The Community Business Academy is designed for aspiring entrepreneurs with strong ideas or concepts and current Black business owners looking to strengthen their operations. Those accepted will attend weekly in-person sessions that will provide hands-on training and teach business fundamentals.
If you ask anyone who has served some time behind bars, chances are they have experienced some difficulty getting back on their feet. A faith-based organization that specializes in re-entry services and other community-based programs is on a mission to change that with its new location in Richmond.
A Midlothian mother who lost her twin brother to an accidental overdose is on a mission ‘2 End the Stigma’ attached to addiction as Virginia prepares to receive historic funding to combat the opioid crisis.
A first-generation college graduate, who recently completed the physical therapy program at Howard University, has his sights set on bringing his skills back home to Richmond to help underserved communities.
The Richmond Police Department recently welcomed nearly 20 new recruits to its police force, including two central Virginia natives hoping to build more trust between the police department and the community.
On the heels of a tumultuous year rocked by the pandemic and protests against racial injustice, a Richmond mom published a children’s book that uplifts and celebrates diversity in Black and Brown communities.
It is the end of a glorious chapter for a beloved Hanover County bus driver who is retiring after more than a decade on the job. On Monday, the Ash Creek community made sure his last day was one to remember.