Stories and charts explore the power of philanthropy in the commonwealth
McGlothlins’ gifts have been crucial in causes large and small
Interview with James and Frances McGlothlin.
Feedback & Followups – June 2014
After 35 years of debate, the western bypass plan for U.S. 29 is dead
Debate over the construction of a western bypass for heavily congested U.S. 29 has finally been resolved.
Digital forensics proves ‘delete’ is not permanent
Because just about every aspect of life moves onto computers and smartphones, digital crime scenes are on the rise.
A new master plan could double development at one of the earliest live-work-play centers
The Harrison Apartments, a 360-unit project with two 14-story towers rising in Reston, is a good example of the kind of development coming to Reston.
Stihl Inc. has grown from 50 employees to more than 1,900 workers in 40 years
Stihl Inc. has grown from 50 employees to more than 1,900 workers in 40 years.
Charlottesville area has rebounded from recession
Charlottesville’s economic heart is hardy.
Hampton Roads Community Foundation tackles economic issues
The Hampton Roads Community Foundation (HRCF) has awarded more than $164 million in grants and scholarships to improve the lives of the region’s residents.
Civil War museums combine in a common cause
The American Civil War Center and the Museum of the Confederacy are merging.
P. Buckley Moss gives $10 million to Virginia Tech for arts center
P. Buckley Moss gives $10 million to Virginia Tech for arts center.
Windy Hill Foundation expands its reach in forming development company
The Windy Hill Foundation made a big decision to create affordable, green housing.
Capital campaign allows Chrysler Museum to renovate and expand
Capital campaign allows Chrysler Museum to renovate and expand.