2015 Generous Virginians Project
Letter to the Editor
Former CIA disguise master uses expertise for handcrafted prosthetics
Former CIA disguise master, Robert Barron, uses expertise for handcrafted prosthetics.
Alexandria has picked a location for a multimillion-dollar station that will serve the city’s Potomac Yard neighborhood.
Many sectors, including apartments, medical office and trophy office towers, are drawing buyers
Richmond-based IT consulting company, Impact Makers, has given away its ownership to two charities.
Disturbing events haven’t hurt local economy
Disturbing events in Charlottesville haven’t hurt the local economy.
Focused Ultrasound Foundation raising money to speed adoption of medical technology
U.Va. seeks ways to raise revenue and cut costs
Pharrell Williams’ nonprofit shows that learning can be fun
Donations are a big factor in dispute over closing women’s college
Donations are a big factor in dispute over closing women’s college.
Election-year politics, economy result in cooperative General Assembly session