On May 31st, Rush Homes' board, staff, tenants, funders, and friends gathered together for the ceremonial groundbreaking for our newest development, Old Forest Village. This development, located at the end…
Original article by Elizabeth Tyree & Valencia Jones at WSET A Lynchburg organization is on the governor's list to get money to create more affordable housing in Virginia, more specifically…
Original article appeared in Community Outreach from the Virginia Housing Development Authority Born with an intellectual disability, Jimmy Rush lived at home with his loving parents for 22 years. Unfortunately,…
Original article by Brad Stanhope, Assignment Editor A school that was built for African-American students in Virginia in the early 1950s to delay integration has found new life as affordable…
Original article by Sherese Gore for The News & Advance When she lived in a previous apartment, Debra Mack had to call an ambulance four or five times because of…
Original article by Ashlie Walter in The News & Advance Rush Homes is planning to build another apartment complex in the Lynchburg area for people with disabilities. This one, called…
Original article by Justin Falconer at The News and Advance On the second floor of the former Armstrong Elementary School, a chalkboard remains on the wall of a classroom-turned-apartment waiting…
Original article by Alecia Petska at The News & Advance Little paper snowflakes still dot a display case at the long-empty Armstrong Elementary School, but their crisp white tendrils are…