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S.C. developer buys into Chesterfield

S.C. developer buys into Chesterfield

Jonathan Spiers January 20, 2017 0

A Spartansburg-based developer with a track record of big local projects plans to build on the 3.9-acre parcel, which it bought for $2 million

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Bike courier rolls out local delivery platform

Bike courier rolls out local delivery platform

Mike Platania January 20, 2017 0

In response to the emergence of national food-ordering apps like GrubHub and OrderUp in Richmond, a local delivery service is ramping up with an online venture of its own

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Downtown finance firm wants widow’s lawsuit tossed

Downtown finance firm wants widow’s lawsuit tossed

Michael Schwartz January 19, 2017 0

A local investment firm says it should be cut loose as a defendant in a lawsuit filed against one of its former partners who is accused by a Richmond widow of pillaging her family's

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New BBQ joint in the works for Staples Mill area

New BBQ joint in the works for Staples Mill area

J. Elias O'Neal January 19, 2017 1

After a couple years on the open road, a pair of local food truck operators is firing up their first brick-and-mortar location

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Megachurch hoping to get in on Scott’s Addition

Megachurch hoping to get in on Scott’s Addition

Jonathan Spiers January 19, 2017 5

As the fast-transitioning neighborhood continues to lure young professionals, a Goochland-based church is likewise looking at the area to better reach that demographic

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Florida tavern taps into Short Pump

Florida tavern taps into Short Pump

J. Elias O'Neal January 19, 2017 0

A national chain of beer taverns is taking over a recently shuttered Short Pump restaurant space

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Updated: Downtown taco shop closes

Updated: Downtown taco shop closes

J. Elias O'Neal January 18, 2017 0

A Broad Street taco shop has folded after seven months of business, but its owner is vowing to bring a new concept to the location

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Midlothian project gets thumbs down from commission

Midlothian project gets thumbs down from commission

Jonathan Spiers January 18, 2017 1

Nearly two years after the project was first proposed, a mixed-use development planned along Midlothian Turnpike has failed to find the support of the Chesterfield County Planning Commission

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Henrico FCU, cookie factory credit union seal merger

Henrico FCU, cookie factory credit union seal merger

Michael Schwartz January 18, 2017 0

The trend of consolidation among financial institutions continues in Richmond, as a pair of local credit unions combined earlier this month

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Va. distilleries vie for looser sales restrictions

Va. distilleries vie for looser sales restrictions

Mike Platania January 18, 2017 0

Makers of whiskey, vodka and other liquors from around the state are making a political push in Richmond to level the playing field with beer- and wine-selling peers

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