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Kroger in, Martin’s out for Monument Ave. 10k sponsorship

Kroger in, Martin’s out for Monument Ave. 10k sponsorship

Michael Schwartz November 29, 2016 0

A taste of Richmond's grocery wars has spilled over into the area's biggest running race

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Builder loses lots to foreclosure; lawsuits still loom

Builder loses lots to foreclosure; lawsuits still loom

Jonathan Spiers November 28, 2016 0

A local builder facing lawsuits for multiple stalled and foreclosed houses in a western Henrico neighborhood says the properties are being picked up and will be finished by other builders

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Diradour expands his holdings

Diradour expands his holdings

Michael Schwartz November 28, 2016 3

Reinvesting nearly $2 million from the sale of a commercial property 1,300 miles away from home, the local landlord, developer and political hopeful has added to his Richmond real estate portfolio

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Church Hill retail scene gets a new neighbor

Church Hill retail scene gets a new neighbor

Jonathan Spiers November 28, 2016 4

"People love Church Hill for the restaurants and the parks and the community, and we really wanted to open a space that would add to that," said co-owner Kristy Santelli Cotter

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New startup capitalizes on Virginia Capital Trail

New startup capitalizes on Virginia Capital Trail

Sarah Schuster November 25, 2016 1

With a fleet of 16 Priority bicycles, the startup guides bikers up and down the trail, visiting historical sights and local hotspots

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Homegrown chicken chain takes the party southward

Homegrown chicken chain takes the party southward

J. Elias O'Neal November 23, 2016 3

"Even when we were riding around in the Chicken Fiesta van scoping out spots, people would come up and ask if we were about to open a restaurant in the area," general manager Shana

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2nd shareholder suit filed over $2.7B Genworth deal

2nd shareholder suit filed over $2.7B Genworth deal

Michael Schwartz November 23, 2016 0

The class action bug has hit Henrico-based insurance giant Genworth Financial for the second time this month, as yet another shareholder has sued to try to block the company's pending acquisition

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Builders hungry for more senior housing

Builders hungry for more senior housing

Jonathan Spiers November 22, 2016 1

The 55-and-up housing market is keeping local builders busy, with one firm making its first appearance in western Henrico and another reaching as far north as Fredericksburg for its latest project

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Former U.S. Soccer star to open training facility near Willow Lawn

Former U.S. Soccer star to open training facility near Willow Lawn

Mike Platania November 22, 2016 1

Oguchi Onyewu made his name as one of the most imposing defenders to ever play for the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team, and now after his retirement in 2014, he's trying to tackle the

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Rider Boot Co. opens in Jackson Ward

Rider Boot Co. opens in Jackson Ward

J. Elias O'Neal November 22, 2016 2

Adding to what is quickly becoming a downtown fashion district, the boot and shoe shop made its brick-and-mortar retail debut last weekend on West Broad Street

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