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Shaka Smart house, Goochland estate taken off market

Shaka Smart house, Goochland estate taken off market

Jonathan Spiers December 1, 2015 0

The former VCU basketball coach's property in the Fan, listed for nearly $1.5 million earlier this year, has been taken off the market, along with a 45-acre equestrian property that had already cut its

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Dominion picks veterans program for PGA tour proceeds

Dominion picks veterans program for PGA tour proceeds

Michael Schwartz December 1, 2015 0

A newly announced PGA golf tournament to be hosted at Country Club of Virginia the next four years will be handing over proceeds to a state organization that helps veterans find jobs.

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Walgreens filling vacant downtown storefront

Walgreens filling vacant downtown storefront

Katie Demeria November 30, 2015 1

The retailer's smaller pharmacy concept is filling in a gap on Broad Street across from the Central National Bank project, and with the lease in hand, the building's owners have put the property on

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Longtime chef branching out with new Chester eatery

Longtime chef branching out with new Chester eatery

Michael Thompson November 30, 2015 0

The former owner of a local sports bar and a general contractor are teaming up on a new causal restaurant venture on Iron Bridge Road.

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Shopping center back on auction block

Shopping center back on auction block

Michael Schwartz November 27, 2015 0

A Chesterfield shopping center owned by a Virginia Beach developer has a new date with the auctioneer after a September foreclosure auction was canceled.

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Carytown restaurant skipping over to the Fan

Carytown restaurant skipping over to the Fan

Michael Thompson November 25, 2015 2

A restaurant and wine bar is giving up its Carytown real estate to take over a larger space in the Fan that lost its longtime tenant earlier this year

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Petersburg museum closed for building overhaul

Petersburg museum closed for building overhaul

Katie Demeria November 25, 2015 0

A 176-year-old museum building dedicated to the Civil War siege of Petersburg is finally getting a $1 million upgrade, and the museum will likely be shut down for more than a year

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Credit union planting another flag in Chester

Credit union planting another flag in Chester

Michael Schwartz November 24, 2015 0

Just a month after opening a new branch in Chesterfield, a quickly expanding credit union is working on its next location and scouting out more space on Midlothian Turnpike

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True Health’s tests draw patent lawsuit

True Health’s tests draw patent lawsuit

Katie Demeria November 24, 2015 0

The company that bought HDL out of bankruptcy is now facing its own legal troubles: An Ohio competitor, which had a testing deal with HDL, is claiming patent infringement and demanding True Health to

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Barbecue back on the menu near VCU

Barbecue back on the menu near VCU

Michael Thompson November 24, 2015 1

A restaurant space amidst national chains is again being filled by a local restaurateur, who thinks his West End barbecue eatery can handle the heat.

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