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Breaking Ground: Local building permits for 2.21.18

Henrico County reports a $4 million elementary school upgrade, Southside has a new apartment building, and Hanover County welcomes more new townhouses in this week’s list.

The Herd: New hires and promotions for 2.20.18

A nonprofit gets a new executive director and two attorneys become managing directors of their firm, as well as new faces in engineering, banking and investments in this week’s list.

Foreclosures: 2.20.18

A $500,000 property in Henrico County appears on the list for the second time this year, and Southside has the next two highest-priced homes on the block.

New Business Licenses: 2.16.18

This week Henrico County reports several shows at the raceway, including a kennel club and ham radio shows, and Southside has licenses for a stitchery and animal health businesses.

The Docket: Local court roundup for 2.15.18

A guest at a Jamaica hotel says she was sexually assaulted by a resort bartender and claims $25 million in damages, and a patient claims substandard care by a dentist in this week’s filings.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 2.15.18

A local bank hires its first-ever Hampton Roads market head, a CFO announces plans to retire, and Markel’s chief sells a few hundred shares in this week’s roundup.

The R&D Dept.: Local patents for 2.14.18

This week’s patents include a real-time software assessor, a food shipping container, a vaping device and an ATM skimmer detection tool.

Foreclosures: 2.12.18

This week’s highest priced property is in Hanover County. Two homes within blocks of each other are on the block in Southside. For the complete list, become a BizSense Pro member.