Not even health care is totally safe from the economic disruptions of the coronavirus pandemic, as Richmond-area urgent care providers juggle the regular business of urgent care with operation of COVID-19 testing centers.
With the governor’s blessing, at least a few Richmond-area malls will take the plunge and reopen Friday. But it won’t be business as usual.
From the Byrd Theater to the Richmond Symphony, even in a time of pandemic, the show must go on.
While the big players like Carvana and CarMax are bringing vehicle home delivery into prominence, locally based Sweetie Boy Delivers wants to bring that type of service to other auto dealers nationwide.
A small, 2-year-old Montessori school is trading Northern Henrico for Lakeside in a bid to get closer to its target student demographic.
“It’s still a 1956 Oldsmobile. Sometimes you have to just buy a new car.”
There’s a new startup accelerator in town, one hoping to carve out its niche in the energy sectors and on the hunt for its inaugural class of participants.
While the department store was one of Short Pump Town Center’s original anchors, mall developer Tommy Pruitt says the ownership group sees opportunity in reusing the 120,000-square-foot space.
Some local magazines are on the hunt for a new printing press after a Lakeside print shop announced this week it would close and lay off its 184 employees.
A long-running Southside farmers market is moving across the river to a new location.