Supervisors in Chesterfield and Goochland counties signed off on fiscal year 2021 budgets this week that were scaled back from previous proposals due to coronavirus disruptions.
While the ground is uneven, and there’s likely a rocky road still ahead, a panel of speakers representing the local retail sector struck an optimistic tone on Wednesday.
A Richmond nonprofit that advocates for energy-efficient buildings will be able to expand its services with the acquisition of a local peer.
Looking to expand on its capabilities, a downtown-based medical research firm has just received an eight-figure shot in the arm.
A former Ruby Tuesday property in Henrico County will be the future home of a generator retailer franchise, the first Virginia outpost of what will be a statewide expansion for the company.
Two proposed developments that would add a total of about 77,000 square feet in new retail, restaurant and office space in Hanover County are working their way through the planning approval process.
One of the few national retail chains based in the Richmond area has thought up a few new strategies in response to the coronavirus, which has disrupted its plans to expand its footprint with new stores this year.
In search of new revenue after being forced to cut more than half its staff shortly after a post-merger ramp-up, Richmond-based XII Brands is looking to try scrubs on for size.
Charred got burned by the virus downturn, but owners Walied Sanie and James Baldwin are staying on their toes to keep the month-old restaurant alive.
Locally based used car giant CarMax continues to respond to the coronavirus downturn.