After hitting tax credit roadblocks for a historic Scott’s Addition building, two restaurateurs are exploring options for the property and looking at other locations for a new beer company.
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A Scott’s Addition-based company is increasing its presence in the Lone Star State with an acquisition, 18 months after opening an office there.
The nonprofit has broken ground in Northside as it raises $40 million to fund renovations at multiple facilities in the area.
Michael Hyland has turned a part-time passion into a full-time business as he starts to ship writing utensils from his Hanover workshop.
After cooking stints in North Carolina, Europe and New Zealand, Bobby Bland has settled in Richmond to sell specialty kitchen accoutrement.
A clinic serving people with developmental disabilities is set to rise at the former Cloverleaf Mall site.
A local private school is playing musical chairs as its current home is set to be taken over by another institution.
An electronics and IT shop has powered up in Carytown. UpTech opened Feb. 1 at 3455 W. Cary St. It’s the company’s third location, joining spots in Midlothian and Farmville. The 5-year-old company offers electronics repair, IT services and sells refurbished electronics. Owner Marsh Whaling describes it as a jack of all trades for electronics… Read more »
A local company known for making belts for golfers has turned its attention to dressing up the clubs in their bags. J.T. Spencer is adding golf club head covers to its line of products. The company, headquartered at 7921 W. Broad St., specializes in golf belts and is a licensed producer for clothing retailer Peter… Read more »
The healthcare system has continued its streak of absorbing Richmond-area practices, this time bringing 15,000 patients into its fold.