A Chesterfield County community earns top marks from Southern Living Magazine, the Richmond Symphony brings home major grant money, and more news in retail, philanthropy and craft brews.
Two years after a successful Kickstarter campaign and a pivot to nonprofit status aimed at keeping its doors open, the curtain has closed on the Fan institution.
A longtime player in the county’s fitness scene is under new ownership after passing from one couple to another.
The shop joins Gelati Celesti, which opened in February, as retail tenants in the redeveloped former ARC printing building.
The brewer now occupies all 3,400 square feet of its Summit Avenue building, where it already had a coffee shop and roasting facility.
As it celebrates its one-year anniversary, Petersburg’s first craft brewery is growing westward, and has found a taste for booze of a different sort.
The German grocery chain has added another plot of land to its profile in the Richmond market, as it prepares to open its first wave of U.S. stores.
Nearly a dozen Richmond-area breweries added to their trophy cases, by virtue of the sixth annual Virginia Craft Beer Cup.
A second-generation pediatrician has launched a startup that honors traditions predating his father’s practice.
At long last, Jonathan Harris and his Lynnhaven Academy have found a former school building worthy of calling its permanent home.