Stuck in bankruptcy for the second time in two years, the national electronics retailer is pulling the plug on the last of its local outposts.
The local men’s suit maker is shelving a lawsuit it filed last month against a former worker, who it claimed stole confidential information and tried selling it to competitors.
The shop on North Vine Street has rooms for acupuncture and massage services, and could open a juice bar in the future.
A women’s clothing store is preparing to pack up its lone local outpost in Stony Point Fashion Park as part of a broader closure of more than 150 locations nationwide.
With work underway on its new $28 million facility in Goochland, a Richmond brewery has added a little extra cushion to its coffers. Hardywood Park Craft Brewery recently completed a $450,000 capital raise, according to an SEC filing on March 15. It was structured as an equity raise and the minimum individual investment was $50,000,… Read more »
Hooked, a shop that sold new and vintage clothing, music, art and other products, has closed and vacated its space on West Cary Street after less than a year.
With a $7 million fundraising goal in sight, a local nonprofit is digging in on a new facility that will house all its services under one roof.
Black Heath Meadery spent two years putting bottles in its customers’ hands and sending them on their way. Now it plans to have customers pull up a chair and stay a while.
Outfitted with flat-screen TVs, couches, a projector and over a dozen video game consoles, a new arcade has opened in a part of town not necessarily known for recreation.
National recognition for two hospital systems and a few signature local brews highlight our most recent roundup.