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Breaking Ground: Local building permits for 9.30.20

A $3.4 million crafts store is going up in Chesterfield. Chesterfield also reports a future Starbucks. Richmond reports apartment permits. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.

The Pitch: Advertising and marketing news for 9.29.20

An industry nonprofit taps a team of Brandcenter students to help promote its annual diversity conference, a downtown animation studio names a new creative director, and a state elections agency and a William & Mary-spawned poll worker recruitment group get new websites.

Foreclosures: 9.28.20

This week’s list includes foreclosures in Richmond, Powhatan, Henrico, Hanover and Chesterfield. Become a BizSense Pro member and get the entire list.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 9.28.20

West Creek is eyed for a 335-unit apartment complex, city-initiated rezonings and a renaming of Jefferson Davis Highway are on the City Council’s agenda, and a downtown nonprofit withdraws its proposal for a Black Lives Matter street mural.

The DeedBook: Local property transfers for 9.25.20

Chesterfield reports the top transfer with a $2 million sale. An office building in Henrico goes for $1.2 million. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.

New Business Licenses: 9.25.20

This week’s licenses include transportation, construction/trades, a virtual assistant and more. Become a BizSense Pro member and get the entire list.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 9.24.20

Two directors stepping down from a local firm’s board, Tom Farrell unloads $4 million worth of Dominion stock and Brink’s closes another piece of an acquisition.

The Docket: Local court roundup for 9.24.20

Shareholders file a derivative action suit against Altria officers and board members over the company’s investment in JUUL, alleging breach of fiduciary duty. BizSense Pro members get full access.