Another executive with the City of Petersburg announces his resignation. Greater Richmond Partnership names a new president and chief executive officer. Two new partners in a financial firm. New faces in law, real estate, technology and more.
Chesterfield unveils a draft plan for guiding development in Midlothian, construction starts on a county cricket field and wraps on the city’s 911 Training Center, and events start this week to officially rename Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
More than $6 million worth of properties on the auction block. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
This week a $20 million apartment complex sale in Richmond leads the list. Several parcels on Iron Bridge Road in Chesterfield change hands. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
This week Chesterfield County reports a CBD store. Henrico County has a license for another Publix. For the entire list of new businesses, become a BizSense Pro member.
A $3 million sale in Manchester in the city of Richmond heads the list of purchases this week.
A law firm claims $3 million in damages for what it calls breach of contract, conversion and unjust enrichment by an employee. A subcontractor says it hasn’t been paid $222,000 for night work performed on the GRTC Pulse project. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.
This week’s patents include a treatment for carbon monoxide and another treatment for cyanide poisoning, a method for forming superconductors, and a healthcare beacon device.
The longtime CEO of Call FCU has announced his retirement and a new president has been named. New faces in law, nonprofits, engineering and more.
The state police department re-engages a former collaborator for a pair of awareness campaigns, a regional economic development group gets a local media-planning assist, and a Richmond jewelry store enlists an area firm for its latest ad campaign.