A new cycling shop and new restaurants around town this week. And the interesting new business names of the week: Smiling Racoon and 4th and Long Foundation.
A packed docket this week: a local bank wants a receiver appointed for a new Henrico hotel, claiming it hasn’t been paid millions that it lent. Plus a dispute between a chef and Bookbinder’s restaurant. And an unusual lease squabble involving a tenant who claims she was shot by another tenant, and then not allowed to break her lease, even though she’d been shot by a tenant the leasing company allowed in the building. And a bank has a confessed judgement against SportsQuest for $300,000.
A diverse group this week with new gyms/fitness companies, jewelry stores and architects..
More construction-related suits and judgements. Plus an injury-related lawsuit from the moon bounce at Hadad’s Lake plus a suit related to an alleged poaching of customers.
A local man is trying to patent his own toothbrush design. An inventor in Manakin-Sabot has patented a new method for curing tobacco. And another local named his invention after himself.
A new coffee shop coming in Midlothian, a pet sitter called Mary Pawpins, and something called Kung Fu Theater.
More SportsQuest lawsuits. Plus a construction/development company is getting sued by three other vendors related to a projects on Hull Street. Plus a college basketball coach claims his former employer defamed him when it fired him.
Funny new business name of the week: Duct Tape Love, a new retailer in Glen Allen.
Patents this week for MeadWestvaco, Philip Morris, La-Z-Boy and others. Plus a local man filed an initial patent for his own shoe design.
Two new law firms this week, and a new restaurant called Winston’s Backyard Grill. Intriguing new business name of the week: Shanks Inc.