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.
Lots of real estate disputes: Henrico County wants more than $1 million from a major mixed-use development. Plus a race car driver claims a motorsports company didn’t deliver a car in tip-top shape. And a former hospital worker claims she was fired for missing a day of work after her parents were injured in a car accident.
Million dollar homes in Goochland. Plus a downtown condo in Richmond and lots of homes in Chesterfield.
Licenses this week for a fishing tournament in Chesterfield, a couple new gun shows and a new business called TheCompetitionIsOn.com.
A meaty docket this week: A former resident said a bedbug infestation at a nursing home caused him to get sick and then when the place closed, lose all his stuff. And another contractor has sued SportsQuest for unpaid bills. Plus banks trying to collect on real estate.
Patents this week for a drug device company in Ashland, Capital One, Philip Morris and more.