All aboard a new business called the Lunchboat. Plus a new crepe shop in Carytown and something called The Domino Affect.
A restaurant is in a dispute with its landlord. Plus a partnership at a car dealer fell apart. And a bank is trying to collect on a loan to a furniture business.
Tons of single family homes and some commercial tenant up-fits Plus an addition at RIC and a new Panera in Carytown.
A new bistro on West Main Street in Richmond. Plus a Jaks bagels wholesale merchant on Belt Blvd. And a business called Orson Whales.
New contractors, mechanics a license for the new ACAC at Short Pump. Plus more BBQ.
Lots of healthcare lawsuits this week, including a plaintiff alleging that a surgeon took out the wrong ovary and a woman who claims she got salmonella poisoning from a local Arby’s. Plus two restaurant disputes, including one involving The Wilton Companies trying to collect $50,000 from a restaurant. And a malpractice case against a CPA.
Patents this week for Tredegar, Philip Morris and a man in Chester trying to patent something called the “God First Flag.”
Lots of collections efforts. Plus a shooting victim is suing a local nightclub for failing to prevent the violence and two franchisees unhappy with their lighting franchisor want out of the agreements.
A diverse set of businesses this week including a new custom clothier on Broad Street and a business called Yum Yup Peanut Co.
Two M&A deals gone sour. More fallout from a failed real estate development in Chesterfield with a plaintiff trying to enforce a guarantee. And two subcontractors who are suing to get paid by a general contractor who remodeled a Harley Davidson dealership.