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.
A ridiculous number of new businesses this week including a new general store in Glen Allen, several new restaurants, and you guessed it, another frozen yogurt shop.
The Greater Richmond Transit Co. is suing a contractor for what it claims is shoddy construction on the concrete at its new bus facility. Meanwhile a Richmond restaurant is claiming that construction at VCU disturbed customers and ruined business. Plus efforts to stop foreclosures and a few slip and falls, including a woman who said she fell in a hole in the median while trying to cross a street.
A ton of new businesses this week. There’s a new bookshop in the city, a new restaurant called Steak Out in Chesterfield, lots of contractors and more.
A busy Docket this week including suits filed against the RRHA, a local concrete company files three suits against the same contractor, and a well-known developer is suing Henrico County over valuable land on W. Broad Street.
Patents this week from Genworth, Philip Morris and a Shockoe Slip-based drug device maker.
Tons of new businesses this week including a new burger joint and a business called RVApong.
Lots of squabbling over foreclosures. And a pair of former workers are suing their old company, claiming they were fired for refusing to break the law. Plus a woman claims she was injured walking into a bank – the door allegedly came off its hinges.
Lots of beautiful homes in the Fan including a $700,000 one on Monument. Plus the socialites Fergusons sold their house on Three Chopt.