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Breaking Ground: Building Permit Roundup for 5.3.11

Lots of interesting projects: An historic rebab/conversion project in Hull Street, a store renovation on Cary Street and new bleachers at the track at Trinity Episcopal school. Plus an upgrade to a Henrico Kroger and a $10 million renovation at Brookland Middle School.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 5.3.11

A former CEO of a computer software company claims he was unjustly fired, and two kennel clubs are feuding over a name. Plus lots of slip and falls, including a plaintiff who fell off a Segway.

Business Licenses 4.28.11

Firehouse Subs is adding a location on Brook Road and a new restaurant is going in on Lauderdale Drive. Plus new contractors, gyms and other small businesses.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 4.26.11

Tons of cases this week as construction-related companies try to collect. Plus a man is suing a company that provides birthday party amusements for injuries allegedly sustained while riding on a Slip-N-Slide.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 4.19.11

A Paintball business claims a competing business opened up after it signed a non-disclosure agreement. The SPCA is suing a law firm for $1.5 million. And a bank wants a special receiver appointed for Meadow Creek Apartments. Plus collections efforts from businesses including an architecture firm.

The R&D Dept.: Local Patents for 4.13.11

Some interesting patents this week including a new invention for local startup Intelliject, a flower stem wrapper and genetic soybean research. And just in time for margarita season, a new blender design from the brains at Hamilton Beach in Glen Allen.