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.
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.
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.
Technical patents awarded locally this week to Afton Chemical, Dupont, Honeywell and others.
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.
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.
A new Deli in Henrico County and a new veterinarian.
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.
A plaintiff is asking the court to declare it is not obligated to provide working capital and debt financing for a firm it believes should be wound down due to insolvency. Plots lots of collection efforts. And a plaintiff claims she slipped while getting ice cream in Carytown.
A $5 million apartment conversion project in Shockoe Bottom is in the works. Plus Bon Secours is upgrading the emergency department at St. Mary’s with $7 million in improvements. And new projects in Chesterfield and Hanover.