The First National Bank building downtown and its neighbor are being converted into 154 apartments as part of a $30 million project.
Caroline County wants everyone to know where it stands on the threat of foreclosure to a historic horse farm-turned-state fairground.
River City Sports & Social Club founder Sean Small talks to BizSense about selling the playground to adults, sketching out a playbook for expanding beyond Richmond, and how capture the flag may be the next craze to hit town.
Local document services and logistics firm Bizport usually does the acquiring – but this time it sold off about 25 percent of its business to a Texas company.
The Virginia Press Association is braced for its annual fight with Del. Steve Landes over a bill to free up localities from having to advertise public notices in newspapers.
For the second time in a week, a Richmond-based furniture store announced it will close a store.
RBS chats with Mark Grossman, who after five years running soccer leagues and other sports under the domed roof of a bubble, plans to spend big money to expand and build a third field with a more permanent structure at SCOR. And naming rights are available.
There’s something fishy going on at the corner of Laburnum Avenue and Williamsburg Road.
Richmonders were treated to all sorts of big, strange and juicy stories in 2011. Here’s a fun review of the biggest stories of 2011.
It was the kind of opportunity economic-development types dream about: the chance to bag Amazon.