Richmond’s marathon has a new name, a new corporate sponsor and a new finish line.
Two local developers want to mine a profit from the headquarters of a former Richmond coal giant.
David Dorsey, who started the Seven Hills School on Overbrook Road in 2001, sent a letter Monday to students and parents saying that he is leaving immediately.
The area’s biggest bank is closing four of its Virginia branches, including one in Richmond.
One of Richmond’s biggest home developers thinks 2012 is the year to start building again, and he’s planning on putting millions behind his hunch.
Richmond’s small businesses could be getting a little more spending money if Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) can get his way.
Forty-four more apartments are planned for the Manchester section of Richmond, the latest project in a flurry of activity there.
Redeveloping the land won’t be easy, especially if Wayne Acors and the Caroline County Board of Supervisors have anything to say about it.
A victim of a poorly timed stock sale that locked in enormous losses, the State Fair of Virginia is no more. Its 360-acre fairgrounds in Caroline County will be auctioned off.
Two local companies are getting more aggressive in their attempts to recover money SportsQuest owes them, and SportsQuest founder Steve Burton says he’s working hard to find the money to pay contractors.