A longtime Chesterfield developer is laying the groundwork for a mixed-use project that would include up to 400 apartments and about 200,000 square feet of retail next to the new Amazon distribution center.
The second location of Taboo will be twice as big as the original store on West Broad Street.
A Glen Allen bank has gotten a monkey off its back, becoming the first local financial institution to work its way out of a written agreement with regulators.
Almost 300,000 square feet of downtown Petersburg might soon be getting a makeover.
The new owners of a popular Richmond horse-racing event have taken their beef with a local track to federal court.
A teacup poodle’s unusual choice for a chew toy provides the inspiration for a Midlothian-based company.
Richard Masters and Travis Bacile are accusing Tony Hawkins of funneling company profits into another restaurant to keep it afloat.
The cabinetmaker, which has stores in Short Pump and Midlothian, had been searching for a buyer or investor.
Kevin McGrath and Steve Rogge always said they’d open a restaurant together. That day has arrived.
An Oklahoma native is investing millions in Shockoe Bottom and plans to build 40 apartments there next year.