A Richmond-based grocer is closing its out-of-state outpost after a six-year run, but is keeping open the prospect of another Richmond location.
Four months after he was sued in a civil case by the Securities and Exchange Commission for allegedly bilking 60 investors out of nearly $5 million, a local investment adviser now has the feds coming after him for criminal charges.
An oblong tract of land that sits between Interstate 95 and The Diamond has found a suitor after five years on the market.
Two big-name departures announced in the last week, as the CFO of Dominion and dean of the UR business school are stepping down. Plus a new practice leader at Keiter and new faces in law, real estate, education and more.
A whipping of wind and rain from the outer bands of Hurricane Michael didn’t deter some of Richmond’s fastest-growing companies from celebrating their success last week.
With city zoning in and around Scott’s Addition recently updated to accommodate denser development, Richmond planners now are shifting their attention to another district along the bus rapid transit corridor that’s largely driving the changes.
A grocery store that earlier this year replaced Martin’s in a Henrico shopping center has gone out of business.
A local bank is expanding its branch presence in Charlottesville beyond the city’s Downtown Mall, with a second outpost in the works and a third likely at some point.
A program within Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Education is armed with a fresh pool of cash to churn out more teachers in hard-to-staff schools.
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