If you’re reading this, it is almost too late for you. Valentine’s Day has hidden itself behind weeks of heavy snowfall and will make a seemingly surprise appearance this Sunday. For last-minute romantics, here is a sample of what Richmond restaurants are offering. For many restaurants, this weekend will mean business as usual, only more… Read more »
This story originally appeared in the Chesterfield Observer Chesterfield County government will have about 10 percent fewer job positions this coming July, compared with the same time a year before. That represents 200 fewer full-time employees and vacant positions and 120 part-time employees and vacant positions. The recession has sapped tax revenue from county budgets…. Read more »
Giant Food stores has begun applying for licenses.
Builder Matt Ferguson survived the housing crisis by starting a new company that installs sliding shelves inside cabinets.
The locally-based chain of used car dealerships ran four 15-second advertisements during the Super Bowl on CBS. And they got a good deal on it too.
The former head of Circuit City finds a new job, so does a former official from the Kaine administration.
Ed Grier will replace Michael Sensnowitz, who stepped down in July. Grier has been working at Disneyland.
The number of properties going to pubic auction decreased dramatically since last week, while the number of bank owned properties saw a sharp increase. Of note this week, a $400,000 house near Riverside Drive.
Each time Steve Burton talks about SportsQuest, his plan sounds more ambitious. But as Burton’s enthusiasm and concept have grown, so have the project’s price tag and the skepticism of the local business community.
Plaza Bowl has the scent of every other bowling alley: sanitizer and snack food. Jim Szilagyi moved to Richmond for that smell. Well, that plus duckpin bowling.