A decades-old formula for developing successful new retail centers in Richmond has become much more complex.
In the two years since Martin’s took over from Ukrop’s, some Richmond wine sellers have found new meaning in an age-old mandate: Evolve or die.
Builders Supply Company of Petersburg will start shutting down next month.
Lots of small office and retail space getting leased up this week. And believe it or not, yet another frozen yogurt shop.
An out-of-state investor hopes to turn around a distressed Mechanicsville shopping center for which he paid less than half the assessed value.
Martin’s grocery store will face new competition this year for customers who are still loyal to Ukrop’s baked goods and prepared foods.
Amid an anticipated skirmish over the required publication of government notices, another revenue source for the state’s newspaper industry is under attack.
A longtime director of a local bank is leaving his post. Plus another local bank reveals the pay packages given to its top executives.
Lots of collections efforts, especially in construction and real estate. Plus the City of Richmond is going after another alleged tax delinquent restaurant, this time at Stony Point. And tons of medical-related lawsuits, including a claim that a surgeon removed a patient’s stomach thinking it was cancerous when it wasn’t, a patient who claims she had a brain operation on the wrong side of his brain and a customer who claims he got the wrong prescription from Walgreens.
Caroline County wants everyone to know where it stands on the threat of foreclosure to a historic horse farm-turned-state fairground.