News

Seafood staple kicks the bucket

A 70-year-old joint that made headlines in 2011 for a a bizarre crime and then reopened under new ownership has closed.

A windfall could ride into town

When Richmond hosts a world-renowned bike race in 2015, hundreds of thousands of Europeans and cycling fans will descend on the city and pack every hotel room within an hour’s drive — at least if Tim Miller’s projections prove accurate.

The R&D Dept.: Local Patents for 1.18.12

Loads of patents this week including inventions from MeadWestvaco, Afton Chemical and a high-tech defense contractor in Ashland.

Fed board member: More pain ahead for housing

There are still too many foreclosed properties holding down the real estate market, says a longtime Virginia banker and Federal Reserve board member who spoke at the University of Richmond on Monday.

Monday Q&A: Sean Small looks to expand his field of play

River City Sports & Social Club founder Sean Small talks to BizSense about selling the playground to adults, sketching out a playbook for expanding beyond Richmond, and how capture the flag may be the next craze to hit town.

Foreclosures 1.16.12

A $400,000 Fan rowhouse, a commercial building on Hull Street in Chesterfield, and a wide range of homes from across the region.