Rick Oeur is jumping headfirst into the swirling frozen yogurt market by bringing a Mechanicsville-based store to Richmond.
22 acres in Powhatan, a row house in the heart of the Fan and an upscale house in Goochland.
A two-year old Richmond bank is the first of its local peers to tap into a government small-business lending program.
Lamplighter Roasting Company took over a derelict gas station in the Fan and transformed it into a neighborhood hot spot. Now the owners of the coffee shop are looking to recreate the magic.
All Fired Up, a paint-your-own-ceramics studio, is opening its third location.
A new nightclub, a ton of new restaurants including a Moroccan Grill, and a bar called Brass Monkeys Bar.
C&F Bank sold an office building on Staples Mill Rd. and Enviva leased 44,000 sf in Ashland.
Pennsylvania-based Yapple Yogurt, a nascent self-serve frozen yogurt business, will open its first Virginia location in Carytown — right next door to booming yogurt chain Sweet Frog.
A Richmond law firm has been dragged into a local doctor’s three-year battle over a soured investment in Appalachian coalmines.
There are two new CFOs in town, plus a struggling local video game maker delists itself from public markets and a local chemical company scores a huge legal settlement.