One customer of a Richmond-based manufacturer and retailer found the product after getting pulled by a state trooper while riding with her dog on the Jersey Turnpike. She got a ticket for having a passenger without a helmet.
C&F Mortgage Corporation leased 3,388 while Anytime Fitness leased 4,200 sf of space at the Courthouse Place Shopping Center.
A local bank brand known for its African American heritage is getting a name change. And it’s a clever move by the bank’s out-of-state owners to help clean up a regulatory impediment.
An NFL Hall of Famer is the latest to emerge claiming he is owed money by troubled developer Justin French.
A slimmer Trading Day this week, with moves at an up-start bank. Plus Dominion is selling bonds that pay only 2.25 percent.
A local restaurant bought its independence yesterday and avoided becoming a victim of Justin French’s legal and financial problems. After shedding a few tears of joy, the owners poured champagne for themselves.
A slim Herd before Labor Day. But moves in marketing, law and higher education.
It didn’t take a local ophthalmologist long to start second-guessing his $800,000 investment in a fledgling Appalachian coal mining operation. And now he has filed a lawsuit to try and recover his money.
College football is almost recession-proof, especially when you win.
A hotel in Ashland is in foreclosure. Plus the regular run-down of properties from around Richmond.