A 23-year-old jeweler who graduated from JMU has opened her own jewelry shop on the Strawberry Street retail row.
A recently shuttered beer and barbeque joint on East Leigh Street is being filled with a similar concept by new owners.
An accelerated effort to let voters weigh in on the public funding portion of the proposed Navy Hill development was struck down Wednesday by a divided Richmond City Council.
The Richmond region posted its strongest showing in recent years on the Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, with a Mechanicsville firm breaking into the top 10 for the first time.
Jason Miller and Tim Torrez are working to open Crazy Rooster Brewing Co. later this year or early 2020.
A monstrous roundup of filings this week, as quarterly earnings reports pour in from nearly every local public company. Plus, a local bank discloses details on its deal to acquire a peer from the Northern Neck.
A customer seeks a refund of $123,000 and punitive damages from a bank, alleging the bank ignored warning signs of fraud and elder abuse. Two homeowners claim the construction of a gas station at Three Chopt and Parham roads has caused $500,000 in damages to each of their properties.
Less than two weeks after a hastily called announcement that the proposed Navy Hill development was ready for public review, Richmond City Council is set to meet tonight in the second of two last-minute meetings to decide whether to put the $1.5 billion project’s financials to voters in a referendum in November.
An otherwise quiet year for local bank mergers got a small jolt this week.
A local cheese peddler that started out as a pop-up shop is cutting out a more permanent home at a local cidery.