The Fund to Move the Monuments has formally ended its fundraising efforts, which were to help cover what Mayor Levar Stoney’s administration spent to remove the divisive city-owned monuments this summer.
An examiner recommended upholding the disputed approval of VACU’s application to offer membership to the 10,000-member Medical Society of Virginia.
The rankings of the region’s fastest-growing companies have been released and here’s a look at what’s fueled the growth of the top 5.
The City Council considers a condo project in Carver and changes to a business zoning district, condos near Twin Hickory face a vote in Henrico, and Hanover planners face a full agenda this week.
“It’s a lot of pressure to live up to everyone else’s expectations from the family business but I’m confident in myself,” said Lorna Bedford.
A $4.2 million purchase of an apartment complex in Richmond was the week’s top sale. Junk King’s 4,800-square-foot lease in Goochland was the week’s top lease.
A Richmond law firm starts a consultancy. Chesterfield reports a cryptocurrency transfer firm. A golf shop is on the list for Henrico. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Apartments in Henrico sell for $35 million. A Chesterfield industrial property goes for $21 million. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
The West End mall is trying to bounce back with family-friendly attractions in former Macy’s buildings.
The coffee giant is under contract to buy the old Arby’s building for a drive-thru location.