A court case has cleared some of the air around a briefly shuttered and recently revived Ashland shooting gallery.
The local car consignment company looked to private equity money in the Motor City to shift its expansion plans into overdrive.
It would be the second national retailer this year to look to Richmond’s bankruptcy court – and its law firms – as a refuge in a turbulent time for parts of the industry.
A Scott’s Addition-based online farmers’ market delivery service has acquired one of the first companies in the Richmond area to offer home delivery of farm products.
As a longtime Cary Street retailer puts the icing on a nearly 40-year run in business, a neighboring bakery is filling some of its real estate.
The Arts District’s streak of luring secondhand stores continues with a pair of new tenants near West Broad Street.
Two friends-turned-business partners opened their first dedicated storefront after months of selling flavored popcorn at farmers’ markets and the Bizarre Bazaar.
A new owner wants to restore the property, which has sat empty since the jeweler closed last year after nearly 130 years in Richmond and more than 50 years on East Broad Street.
The California-based electric carmaker has opened its new company-owned store on West Broad Street, in the face of a still-unfinished fight with the Virginia Automobile Dealers Association.
The short-lived Blue Ridge Arsenal has reopened under a different name, with the property’s landlords now running the show.