Shoppers lined up as early as 4:15 a.m. Thursday morning for a glimpse at the newest supermarket in town.
A $5 million, 24-lane gun range that opened last November in the Winding Brook development has holstered its weapons.
Where Richmonders used to walk out of a Fan-area space with jarred octopus tentacles and goat skulls, now they can walk out with a fresh hairdo.
The Maggie Lena Walker statue wasn’t the only new thing unveiled in Jackson Ward last Saturday. Civilization Tattoo opened last week at 319 N. Adams St., on the same block as the new memorial to the neighborhood’s famous trailblazer. Co-owners Adam Marton and Wesley Cavendish opened the tattoo parlor after years working at River City Tattoo,… Read more »
Armed with its legion of “shoppers,” a Silicon Valley company wants its piece of the competitive local grocery market.
One of the pioneers of a Westover Hills retail strip has closed after more than 40 years in business.
A month after filing Chapter 11 in Richmond, a San Francisco-based children’s clothing vendor is reducing its store count in the area.
After sales wilted at another one of its locations, a local flower retailer has closed and sold an outpost in Chesterfield.
With the new grocery anchor on its way in, a home goods and consignment shop is moving from the Richmond Shopping Center to Belmont Avenue.
As it continues its land grab in the area, the German grocery chain has revealed when its initial wave of local supermarkets will open their doors.