One of its biggest and longest-standing local hospital clients of Richmond’s hometown blood supplier has severed their relationship.
Redeveloping the land won’t be easy, especially if Wayne Acors and the Caroline County Board of Supervisors have anything to say about it.
A victim of a poorly timed stock sale that locked in enormous losses, the State Fair of Virginia is no more. Its 360-acre fairgrounds in Caroline County will be auctioned off.
If you want to go the more creative route on Valentine’s, here’s an option that might hit the right note.
Caroline County wants everyone to know where it stands on the threat of foreclosure to a historic horse farm-turned-state fairground.
The Center for Rural Culture, a nonprofit that promotes and educates local farmers, is bringing back the popular Goochland Farmers Market.
ArborOne, a South Carolina lender on tens of millions of dollars of bonds owed by the fair, wants the court to let it keep its right to take action, which could include foreclosing on the 360-acre Caroline County property the fair calls home.
The nonprofit company that operates the fair filed for Chapter 11 after failing to work out a deal with its lenders to restructure the $83 million it borrowed to develop its new fairgrounds in Caroline County.
Life just got a little sweeter for nearly 50 non-profits in the Richmond area.
A local non-profit has joined forces with a large New-Jersey-based organization.