“The last six months have been difficult,” said owner Art Toth, who is retiring, a move prompted by the economic disruptions of the pandemic.
Slowed down a bit but undeterred by the pandemic, a Petersburg-based wine company is accelerating its expansion into big retail stores and ramping up its distribution network.
Two months after an initial night of rioting left numerous downtown businesses vandalized and boarded up for weeks, financial assistance specific to their ordeal, and others since then, appears to be on the way.
Elizabeth Vranas bought the store from James Kinard, who started it nearly 30 years ago.
Where Slurpees and gasoline flow, multimillion-dollar real estate deals seem to follow.
The tribe’s spokesman said the deal is on land that could be a location for a casino and resort, but emphasized they remain flexible in deciding a location.
Like a suburban shopping mall in the 1980s, the Richmond federal courthouse is drawing in big retailers left and right – but for reasons only an attorney could love.
With her beloved bulldog as her inspiration, Nancy Guinn has Dog Krazy on the move again with a second Richmond-area shop.
For Trevor Ferguson, growing produce started as a hobby in his garage. That pastime has blossomed into a new agricultural startup.
The buyer is an entity tied to Larry Page, whose Page Automotive operates the neighboring Audi dealership.