A Richmond-based grocer is closing its out-of-state outpost after a six-year run, but is keeping open the prospect of another Richmond location.
A grocery store that earlier this year replaced Martin’s in a Henrico shopping center has gone out of business.
In 2009, Dick Fowlkes and Kate Ackerly opened an envelope that would change the trajectory of their company for the better part of 10 years. After a winding path, untold amounts of lost online revenue and two sets of attorneys, they’ve finally emerged victorious.
A rebrand is in store for a downtown neighborhood market in a move that will give Stella’s owners Johnny and Katrina Giavos a third location for their grocery brand.
A local wine distributor has blended a competitor specializing in artisanal French wine into its book of business
A popular Carytown retailer and wedding planner have upgraded their digs by moving to a bigger space in the West End.
A 2-year-old lawsuit over a North Carolina-based retailer’s short-lived Henrico location has come to an end.
A local online beauty products purveyor has chosen a spot in Jackson Ward for its first physical storefront.
A veteran Carytown retailer is shopping for a buyer for her business while sizing up a new endeavor she hopes to launch elsewhere in the neighborhood.
As its peak season draws to a close, a local ice cream maker has added to its holdings in the city.