After cooking stints in North Carolina, Europe and New Zealand, Bobby Bland has settled in Richmond to sell specialty kitchen accoutrement.
An electronics and IT shop has powered up in Carytown. UpTech opened Feb. 1 at 3455 W. Cary St. It’s the company’s third location, joining spots in Midlothian and Farmville. The 5-year-old company offers electronics repair, IT services and sells refurbished electronics. Owner Marsh Whaling describes it as a jack of all trades for electronics… Read more »
A local company known for making belts for golfers has turned its attention to dressing up the clubs in their bags. J.T. Spencer is adding golf club head covers to its line of products. The company, headquartered at 7921 W. Broad St., specializes in golf belts and is a licensed producer for clothing retailer Peter… Read more »
The Richmond shoe staple is celebrating its 53rd year in business with a retail floor shakeup, while stepping back into online sales.
Jessica Leonard is hoping to take a bite out of the sweets market with a hybrid chocolate bar/box of chocolates.
It’s the latest retail departure from a former Martin’s-anchored shopping center that’s being eyed for a new Publix store.
The former longtime downtown deli and food market has reopened on Westwood Avenue, sans sandwiches.
A century-old Shockoe building that once housed firehoses and axes soon will be serving up espresso and pastries.
A former big box store site is giving way to new construction that’s set to add several retailers to a Chesterfield County shopping center.
The store is tied to a still-operational local nonprofit supporting youth in public housing through its mountain biking team.