Capital Automotive is expanding its business and opening a Jeep dealership.
The credits are rolling for one of Richmond’s last independently owned video rental stores.
Richmond’s biggest and fastest growing frozen yogurt chain has received an investment from Shockoe Slip-based private equity firm.
With 11 frozen yogurt competitors operating 20 locations in the area, grumblings are getting louder about how long the soft serve machines can keep pumping.
The founder of the Wine Cellar is taking a break from retirement in Hawaii to wind down a Richmond business that went sour.
After in 44 years on Cutshaw Ave. in Richmond, a retailer is betting a new location will win some new business.
Rowlett’s Bicycles is shutting down its store after 95 years.
Charlottesville-based Blue Ridge Mountain Sports is closing its location on West Broad Street outlet store at the end of the month.
A local makeup boutique will move this year from Patterson Avenue to a bigger space in the Shops at Libbie and Grove.
Martin’s grocery store will face new competition this year for customers who are still loyal to Ukrop’s baked goods and prepared foods.