Not dwelling on the odd weather this year that has made the golf course business a tough slog, one local country club is full steam ahead with a round of upgrades to its facilities.
Sports & Recreation
A fitness studio is hopping from one Short Pump shopping center to another.
Bringing an end to what looked like its own endless winter, a local golf course is set to reopen with new greens and a round of other improvements after a run-in with Mother Nature forced it closed for two months of the summer.
An edgy activity that’s become popular in larger cities is headed for the Richmond market. G-Force Karts, a local indoor go-cart racing track in eastern Henrico, will open three axe-throwing lanes in its facility next week. It will be the first local venue to tap into the trend of axe-throwing, which has fueled the rise… Read more »
The owners of a downtown Richmond pool hall are lining up their next shot in a nearby space left vacant for nearly 30 years.
After their former employer closed up shop in Scott’s Addition, two local fitness trainers have headed east to strike out on their own.
A handful of parties have thrown their hats in the ring to potentially take over day-to-day operations of the county-owned Belmont Golf Course in Henrico. The county said last week it received five submissions to a “request for information” it put out in early May, seeking ideas from outside companies to operate and maintain the… Read more »
Local architect Rick Peterson’s love of sailing and being on the water has helped chart the course of his life more than once.
After ditching his sneakers, a local architect-turned-entrepreneur is launching a product he hopes will gain traction in the shoeless running market.
After initially taking things slow, the city is ready to ramp up discussions on replacing the aging arena and redeveloping much of the surrounding acreage.