Local architect Rick Peterson’s love of sailing and being on the water has helped chart the course of his life more than once.
Sports & Recreation
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.
The South Carolina-based buyer plans to invest an additional $2 million to restore a dormant New Kent County club.
A new owner has taken the keys to the shuttered local golf club, with plans to pump millions into bringing it back to life.
Six months after it was left idle by its owner, a course is set to be revived by an out-of-town firm that’s looking to add to its established stake in the market.
A new spot for stretches and massages has been let off its leash in the Stratford Hills Shopping Center.
Where Broad Street buses bound for Chinatown once docked, golfers soon will be teeing off.
Management of the course soon could swing over to a third party and be taken out of the hands of the county.
After 20 years in Midlothian, Peak Experiences has opened the doors to its first facility in the city.