Two siblings have handed the keys to their West End boutique to a mother-and-daughter duo.
Sports & Recreation
Henrico County’s goal of making the community “drown-proof” is 10 golden shovels’ worth of dirt closer to being met.
A local insurance startup aimed at outdoor enthusiasts is gradually making its way east as it plans a launch in its home state.
The new owners of Richmond’s professional soccer club are looking to net seven figures in new cash as their regime begins.
After parting ways with the outdoors recreation startup he co-founded, Aaron Bumgarner is kicking off his next outdoors-focused venture with a 1,400-acre land deal in Powhatan County.
A local climbing gym is continuing to go vertical as it adds more climbing terrain to its location in Henrico County.
“Stony Point is working to get more lifestyle activities and less retail in there, to be a destination where people come to do things,” said Marybeth Grinnan, co-owner, SoulShine Studios.
A Canada-based company has scrapped its plans to open an axe-throwing bar on the edge of the Fan, though a similar concept from Washington, D.C. says it has found space for its entrance into Richmond in Scott’s Addition.
Under new ownership and after more than $2 million in repairs and upgrades, a New Kent County club once left for dead is back in business.
A former Blockbuster Video storefront in Midlothian is full of new life.