Scores of stranded scooters that have been held in impound since last summer are up for grabs on the Southside.
Sports & Recreation
Operators both large and small are vying for the chance to take the reins of a county-owned golf course in Henrico.
A frontrunner finally has emerged in the race to open two high-tech driving range and entertainment facilities in the Richmond market.
An area golf course has been brought back from the dead, but it’s not fully out of the woods.
The lease would begin Jan. 1, 2020 and run for a minimum of 20 years. The county would retain ownership of the 125-acre property.
“We didn’t want people to feel like it was a fight club. We wanted it to be a place people enjoyed coming, and felt more zen and calm,” said co-owner Dave Kenworthy.
A local fitness studio brand is closing its Church Hill location and heading to the Southside.
Four local entrepreneurs have set sail on their next venture, this time running a boat club out of a marina on the James River.
The owners of a downtown pool hall have opened their newest entertainment concept next door.
Tucked away off the cart path at Independence Golf Club, hidden among the trees, a small construction crew is busy erecting the region’s newest recreational venue.