As the Richmond Flying Squirrels prepare for opening day and the Virginia ABC grows closer to moving its headquarters to Hanover County, VCU appears to have shown at least part of the hand it is playing in the bid for a new baseball stadium in the city.
Sports & Recreation
After letting its customers race around the inside of a Henrico warehouse for nearly 17 years, a local indoor karting track is moving its operations outdoors – and parking even closer to the big leagues.
The future of a county-owned golf course in Henrico will be further explored this spring, with the public being given a chance to voice opinions on what’s to become of the 124-acre property.
A March Madness breakdown of the business side of VCU Athletics since its bracket-busting run to the Final Four in 2011.
Rage RVA, a venue that allows customers to select their tools of choice and partake in recreational destruction of inanimate objects, opened in the Shockoe Commerce Center in Upper Shockoe Valley.
The group behind the reopening of Colonial Downs in New Kent County is entering the homestretch of its push to bring horse racing back to the track.
Five years after purchasing one marina on the James, the owner of Richmond Yacht Basin has acquired a neighboring harbor just upriver, in a move that has prompted a lawsuit from previous operators who claim they were supposed to have first dibs.
A West End spin studio has spun to a stop.
The Libbie Mill-Midtown development has landed another commercial tenant, this time with a local realtor’s fitness franchise signing on.
Tucked on the back side of a recently redeveloped former Chinatown bus depot near Scott’s Addition, the newest entrant in the competitive local golf scene is up and running.