The potential redevelopment of the Richmond Coliseum has forced one of the aging arena’s current tenants to pump the brakes.
Sports & Recreation
A new fitness studio and spa looking to treat Richmonders’ bodies and minds has opened in the city’s West End.
A group of influential local businessmen may have some competition in their quest to build a new downtown arena and revitalize surrounding acreage.
Armed with boxing gloves and speed bags, a nonprofit focused on the degenerative movement disorder is lacing up in Richmond.
A local cycling studio has completed its uphill trek. Boho Cycle Studio has opened its second location at 2401 E Marshall St. in Church Hill’s Patrick Henry Square, a $4 million development by Josh Bilder and his company Sterling Bilder. The gym is the mixed-use development’s first commercial tenant and held its grand opening over… Read more »
Setting aside the usual ribbon-cutting accessory oversized scissors, a local organization unveiled its newly renovated facility with a tool more fitting for the occasion – golf clubs.
A round of renovations at the Henrico County-owned club is getting a second look, in part due to a local group’s efforts to shine a light on the course’s architectural past.
Co-owners Sara Currier and Claire Mitchell said they’d taken a historic Hooville building and gave it new life, and wanted to do the same here.
For the second time in as many years, the PGA’s trip through Richmond ended with some drama.
The Richmond bank once again is putting its money down on college sports with its second multimillion-dollar deal with a Virginia university.