RVA FC and Chesterfield United FC have begun their inaugural seasons, but they’re competing for dollars in a crowded Richmond sports scene.
Sports & Recreation
City Council member Chris Hilbert’s proposal to ask the Bon Secours health system to pay an extra $1 million over 10 years is unanimously approved.
Richmond’s Economic Development Authority, an organization that is separate from the city, is being used to bypass some of the red tape involved in development of the Redskins property to get it up and running for next summer’s training camp.
The city council voted 7-2 Monday night to approve the general framework of a deal to bring the Washington Redskins training camp to Richmond with significant financial investment by Bon Secours.
Bowing to Hurricane Sandy, Mayor Michael Bloomberg made the controversial call about 5 p.m. Friday afternoon to cancel the New York City Marathon. Almost immediately, phones started ringing in Richmond.
Members of two local golf clubs are close to a deal to purchase a Chesterfield course from its Canadian owner and merge it with a nearby country club.
Two local women are jumping back into the business world with a 20,000-square-foot indoor trampoline park.
From the local company that insures everything from moon bounces to tanning salons, Markel now has coverage for the two-wheeled commuter.
Shockoe Bottom CrossFit has leased a 2,200-square-foot space at 1710 E. Broad St.
The next time someone tells you to stop smoking, you can tell them you’re supporting the arts.