A minor league baseball all-star game hasn’t made a stop in Richmond since 1992, back in the days when The Diamond wasn’t considered aged and the city’s baseball team was the Triple-A Richmond Braves.
Sports & Recreation
With its 3-story driving range and towering nets taking shape on Westwood Avenue, the company also is eyeing a 14-hole mini-golf course on the site. It’ll be only the third such location in the company’s national footprint, joining Dallas and Chicago.
The British are coming. You’d better grab goggles and a towel.
“Once I had this idea (for my own studio) it was like, well I can’t afford to do it in D.C. and Richmond seemed more doable.”
A fast-growing fitness brand known for its stationary bikes and treadmills is setting up shop in the Richmond market’s busiest mall.
The new gym is designed to offer CrossFit-style training for people with varying fitness levels.
The commercial piece of an East End redevelopment project is taking shape, as a first-time business owner is the latest entrant into the local yoga scene.
Two siblings have handed the keys to their West End boutique to a mother-and-daughter duo.
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.