Four months after he was sued in a civil case by the Securities and Exchange Commission for allegedly bilking 60 investors out of nearly $5 million, a local investment adviser now has the feds coming after him for criminal charges.
An oblong tract of land that sits between Interstate 95 and The Diamond has found a suitor after five years on the market.
A whipping of wind and rain from the outer bands of Hurricane Michael didn’t deter some of Richmond’s fastest-growing companies from celebrating their success last week.
A grocery store that earlier this year replaced Martin’s in a Henrico shopping center has gone out of business.
A local bank is expanding its branch presence in Charlottesville beyond the city’s Downtown Mall, with a second outpost in the works and a third likely at some point.
A program within Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Education is armed with a fresh pool of cash to churn out more teachers in hard-to-staff schools.
As development interest south of the city has some property owners along Route 5 fearing the future, Henrico County planners are pushing a plan they say would lay the groundwork for protecting and preserving the distinctly rural corridor.
A cider maker with roots in the Blue Ridge Mountains is looking to sprout in Richmond.
A 5-year-old restaurant and bar in the Fan has come back to life following a summertime shutdown and nearly $500,000 in renovations.
The early morning networkers were out in force Wednesday, as a crowd of 300 filed into the Main Street Station Train Shed for the second installment of Richmond BizSense’s Future Of series. The topic du jour was the Future of Transit-Oriented Development in Richmond and was discussed during a panel discussion that featured: John Vithoulkas,… Read more »