Universities locally and across the state are asking families to empty their wallets more and more each year, and household income is having a tough time keeping pace.
High-dollar foreclosures all over town this week including in Midlothian and Henrico and some commercial property in Manchester.
Altria Chairman and CEO Michael Szymanczyk won’t leave empty-handed when he retires in May.
A local commercial real estate management firm has bought its way into the hotel management business.
David Larter has joined us as a reporter covering commercial real estate, nonprofits, higher education and the local advertising industry.
A jam-packed Pipeline this week including a $1.1 million purchase, a $600,000 warehouse buy and tons of small office space getting leased up.
Colonial Downs is betting a renovation of one of its tracks will help light up the stands with more business.
Café Rio, which like Chipotle markets itself as more up-market than fast food but without a wait staff, is negotiating on properties in Richmond.
A big national bank filed a ton of confessed judgments against local firms this week. And a local developer is sued for the third time in recent months.
A Nelson County brewery is now transporting its beers down Interstate 64 to Richmond.