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SportsQuest’s game plan unravels

SportsQuest’s game plan unravels

Aaron Kremer February 28, 2012 14

The financially strapped planned sports facility was evicted Monday from the building that housed its basketball court and weight-lifting facility, and the phone line for memberships has been disconnected

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The Docket: Court Roundup for 2.23.12

Aaron Kremer February 23, 2012 0

Lots of squabbling over foreclosures. And a pair of former workers are suing their old company, claiming they were fired for refusing to break the law. Plus a woman claims she was injured walking

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Time to make the donuts

Time to make the donuts

Aaron Kremer February 22, 2012 1

A local donut shop that's better than Dunkin and much cheaper.

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SportsQuest deal with RISE falls apart

SportsQuest deal with RISE falls apart

Aaron Kremer February 14, 2012 3

One of SportsQuest’s longest-standing partners has withdrawn from its involvement in the partly constructed project, taking with it its indoor sports training business and an important piece of SportsQuest’s operations

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Luxury, really?

Luxury, really?

Aaron Kremer February 9, 2012 9

What ever happened to regular old apartments? Now everything is luxury. 

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Parts of SportsQuest for sale

Parts of SportsQuest for sale

Aaron Kremer February 9, 2012 9

SportsQuest founder Steve Burton posted a letter to address the suit and give an update on the business, including stating that parts of the venture are up for sale

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State sues SportsQuest over marketing

State sues SportsQuest over marketing

Aaron Kremer February 9, 2012 12

A struggling Chesterfield sports complex has some new opponents: Virginia’s consumer protection agency and the attorney general

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Byram’s reborn

Byram’s reborn

Aaron Kremer February 8, 2012 1

Byram's reborn

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The Docket: Court Roundup for 2.2.12

Aaron Kremer February 2, 2012 0

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.

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