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Wegmans to open two stores in Richmond

Wegmans to open two stores in Richmond

Burl Rolett April 23, 2014 4

Wegmans is doubling down in Richmond. The New York-based supermarket chain today announced plans to build stores in Short Pump and Midlothian,  its first in the Richmond market. Wegmans will anchor the long-delayed Stonehenge

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Canal power plant still looking for a jolt

Canal power plant still looking for a jolt

Burl Rolett April 21, 2014 0

In the hustle of Richmond’s tax credit-fueled redevelopment rush in recent years, old urban buildings with at least some architectural character rarely stay on the market as long as the Haxall Canal hydro plant

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It was good to be the king in 2013

It was good to be the king in 2013

Michael Schwartz April 20, 2014 3

The CEOs of 13 local publicly traded companies saw the value of their total pay packages rise by an average of $749,000, or 10.6 percent, last year

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Playing time? There’s an app for that

Playing time? There’s an app for that

Michael Thompson April 16, 2014 2

When local youth football coach and accounting firm employee Derrick Mertl looks at the playing field, he sees two shades of green

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‘Cash is heavy’

‘Cash is heavy’

Burl Rolett April 14, 2014 4

New allegations that jailed developer Billy G. Jefferson Jr. was scheming to flee the country using a false identity as his tax credit scheme began unraveling last year

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Downtown brewery pops the cork

Downtown brewery pops the cork

Burl Rolett April 11, 2014 1

Richmond’s newest brewery is ready to be tapped. Triple Crossing Brewing Co. will pour its first pints today as the downtown brewery and tasting room opens to the public. The menu at the 2,800-square-foot,

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A presidential undertaking for local ad firm

A presidential undertaking for local ad firm

Brandy Brubaker April 7, 2014 0

A Glen Allen advertising agency is taking on an unusual task -- making Calvin Coolidge cool

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“Project Twister” looking to touch down in Chesterfield

“Project Twister” looking to touch down in Chesterfield

Burl Rolett April 4, 2014 0

Another massive, clandestinely named real estate project is being fast-tracked through Chesterfield County and would add more than 1 million square feet of industrial space near Meadowville Technology Park

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Southside golf course tees off on back nine

Southside golf course tees off on back nine

Michael Schwartz April 3, 2014 5

Construction is in full swing on the final half of a Chesterfield County golf course that was stuck at just 9 holes during the recession.

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Pressing on

Pressing on

Michael Thompson April 1, 2014 0

A local screen printing startup is in growth mode and carving out a niche in the industry from its facility at 200 Everett St. in Manchester

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