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Bon Secours cuts ribbon on new Hanover program

Bon Secours cuts ribbon on new Hanover program

Burl Rolett October 15, 2014 0

The healthcare firm is adding a service to a local hospital to treat potential mental health cases in-house while keeping police out on patrol

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VCU stamps Reynolds name on upcoming gallery

VCU stamps Reynolds name on upcoming gallery

Burl Rolett October 15, 2014 0

With $3 million in donations given on her behalf, a local gallery owner will lend her name to part of VCU’s new Institute for Contemporary Art

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Priciest September home sale tops $3 million

Priciest September home sale tops $3 million

Michael Schwartz October 13, 2014 0

The sale of a River Road mansion in September not only helped a local nonprofit raise millions of dollars, it also capped a busy month for $1 million-plus home sales around the region

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GRTC taps new operator for disabled riders

GRTC taps new operator for disabled riders

Michael Thompson October 13, 2014 0

A new transit company is pulling into town to take over part of GRTC’s bus services, and more than 100 workers will need to try to hitch a ride with the new employer

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Web firm plans reboot for downtown property

Web firm plans reboot for downtown property

Michael Thompson October 13, 2014 5

An evolving stretch of East Grace Street has landed another new tenant who plans to convert an old building into new offices

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Bank gets go-ahead for merger

Bank gets go-ahead for merger

Michael Schwartz October 13, 2014 0

A local bank has cleared two big hurdles on its way to the acquisition of a bank in Newport News

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Chef brings Armenian spice to Carytown

Chef brings Armenian spice to Carytown

Michael Thompson October 13, 2014 4

After a deal in the Devil’s Triangle fell through, an Armenian eatery is now taking its chances in Carytown

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Vegan baker moves into Jackson Ward

Vegan baker moves into Jackson Ward

Burl Rolett October 13, 2014 1

A local baker has plans to sweeten Jackson Ward without giving Richmond a sugar rush

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Father-son startup pairs pretzels with beer

Father-son startup pairs pretzels with beer

Michael Thompson October 10, 2014 0

A VCU professor and his 14-year-old son have jumped into the local beer scene in their own way with a recipe for homemade hot pretzels they sell at breweries and festivals.

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New owner picks up foreclosed motel

New owner picks up foreclosed motel

Michael Thompson October 10, 2014 0

A motel near the Diamond was auctioned on Thursday, and the winning bidder put up nearly $1.3 million.

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