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Ratings show stability for local banks

Ratings show stability for local banks

Michael Schwartz September 12, 2014 0

A ranking of federally insured financial institutions shows second-quarter growth for two local banks, with most others hanging steady to their first-quarter ratings.

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VCU’s upcoming art center names curator

VCU’s upcoming art center names curator

Brandy Brubaker September 11, 2014 0

The contemporary art center, set to open in 2016, has already started collecting employees and named a curator on Wednesday.

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Chinese investors bankroll ‘Project Big Splash’

Chinese investors bankroll ‘Project Big Splash’

Brandy Brubaker September 11, 2014 2

A local entrepreneur plans to build a massive hotel, conference center and water park complex on 26 acres in Chesterfield County. And with help from a Chinese investment group, he wants to take that

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Construction starts on contested church lot

Construction starts on contested church lot

Burl Rolett September 11, 2014 0

A piece of land at the center of a Southside church bankruptcy case is on its way to a new life while its former owners are stuck in court

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Midlothian cafe saves room for pie

Midlothian cafe saves room for pie

Michael Thompson September 10, 2014 0

The owners of the local cafe brand are making time for dessert with a new pie shop concept.

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$160 million water park complex proposed for Chesterfield

$160 million water park complex proposed for Chesterfield

Brandy Brubaker September 10, 2014 0

A local businessman is unveiling his idea for a massive water park, hotel and event center complex in Chesterfield County.

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Lawyers haggle over developer’s sentence

Lawyers haggle over developer’s sentence

Burl Rolett September 10, 2014 0

Billy Jefferson's defense argued in court yesterday for a sentence reduction, and the prosecution countered with evidence of extravagant Las Vegas trips and hidden funds in a nine-hour hearing.

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Anthem, Bon Secours break contract deadlock

Anthem, Bon Secours break contract deadlock

Brandy Brubaker September 9, 2014 0

After having their negotiations dragged out into the public eye and with a deadline looming, a local hospital giant and the state’s biggest health insurer are coming to terms on a new contract

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Empty restaurant space stages a comeback

Empty restaurant space stages a comeback

Michael Thompson September 9, 2014 0

The property’s new owners are warming up for an opening in sync with The National’s anticipated September concerts

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Demolition marks start of downtown bank conversion

Demolition marks start of downtown bank conversion

Burl Rolett September 9, 2014 0

Demolition has started on a $30 million apartment conversion project at an old bank building

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