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  • Wegmans breaks ground in Midlothian

    The groundbreaking ceremony for the Midlothian Wegmans store will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 14. The 120,000 square-foot Wegmans will anchor the planned Stonehenge Village Shopping Center. The development will contain approximately 230,000 square feet of retail uses, including the grocery store, restaurants and other shops.



  • Groundbreaking for Midlothian Wegmans kicks off Tuesday

    The new 120,000-square foot store will anchor the shopping center and is expected to open next spring. It will be the very first Wegmans in the Richmond region.



  • Which grocery store chain tops the list as the nationa s best?

    Each year Consumer Reports conducts a supermarket survey which asks shoppers to score stores in categories such as customer service, cleanliness, product variety, local produce selection, organic food prices and store brand quality. Consumer Reports rated 68 supermarkets across the country based on a survey of nearly 63,000 readers.



  • Restaurant Report: Repeat violations delay permit renewal

    In 2012, Bon Appetit magazine named Peter Chang China Cafe in Short Pump one of the 50 Best New Restaurants in America. But this year, the restaurant's annual health permit renewal was delayed twice because it kept having repeated critical violations on health inspections.



  • Why Local Business Taxes Matter

    It may be federal income tax season, but there certainly are plenty of stories locally about how tax rates for others things affect us and sort out where businesses locate. Leading the list, of course, is the City of Richmond, which levies a tax on financial, real estate and professional services at a rate of 58 cents per $100,000 of gross revenue -- or nearly three times the rate of 20 cents per $100,000 in gross revenue charged by Chesterfield and Henrico counties.



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