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  • Burger, burrito joints planned at West Broad Marketplace

    The food menu at the unfinished Wegmans- and Cabela's-anchored shopping center in Short Pump is about to get more crowded. A new section of West Broad Marketplace is in the works and would bring the Habit Burger Grill and Tijuana Flats restaurant chains to the 60-acre development, according to plans filed with Henrico County.



  • Pit master Chris McPherson opens Piedmont Smokehouse BBQ

    Piedmont Smokehouse BBQ is now open at 2030 W. Broad Street Road in Maidens, about 15 minutes west of Short Pump. Owner and pit master Chris McPherson had been running Piedmont as a catering operation and the space was supposed to serve as its commissary kitchen.



  • Charlottesville man who bought heroin in Short Pump parking lots gets 45-year sentence

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  • Friends open Short Pump popcorn shop

    Rialand Jones and Denise Brooks recently opened Lammar Marie's Gourmet Popcorn shop at 3047 Lauderdale Drive in the Lauderdale Square shopping center. The 2,600-square-foot store opened in August following a couple months of selling wares at farmers' markets and the Bizarre Bazaar.



  • Taking a swing for a great cause

    RICHMOND, Va. - The 4th Annual Wayne Samford Memorial Golf Tournament will benefit Sportable, an organization which is committed to transforming the lives of people with a physical or visual disability through sport, as well as missions at Shady Grove UMC - Short Pump.



  • Five ways to have fun with the T. Potterfield Bridge this fall

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  • Suspicious bag located at Short Pump Town Center

    Henrico Police are investigating after a suspicious bag was left near a dumpster at Short Pump Town Center Tuesday afternoon. Police dispatched their Explosive Ordnance Disposal team as an extra precaution and determined that the bag was full of stolen merchandise from a nearby clothing store, and as a result posed no threat to the public.



  • Suspicious bag found near dumpster at Short Pump Town Center

    Henrico Police and Fire HAZMAT responded to Short Pump Town Center Tuesday afternoon after the discovery of a suspicious bag near a dumpster. Police said the incident started when a security officer noticed someone leaving a book bag near a dumpster in a service access area on the north side of the mall.



  • Thieves trick Henrico grandma in store, go on $15,000 shopping spree

    It took thieves less than 30 minutes to go on a $15,000 Short Pump shopping spree using a 77-year-old Henrico woman's credit cards. The woman, who asked not to be identified, said the thieves got her cards after they tricked her while she was shopping at TJ Maxx in Henrico's West End.



  • Biz Buzz: Biggs gift and home d cor store relocates to Stony Point Fashion Park

    Jim Biggs, left, John Biggs and Donna Biggs, children of Biggs Ltd founder and president Don Biggs, in their store at Stony Point Fashion Park.2 Jim Biggs, left, John Biggs and Donna Biggs, children of Biggs Ltd founder and president Don Biggs, in their store at Stony Point Fashion Park.2 The store vacated a space in the Parc Place shopping center, which is across the Short Pump Town Center ring road from Dillard's, in late July and reopened this month in Stony Point mall. The store's space at Stony Point is 3,400 square feet, compared with 6,800 square feet at the company's previous location.



  • Charges dropped against Henrico woman with bomb-shaped alarm clock

    Charges were dropped Thursday against the woman accused of making a fake bomb threat at a Whole Foods in Short Pump. Daphne Page was arrested in May after someone spotted what they thought looked like a bomb in her backseat.



  • Ferguson named Christmas Mother

    The Goochland Christmas Mother Association has announced that Elizabeth "Beth" Ferguson has been selected to serve as Christmas Mother for the 2017 campaign. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, Ferguson has been an active Goochland resident for 23 years.



  • Case dismissed against woman arrested in Whole Foods bomb scare

    The case against the Henrico woman whose alarm clock sparked a bomb scare outside Whole Foods in Short Pump was dismissed Thursday in court. Daphne Page, 52, was charged with possessing a hoax device, a felony, after someone saw the clock - which resembled dynamite - in her car.



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