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  • Celebrate and Support

    That's what Sean Ryan, president of the board of the Down Syndrome Association told me. Actually a different Keith Richards, the Keith Richards that founded Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe , located here in Short Pump, will be at the restaurant tomorrow, March 26, to honor employee Annie Callahan for her involvement with Down's Syndrome programs.

  • Injuries reported after Short Pump crash leaves car on its roof

    A vehicle, that appears to be a Ford Focus, flipped on its roof after a two-car crash at the intersection of Three Chopt Road and John Rolfe Parkway Wednesday morning in Short Pump. Emergency crews were dispatched to the crash at about 6:30 a.m. The crash was reported as an accident with injuries, however police have not released information about the number of people hurt, nor the extent of the injuries.

  • Garage fire damages Wellesley neighborhood home

    Fire investigators continue to work to figure out what sparked a fire inside the garage of a home along the 3600 block of Bremerton Drive in the Wellesley neighborhood in Short Pump. The fire was first reported at 11:40 Tuesday morning.

  • Growlers to Go expands west with plans to bring more craft beer to Short Pump

    Less than three months after opening on the Boulevard, a beer shop is expanding to Short Pump. Reid Carter said he plans to open Growlers to Go near the Trader Joe's in Short Pump in May. While the lease has not been finalized, Carter said the location would most likely be the 1,600-square-foot space at 11341 W. Broad St. in Short Pump Station that was formerly home to a retail store called Jake & Friends.

  • New retail development coming to Short Pump

    In the West End, construction will soon begin on the final phase of a 20-year-old Henrico Shopping center. Richmond Bizsense reports the space near the Target store in Short Pump will be home to three new businesses.

  • Groceries anchor mixed-use projects

    Move over multi-family. The new darling in Virginia's construction market is the grocery-anchored, mixed-use center.

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