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An ABC store in the Greenbrier section of Chesapeake will be closed from today until June 28 for renovations. The store, at 836 Eden Way North, is being remodeled to accommodate a surge of customers, the state Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control said in a news release Friday.
Rip Rap Brewing Co. and Coelacanth Brewing have won approval from the Norfolk City Council for their proposed locations, plus Wasserhund Brewing and Green Flash Brewing are making progress. Read more
Six downtown Norfolk properties that will be redeveloped through a new incentive program will be open for tours from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The Vibrant Spaces program aims to be a catalyst for rapid growth downtown by providing cash incentives to applicants with the best business plans.
Retail sales climbed in May as shoppers opened their wallets a little wider at stores and restaurants, signaling a stronger economic rebound.
It was almost like a death in the family for some.
With little more than a day's notice, O'Sullivan's Wharf, a beloved Colley Avenue bar and eatery, was to shut down at 2 o'clock this morning, following a 32-year run.
Fast-food delivery might not be limited to pizza anymore. Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc. Chief Executive Nigel Travis told CNBC’s “On the Money” that delivery was “clearly a big opportunity” for the Quincy, Mass., company.
It is perhaps the sweetest day of the year.
National Doughnut Day will be celebrated today, and Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ Donuts will be giving away one free donut all day.
At Dunkin' Donuts, patrons receive a free doughnut with the purchase of any beverage. At Krispy Kreme, no purchase is necessary to receive your freebie.
The parent company of Smithfield Foods Inc. said Wednesday that it sold Smithfield's stake in one of Europe's largest packaged meats companies.
WH Group, based in China, said it sold Smithfield's interest in Campofrio Food Group to the Mexican company Alfa for $354 million in cash. Smithfield had a 37 percent stake in Campofrio, based in Madrid.
As our loyal readers know, we're always pleased to bring you the latest news about booze, and today is no different. We learned last week that two Virginia ABC spirit stores in Hampton Roads and three others across the state are handing out “Virginia is for Lovers” trucker hats to customers who buy liquor and wine made in the commonwealth.
Dollar Tree Inc. announced Friday that it had cleared a major antitrust hurdle in its attempt to purchase Family Dollar. The Chesapeake-based retailer said it reached agreement with a private equity firm to purchase 330 Family Dollar stores.
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