Area Business News
Fees established to maintain the refurbished Perrin Wharf have not been well received so far.
Employment in Hampton Roads increased by 1,300 jobs in May.
A public hearing on the application was held at the BZA’s regular meeting in June.
It recently expanded the number of stylists who work there from two to four.
He has been an assistant at Foster-Faulkner since 1998.
This is its first Middle Peninsula facility.
There have been a number of recent changes at the business.
The new concept for the store is to provide “home-away-from-home meals.”
Sunrise is open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week.
The property lies in the Abingdon Magisterial District and is zoned single-family detached residential.
The business began selling T-shirts and stickers with a special peace logo at Lombard’s dental office.