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Developer LaMar Dixon details plans for a co-working and business accelerator space in a long-vacant commercial building on Brookland Park Boulevard. more

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Former Mayor Dwight C. Jones departed City Hall at the end of 2016, but his final actions in office are still looming over his successor and the new Richmond City Council. more

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Richmond's City Council and School Board swore in a fresh crop of representatives and elected new leadership on Monday at City Hall. more

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Richmond City Council approves funding for 40 police recruits, but delays vote on proposed Grace Street Tower. more

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Richmond City Council incumbents swept their races, but a School Board shakeup left only one incumbent safe. more

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Ten of the 28 candidates running for Richmond City Council went on record as opposing Joe Morrissey for mayor. more

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The Richmond City Democratic Committee on Thursday endorsed candidates in 17 of the 18 City Council and School Board races. more

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The Richmond Education Association on Wednesday afternoon endorsed Levar Stoney’s campaign for Richmond mayor, as well candidates in 16 of the 18 Richmond City Council and Richmond School Board races. more

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Five Richmond City Council incumbents have challengers lining up for the November elections; four open seats are up for grabs. more

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Longtime North Side representatives Chris Hilbert ruled out on Wednesday night a mayoral run, announcing instead that he would seek re-election to Richmond City Council this November. more

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A standing-room-only crowd crammed into Virginia Union University's Coburn Hall for a first look at a dozen candidates in the early field for the city's mayoral election. Read our five takeaways. more

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Former Governor and Richmond Mayor L. Douglas Wilder will host a forum for potential and declared mayoral candidates in early April. more

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Richmond City Council voted Monday night to approve the $54 million Broad Street Bus Rapid Transit project in what several council members characterized as a first step toward improving the region’s lackluster public transportation system. more

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In his final State of the City address Thursday evening, Mayor Dwight C. Jones announced a proposal to include on the November ballot an advisory referendum on raising the city’s real estate tax rate to fund public schools projects. more

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City Councilman Jon Baliles, a rumored hopeful in the city’s 2016 mayoral race, has hired the fundraising consultant that worked for two winning Republican Senate candidates this past November. more

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Jack Berry, executive director of Venture Richmond, confirmed Monday that he is mulling a run in the city's 2016 mayoral election. more

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The election to succeed Mayor Dwight C. Jones is a year from now. Is it too soon to start speculating on who might replace him? Of course not. more

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Michelle Mosby, who represents the 9th District on Richmond's South Side, is the first African-American woman to serve as council president. more

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Richmond City Council voted Monday to transfer the CenterStage Foundation $1.75 million for an overdue real estate tax bill the group didn’t expect to receive and couldn’t pay. more

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