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Henrico’s meals tax has funded nearly $58 million in school projects since 2013. more

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School advocates and tax opponents crowd City Council chambers to speak on the measure, which failed on a 6-3 vote. more

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No matter where we stand — here, in Paris or in New Delhi — what does any statue really mean? more

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The nonprofit Assisting Families of Inmates celebrates 40 years of helping Virginia families affected by incarceration. more

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After a public hearing, last-ditch efforts to delay the vote and a change of heart by two representatives, the measure passed 7-2. more

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A divided Richmond City Council forwards the mayor's plan to raise the tax to 7.5 percent after a failed attempt to postpone action for 30 days. more

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A message from a former School Board member asked recipients to "only patronize restaurants who support the meals tax." more

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Some Richmond City Council, School Board members express reservations during a joint meeting. more

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Mayor Levar Stoney touted his administration's accomplishments in his 'State of the City' address as Richmonders debate his meals-tax proposal. more

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Mayor Levar Stoney looks back at the first year of his term and outlines priorities for 2018. more

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About 100 people gathered at City Hall for the 27th annual memorial service for friends and family of homicide victims. more

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During a two-hour meeting Tuesday night, the Monument Avenue Commission discussed legal opinions concerning Richmond's Civil War statues, how best to disseminate input collected on its website and plans to invite additional public conversation. more

Mayor Levar Stoney’s plan centers on replacing the Richmond Coliseum, something a group of private investors is also pursuing. more

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Better choices for residents, more mixed-income neighborhoods are sought in a draft housing plan. more

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Over the next two years, a pair of nonprofits will provide more than 20,000 students in Richmond Public Schools with free vision screenings and cover the cost of eye exams and glasses. more

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In his first set of public appearances since leaving office, former President Barack Obama urged Virginians to support Democrat Ralph Northam for governor, saying, "Ralph's whole life has been about honest, responsible service to others." more

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A "modernization referendum" on school facilities asks for a charter change. more

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