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Bus rapid transit service and new GRTC routes will launch with a week of free rides. more

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The Richmond School Board trades Confederate general's name for that of the nation's first African-American president. more

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The nominees are: Spanberger in the 7th, McAdams in the 4th, Williams in the 1st and Stewart for U.S. Senate. more

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How a grassroots group of Chesterfield County residents fought the ‘Matoaca mega site’ plan and won — for now more

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The Chicago-based publisher adds Virginia publications to its roster in a $34 million sale. more

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Citing a need for transparency, Richmond police chief releases the officer's body camera footage, while the family of the naked shooting victim calls for justice. more

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The GRTC Pulse line is set to launch June 24, along with revamped routes. more

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The commission convened by Mayor Levar Stoney listened to what the public had to say about Richmond's Confederate statues. Now its members have to decide what action to recommend. more

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Chesterfield's Economic Development Authority withdraws its rezoning application, citing a "need for greater community consensus." more

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Richmond nonprofits partner to help young adults leaving foster care. more

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The 7th District Richmond City Council representative answers our pressing questions. 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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Richmond Public Schools' superintendent acknowledges an issue with GPA calculation for students in dual-enrollment and International Baccalaureate courses. more

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Close community and neighborhood haunts are the hallmark of this eastern Richmond historic district. more

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A simulation program allows civilians to see how they would respond to a tense situation that a police officer might face. more

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During encounters with police, one wrong move can be life-altering for a civilian. And as high-profile shootings test public confidence in law enforcement, officers face the possibility that any routine stop could turn violent. 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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