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A roundup of developments, transitions, construction and events on Richmond’s South Side and environs more


The Board of Supervisors chairwoman talks about changing demographics and what's on tap for the rest of 2017. more


The county's School Board chairwoman talks about efforts to boost accreditation, school renovation and expansion. more


Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Dorothy Jaeckle talks about challenges and priorities for 2017, and addresses the controversy over some of her recent comments about increased poverty and the rising number of English learners in county schools. more


Black Minds Matter events at VCU seek to promote discussion, education, empowerment and healing for people of color affected by racism. more


The U.S. attorney general spoke to law enforcement officials about crime-fighting strategies as protesters gathered outside. more


Chesterfield County School Board Chairman Javaid Siddiqi, who stepped into the role in January, talks about the board's decision to change school start times, his views on charter schools and challenges facing the school system. more


The Virginia Education Association's inaugural Teachers of Color Summit addresses the need for educators who represent diverse student populations. more


Richard W. “Dick” Glover, who had begun his sixth term as chairman of the Henrico County Board of Supervisors last month, died Thursday at age 82. more

News offers members an online database to record their whereabouts in case of foul play. more


City dwellers in Richmond are paying more for water than residents of nearby counties do. more

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The Hearts-Afire Storytelling Festival comes to Richmond's First Baptist Church Jan. 27-29. more


The original PBS drama series “Mercy Street,” shot in Richmond and Petersburg, returns for its second season. more


Rick Springfield and Richard Marx perform in a double bill at Dominion Arts Center's Carpenter Theatre Jan. 22. more


The fifth anniversary of our survey recognizing wedding professionals who surpass the standard more

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This should be a huge year for these people and places. Get to know them before they blow up. more

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If yarn is your specialty, make sure to stop by “Dances With Wool” in Midlothian. more

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Chesterfield’s Central Library is getting a $2 million facelift. more


Business is booming at Steam Bell Beer Works. more

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A master plan to develop trails along 23 miles of the Appomattox River nears completion. more


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