Dwight Jones

We've been here before; the last time, we got the Coliseum. Read 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. Read more

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Outgoing Mayor Dwight C. Jones touts achievements but leaves a complicated legacy. Read more


Mayor Dwight C. Jones, leaders from the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority and alumni of the old Armstrong High School gathered on Monday afternoon to mark the beginning of the long-awaited East End redevelopment project. Read more


This Halloween, instead of throwing up your hands and appearing as a lumberjack for the third year in a row, switch it up. Read more


The city is moving forward with the commemoration of the Lumpkin’s Jail site, Mayor Dwight C. Jones told a crowd of several hundred onlookers gathered in Shockoe Bottom on Monday morning for a kickoff ceremony. Read more


Joe Morrissey may be Richmond’s next mayor, but the city’s “real first black mayor”? Not a chance. Read more

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Work on a statue honoring trailblazer Maggie Walker gets underway downtown. Read more


Richmond has missed out on a federal grant that would have jump-started an ambitious plan to overhaul the Creighton Court public housing complex in the city’s East End. Read more

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The revamp of downtown's Kanawha Plaza nears completion. Read more


Michelle Mosby pitches continuity and council experience in her bid for Richmond mayor. Read more


Mayoral candidate Jon Baliles, a City Council member who worked under former and current mayors L. Douglas Wilder and Dwight C. Jones, says, “We need somebody down at City Hall with experience and judgment to get the city turned around.” Read more


For decades the city steered its poorest African-American residents to dense housing projects. Now, it’s launching a massive plan to repair the damage inflicted upon families in a community where good intentions aren’t enough. Read more

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When budget cuts hand you overgrown parks and medians, hold a festival! Read more

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Six times Virginia was exactly like the eastern garter snake Read more


A new rehabilitation hospital is in the works and the city of Richmond wants to raise public awareness of Zika virus Read more


Baseball may be staying on the Boulevard – but there’s a catch. Read more


Mayor Dwight C. Jones on Friday morning rebuked Richmond City Council members who have put forth amendments to his budget proposal that would allocate additional funding for Richmond Public Schools. Read more

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An outpouring of support for increased funding to city schools has dominated Richmond’s budget discussions. However, the city may not be in such a tenuous spot had state lawmakers not tweaked education funding formulas during the economic recession. Read more

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