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Richmond City Council sinks the $1.5 billion downtown development project and calls for Mayor Levar Stoney to seek new proposals. Read more

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Monday's 5-4 vote recommends removing ordinances concerning the downtown development project from Council's agenda. Read more

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Richmond City Council decided Monday to ask the General Assembly for the authority to decide the fate of the city's Confederate statues. Read more

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For the third time, the Richmond City Council will weigh whether to ask the General Assembly for control over the city's Confederate monuments at a special meeting Monday. Read more

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Local advocacy groups and city officials promote road safety and remember lives lost. Read more

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"It's a matter of moral priority, and doing the right thing," Councilwoman Kim Gray says of the proposal to rename the thoroughfare in honor of Arthur Ashe Jr. Read more

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Richmond City Council committee advances 2nd District member Kim Gray's proposal to rename the Boulevard in honor of Arthur Ashe. Read more

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With Colonial Downs set to reopen in New Kent, Virginia officials hope off-site gambling will boost the equine industry. 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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Richmond City Council incumbents swept their races, but a School Board shakeup left only one incumbent safe. Read 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. Read more

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The Richmond Crusade for Voters on Tuesday night voted to endorse Joe Morrissey, a former commonwealth’s attorney and state delegate, in the mayoral election. Read 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. Read more

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