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

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Richmond's City Council and School Board swore in a fresh crop of representatives and elected new leadership on Monday at City Hall. Read more

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Richmond City Council approves funding for 40 police recruits, but delays vote on proposed Grace Street Tower. 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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Ten of the 28 candidates running for Richmond City Council went on record as opposing Joe Morrissey for mayor. 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 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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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

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

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Five Richmond City Council incumbents have challengers lining up for the November elections; four open seats are up for grabs. Read more

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Councilman Parker Agelasto will seek re-election to Richmond City Council, he said in an interview Monday morning. Read more

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Richmond City Council is requesting that Mayor Dwight C. Jones seek regional participation from surrounding counties in the city's efforts to develop a minor-league baseball stadium. Read more

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Richmond City Council voted Monday to transfer the CenterStage Foundation $1.75 million for an overdue real estate tax bill the group didn’t expect to receive and couldn’t pay. Read more

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