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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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"If you can mock us, you can legislate and govern against us and nobody will care," the Rev. Al Sharpton says in addressing Virginia's blackface controversy. Read more

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Superintendent's "Dreams4RPS" plan aims to ensure that each graduate leaves high school ready for college, a living-wage job or national service. Read more

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Governor denies appearing in racist yearbook photo first published by outlet with ties to Roy Moore campaign. Read more

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Mayor Levar Stoney touts 2018 achievements, announces a program to reduce evictions. Read more

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A partnership with Richmond’s East End schools works to counter the effects of trauma. Read more

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The “General Demotion/General Devotion” exhibition is intended to spark conversation about the future of the landmark thoroughfare. 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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Feed More and other Richmond-area organizations step up aid for furloughed federal workers as the government shutdown stretches on. Read more

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At a town hall held by Rep. Donald McEachin, East End residents tell about missing letters, stolen checks and misdirected correspondence. Read more

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Supporters of the effort to have Virginia ratify the Equal Rights Amendment make their case at the State Capitol as the 2019 session convenes. Read more

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Cynthia Newbille moves into the president's chair on Richmond City Council, while Chris Hilbert becomes vice president. Read more

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Abigail Spanberger mobilized suburban voters to score Democrats’ first 7th District win in five decades. Read more

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Richmond Free Press’ managing editor continues the paper’s mission to serve the African-American community. Read more

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The large-scale downtown redevelopment project would replace the Richmond Coliseum, renovate the Blues Armory and build 2,800 apartments and a hotel. Read more

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Chesterfield officials consider the potential effect of expanded service on economic development and jobs. Read more

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The board will hear recommendations for improvements to the Jefferson Davis corridor. Read more

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The Richmond Police Department announced a two-year timeline to complete training for officers. Read more

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Chesterfield County's new superintendent of schools addresses questions about safety, transportation and other issues. Read more

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The Virginia Board of Pharmacy in October awarded five conditional licenses to pharmaceutical processors for dispensing two oils derived from the marijuana plant. Read more

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