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“Dean of city planners” Harland Bartholomew left a mark on Richmond that lingers today. Read more

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Park(ing) Day reclaims sections of pavement to create green spaces in the cityscape. Read more

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Murals, transportation and development alter the character of a familiar place. Read more

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A New York-based artist shares how to get around 1891 Richmond by streetcar. Read more

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Chesterfield County applies for transportation pilot project funding. Read more

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Notorious ESB’s effort to revive the trolleys Read more

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Gallery5's happy hour event series brings together experts and citizens to consider issues affecting the community. Read more

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County Administrator Joe Casey's spending plan holds the tax rate at 95 cents, but increases relief funds for the elderly and disabled. Read more

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The Mayorathon: Policy Jam discussion considers Mayor Levar Stoney's first two years in office and recommendations for improving transportation, housing, education and neighborhoods. Read more

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The Science Museum of Virginia's landmark building marks its centennial. Read more

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RVA Bike Share shifts into its second year. Read more

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VCU's team is among 20 from around the world advancing to the final round of the 2018 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition. Read more

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Your guide to what's good for the week ahead Read more

Five years ago, we asked our readers for their predictions and wishes for Richmond by 2017. Here are some of their answers. Read more

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County Administrator Joe Casey notes full accreditation of all Chesterfield public schools, public safety advances and road improvement plans. Read more

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Cones, crews and combined travel lanes have largely defined transit down Broad Street for the past 16 months, as the $64.9 million GRTC Pulse corridor construction continues rumbling along. Read more

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A train station along Boulevard is a long shot. Read more

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Should high-speed rail stop at the Boulevard or the Bottom? Richmond residents and state officials weighed the possibilities at a public hearing. Read more

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City, county and community meetings are a serious sport for this band of die-hard watchdogs, advocates and volunteers-turned-elected officials. Read more

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