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Mayor Dwight Jones will not face public corruption charges

December 5, 2016 admin 0

Richmond Commonwealth’s attorney Michael Herring announced last week that Mayor Dwight Jones will not be prosecuted for questionable overlap between city business and the church […]

Richmond races away from public services

September 28, 2015 Executive Editor 1

As Richmond hosted approximately 450,000 spectators for the 2015 UCI Road World Championships last week, an early-September report to the city council revealed the city is at its breaking point with the police force understaffed, bulk trash collection pickups slowing down and lagging grass-cutting services.

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An empire state of mind

April 5, 2015 admin 0

Silver wire fences, heavy machinery and concrete adorn the city blocks. Odd bits of modern and contemporary architecture take root where brick-face real estate once stood. What was once flat terrain becomes tall, both in structure and in power.