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RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH | November 18, 2017
Richmonders aren’t shy about expressing their displeasure when it comes to development proposals — particularly when a stadium is involved.
SUFFOLK NEWS-HERALD | December 23, 2013
Representatives from nine groups opposed to the new Route 460 have put their names on a letter to governor-elect Terry McAuliffe, calling on him to halt the project immediately.
WWBT-TV NBC 12 | November 19, 2013
A Richmond City Council committee got an earful Tuesday night during the first public hearing on the mayor's plan to bring baseball to Shockoe Bottom. Mayor Dwight Jones unveiled the large economic development proposal just over a week ago. Now, it must go through the governmental process.
RICHMOND.COM | September 3, 2013
The Partnership for Smarter Growth will hold a forum co-sponsored by Sports Backers and Bike Walk RVA entitled “A Look into the Richmond Region’s Bike Future,” at the Science Museum of Virginia, Thursday, Sept. 26, 6–8 p.m., according to a release.
Melissa Scott Sinclair | STYLE WEEKLY| November 8, 2011
Once, there was a city that looked very green. Through it ran a great river where kayakers gamboled and herons soared. Farmers' markets overflowed with local tomatoes and grass-fed beef. The city proudly pointed to its solar-powered trash cans and its natural-gas-powered trash trucks and its future fleet of electric cars. Coffee shops served organic-milk lattes in compostable cups.
Patty Kruszewski | HENRICO CITIZEN | October 25, 2010
Saunter (v.) - To walk about idly; to stroll
It was anything but an idle stroll as four busloads of Richmonders traveled Broad Street Oct. 24 on a route encompassing Willow Lawn on one end and Rocketts Landing on the other.
STYLE WEEKLY | October 14, 2009
Sheila Sheppard grew up south of Cape Charles, a beautiful rural area right on the Chesapeake Bay. Experiencing that natural splendor had a lasting effect, and helped her realize that it was up to the next generation to preserve it.