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The U.S. Department of State is moving forward on its plan to build a $461 million Foreign Affairs Security Training Center at Fort Pickett in Nottoway County, 50 miles southwest of Richmond.
Michael Robinson is a Super Bowl champion, but his new mission is to help athletes excel in a different venue, one in which they may feel powerless or overwhelmed: education reform.
A 9-year-old girl who accidentally drowned Tuesday evening in an American Family Fitness pool in Midlothian has been identified by police as Raneen Khattab. Police are still investigating the circumstances but foul play is not suspected.
The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday night to delay action on a proposal to equip school buses with cameras that automatically ticket drivers who pass while children are boarding.
The next time you stop by the Hardee’s at Staples Mill and Parham roads and you’re waiting in line for your usual hot buttermilk biscuit with extra grape jelly, you might catch a glimpse of a woman with a white apron that now sports “winner” on the front.
The owners of Richmond's Pasture restaurant have closed PastureQ, the offshoot of their Grace Street restaurant they opened in Charlottesville more than two years ago.
Access to the James River, VCU, festivals and, of course, the stellar food and booze scene here all helped put Richmond on the map - and the list.
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