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Black Friday may not be as big of a shopping day as it once was, but the promise of bargains still managed to draw some Richmond-area shoppers out very early on the morning after Turkey Day.
An 1841 U.S. Supreme Court decision over a slave ship is being invoked by a Canadian extradited from Hungary on charges that he tried to help a man convicted in a $126 million fraud illegally obtain $2.3 million in tax refunds.
Thomas Warren “Tom” Moss Jr., whose tenure as speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates closed the era of Democratic dominance over the chamber, has died at 87.
Henrico County-based Midwives for Haiti has named its new birth center in Cabestor, Haiti, for Carrie Wortham, a Midwives for Haiti employee who was hit and killed while bicycling in Hanover County in September.
While some brands have only gotten the ball rolling with competing models in the last half dozen years, and others have already come and gone, the M-Class is now well into its third generation.
The former Cokesbury bookstore building at 417 E. Grace St. could become Pop’s Market on Grace by the end of August.
We’re barely past Halloween but Melodie Walenius is already seeing sugarplums and peppermint sticks.
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