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<p>An oil sheen can be seen along a boom set up under Route 10 bridge into Hopewell, 3/3/15</p>

Emergency water supplies mobilized for Hopewell; schools close early

Hopewell appeared to be on the verge of running out of water by midday in the aftermath of a diesel fuel spill that shut down the Appomattox River treatment plant, forcing a scramble to bring emergency water supplies into the city.

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Owner of Midlothian day care where child died in fire pleads guilty to license violation

The owner of a Midlothian home day care facility where a 1-year-old boy was fatally injured in an accidental fire last fall pleaded guilty Tuesday to illegally operating the business without a required state license.

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Netanyahu using US Congress speech to assail Iran talks

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is using the U.S. Congress' podium to warn against trusting Iran to curb its nuclear ambitions, even as President Barack Obama's negotiators meet anew with the Iranians in hopes of closing a deal this month.

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Doubletree hotel downtown closed; to reopen next year

The hotel, at 301 W. Franklin St., will reopen in early 2016 as the Graduate Richmond, a 200-room full-service hotel.

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Richmond's first meadery, Black Heath, opens Wednesday

Sweet news for local craft beverage fans, Black Heath Meadery opens Wednesday in Scott's Addition. 

Richmond Restaurant Week 2015 participants

The list of participating restaurants is out for Richmond Restaurant Week 2015.

JKOGI, Korean fast food restaurant in Jackson Ward, is open

A new "fast food" Korean restaurant opened in the former Andale space at 325 N. 2nd St. in Jackson Ward.

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