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For a long time, Richmond has required that cats and dogs be licensed with the city at a cost of $10 per year. And for a long time, the city has been fairly lax about enforcing it.
Genworth Financial Inc.’s decision to indefinitely suspend sales of its traditional life insurance and annuity policies will result in about 270 job cuts in the company’s Virginia operations.
Natalie Keepers told a judge that she was bullied — just like the 13-year-old girl she is accused of plotting to kill.
The House of Delegates gave a preliminary nod Friday to a bill that would allow slingshot hunting, after firing a few friendly zingers at its patron.
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.
Looking for a million (or six million) dollar home in the Richmond area?
A 6,000 square feet Chesterfield mansion took the top spot, in which nine out of 10 homes sales were in the counties.
When Derek and Jodi Wilson traveled to central Virginia with their two young sons last year to look for a new house, they expected to encounter the unknown. Derek had grown up in North Carolina, and Jodi was a New Jersey native. Neither had lived in Virginia.
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