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<p>William "Bill" Hillsman worked at several hardware stores over the years, and had been employed by Lowe’s at 1512 West Koger Center Drive for the past 13 years.</p>

Humble hardware salesman killed in freak auto accident

One moment William “Bill” Hillsman was quietly eating dinner in his kitchen. The next moment a car came crashing through his house and struck him. He died instantly.

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Legislature adjourns after passing ethics package

After hours of negotiating, compromise and arm twisting, House and Senate negotiators have reached agreement on an ethics reform package.

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UR meets new president

Ronald A. Crutcher, a classical musician who will be the University of Richmond’s next president, was in the middle of an interview to head a major symphony orchestra last year when he had a revelation.

Business
Dominion, citing lower fuel costs, asks regulators to reduce customer bills

The average residential customer will see the monthly bill fall by $6.40.

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New chief says Richmond Police Department's "brand is about to get better"
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Creative collaborations lead to brews with a mixed pedigree

Increasingly, breweries have begun extending that collaborative spirit into the community.

Restaurant news round-up: Starlite re-plated, Cafe Caturra in Cville, new Starbucks and more

After seven years away from Starlite, at 2600 W. Main St., Richmond restaurateur Rick Lyons is getting involved again with the restaurant he helped open 13 years ago.

Dining Out: Southerly disappoints, especially compared to Southern Season

Tucked inside the sprawling Southern Season specialty food store is Southerly Restaurant, serving a Southern-inspired breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.

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