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<p>Chesterfield County police and fire officials investigate a hole in a house after a car crashed into it near the intersection of Robious Road and Greenfield Drive.</p>

Chesterfield resident killed when car crashes into home

A Chesterfield County resident was killed Thursday evening after a minivan plowed into the victim’s home in the 1700 block of Greenfield Drive near Robious Road, officials said.

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Governor proposes part-time ABC board

Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants to  to turn the three-member full-time board into a five-member part-time panel for an independent authority that would be created on July 1, 2018.

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Lawmakers send budget to McAuliffe

The General Assembly adopted a nearly $35 billion state budget in record time on Thursday, two days before its scheduled adjournment and just eight months after an ugly standoff between the House of Delegates and Senate over the two-year spending plan.

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Community policing a key focus of new Richmond chief

Since being named the Richmond Police Department's new chief on Feb. 2, Alfred Durham said he has spent many nights lying awake, preparing for his new role, thinking about ways to improve what he already considers "an awesome police department."

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Creative collaborations lead to brews with a mixed pedigree

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

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.

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.

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