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<p>Minor League Baseball President Pat O’Conner (left) and Lou DiBella, president and managing general partner of the Flying Squirrels, have made clear their frustration over the lack of movement in replacing The Diamond.</p>

Squirrels face "uncertain" future because of ballpark situation

With local debate silenced on the future of The Diamond, the president and managing general partner of the Richmond Flying Squirrels has issued a public appeal for support for the Double-A baseball franchise.

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Ciao Capri restaurant is now open

Ciao Capri, the restaurant in the former Accanto space at 10478 Ridgefield Parkway in Henrico County, opened yesterday.

Buy a big bottle of Va.-made liquor, get a free trucker cap

Update: Virginians sure do like their locally-made booze, and trucker caps.

Whisk bakery opening in former Globehopper in Sept.

Shockoe Bottom will get a new bakery at the end of the summer, thanks to local pastry chef Morgan Botwinick.

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