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The Ellen Shaw de Paredes Breast Cancer Foundation has filed a voluntary petition for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation as it shifts its focus primarily to breast cancer early detection and screening.
To a smattering of applause Monday, the city of Richmond’s finance staff informed City Council that the city’s long-overdue 2014 annual financial report is complete.
As Virginia considers how to comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new carbon reduction mandate, utilities continue to warn of higher electricity bills, while renewable energy advocates see a chance to expand in a state that relies almost entirely on coal, natural gas and uranium for its power supply.
Federal authorities on Monday charged a Fairfax County woman in connection with three fraud schemes involving more than $1 million in losses, including the embezzlement of $653,000 from the campaign account of Sen. Richard L. Saslaw, D-Fairfax.
Myles Brown, a senior at St. Christopher’s School, claimed this year’s $10,000 scholarship based on his high school achievements.
Bring a fork to this fundraiser.
The menus are coming in for Richmond Restaurant Week 2015.
There are some changes from the spring list -- six fewer restaurants, four of which closed since the spring.
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