Richmond City Attorney Haskell C. Brown III resigned from his position Thursday morning, effective immediately. Brown, who worked in the city attorney's office since 1999, was arrested March 8 and charged with driving while intoxicated.
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A new report issued in late February by the city’s auditor’s office revealed that Richmond’s Department of Public Utilities has estimated more than 130,000 bills over the past year, has not developed a plan to replace aging equipment and has more than $60 million in backlogged unpaid bills.
Chesterfield County is proposing a $16 hourly wage for its full-time general government employees as part of the fiscal year 2024 budget.
Richmond residents could see their utility rates increase up to nearly 9% under Mayor Levar Stoney’s proposed $3 billion fiscal year 2023-24 budget.
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Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney, 41, and Brandy Washington tied the knot last week, a year after the couple got engaged.
State Sen. Jennifer McClellan, D-Richmond, speaks at the Richmond Marriott Tuesday night after winning a special election for the 4th District seat in Congress.
Richmond is one step closer to more affordable transit following the City Council’s unanimous vote Monday night to update its e-scooter policy two years after its inception.
Although senators and delegates get most of the ink during a General Assembly session, the steady stream of visitors to the state Capitol in Richmond is a constant reminder of the 8.7 million Virginians whom lawmakers are there to serve.
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Attorney General Jason Miyares discusses the Parole Board probe.
Richmond has created a website for locating vehicles that have been towed.
Richmond is getting 1.5 acres at the northern end of North Seventh Street that city officials say might someday be part of a trail linking the Shockoe Hill Burying Ground Historic District and the historic sites in a future Enslaved African Heritage Campus in Shockoe Bottom.
The board approved the positions during its annual organizational meeting Wednesday night.
The Richmond City Council has elected Michael Jones to succeed council president Cynthia Newbille.
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The city will use the money to form four new 18-person fire companies.
Five developers have said they’re interested in Richmond’s plans to redevelop its downtown City Center Innovation District, where city officials hope to see a mixed-use complex of commercial and residential buildings.
Richmond bus fares will remain free until at least June 2024.
Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority has taken control of downtown’s long troubled Grace Place Apartments with promises for urgent work to make the high rise apartment building safe for tenants.
The Greater Richmond Transit Company is set to receive just over $4 million in grant funding from the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation to expand on-demand rider services.
Virginia’s Department of Rail and Public Transportation is getting the public’s input on a master plan to enhance transit access for the commonwealth’s most vulnerable residents.
Lane closures are planned at Chamberlayne Avenue and Lombardy Street for a roadwork project starting Monday.
Partnership was the theme of the day at Chesterfield’s “State of the County” gathering, as the spotlight was placed on Chesterfield’s 2022 accomplishments while previewing plans for 2023 and beyond.