City Council recognizes photographer Huestis Pratt Cook, gets public input on changes to GRTC’s CARE service

City Council recognized photographer Huestis Pratt Cook, heard public input on potential changes to GRTC’s CARE service, approved rezoning for a new development on Duryea Drive and funds for the Chimborazo International Baccalaureate, and more.

Council votes to kill Samuels’s baseball referendum

This week City Council once again continued the Monument Avenue CAR reversal and pushed the Captain Buzzy’s SUP decision back until September. The public will not get the chance to vote on where to place a new baseball stadium, and six great teenagers were recognized.

City Council: The perfect meeting

This week at City Council: nothing too controversial, two appointments, and the appropriation of $11 million towards new parking.

City Council: Most of agenda continued to next meeting

What looked to be an almost token City Council meeting on Monday evening completely lived down to expectations.

School Board votes to close Clark Springs, move forward with rezoning

On Monday, the Richmond School Board voted 5-4 to move forward with a plan for elementary school rezoning and school closings.

Parents, teachers turn out to keep Clark Springs open

The Richmond School Board held the first of two public hearings on the difficult decision of whether or not to close Clark Springs Elementary School.

A primer on rezoning and school closing

The School Board of Richmond Public Schools will consider closing three schools. Why would they want to, why it’s controversial, and what happens next.

Bike to Work 2013

Around 90 people met in Monroe Park this morning for the annual Bike to Work ride.

City Council recognizes Louis Draper, approves Scott’s Addition development

Richmond photographer is honored, Parker Agelasto shaves his beard, and more from last night’s City Council meeting.

City Council tackles bicycles, new park in Fulton, more…

Bicycle and moped owners! Do NOT lock your bikes and mopeds to city-owned trees! A look at the legislation passed by City Council last night.

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