Jeremy M. Lazarus

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Hearing on Coliseum referendum petitions set for Sept. 30

The leader of a drive to allow voters to weigh in on the proposed Coliseum-replacement plan will get a chance to prove he submitted enough signatures to get a referendum on the proposal on the Nov. 5 ballot.

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Growing rift

City Council members angered by their colleagues’ action on Coliseum replacement proposal

The divisions among City Council members over the Coliseum replacement plan appear to be hardening.

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Broken promises end legacy at 17th Street Farmers’ Market

They have been fixtures at the 17th Street Farmers’ Market in Shockoe Bottom for decades, just like their parents and grandparents before them. Now, sisters Evelyn Luceal Allen, 84, and Rosa L. Fleming, 80, have closed their stand beside the market from which they daily sold greens, tomatoes, watermelons, potatoes and other produce grown on their land in Hanover County.

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RPS bus service for preschool program not in full operation

The free bus service that was supposed to drive more parents to enroll their 4-year-old children in a Richmond Public Schools preschool program has yet to fully materialize despite administrative promises.

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Daily Planet marks 50 years of vital service to the community

In 1969, concern about an epidemic of runaway and disaffected teens led to the creation of an organization offering a caring place with shelter, meals, health clinics and counseling without judgment.

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'Take Your Community Back' motorcycle and auto ride Sept. 28

LaTasha S. “Tasha” Kenney is hoping hun- dreds of people will take part in an upcoming anti-violence action aimed at benefiting the families of two children who were victims of gun violence.

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She’s out

The No. 2 official at City Hall has lost her job.

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Federal appeals court ruling sets precedent in 'unreasonable' search case

Can police officers stop and search a random group of people found near a location where the officers believe gunshots have been fired? And even if the shooter is not among them, can they arrest an uninvolved person who turns out to be carrying a gun illegally as the result of a felony record?

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Blackwell developer and mortgage executive facing federal fraud charges

An energetic entrepreneur who with his wife sought to upgrade housing in the Blackwell community and add new businesses to Manchester’s old downtown along Hull Street is facing federal fraud charges.

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Civil rights exhibit at City Hall

The words and photographs of 28 area residents who participated in the Civil Rights Movement in Richmond are now on display in City Hall.

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