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Our friend the hawk

We have plenty of birds in the neighborhood and was happy to grab this photos. Now if only I could get a picture of the noisy owls in the Magnolia tree on the next block.

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My family and I live in Westover Hills and have a fountain on the back patio. It has served as an oasis for birds over the years. This year for the first time in the 10+ years of having the fountain a local Cooper’s Hawk (if I’ve misidentified please let me know ) has paid a couple visits to partake in the water. You’ll notice in some of the photos the fountain is a little low. That has been remedied.

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Richard Hayes is the co-founder of RVAHub. When he isn't rounding up neighborhood news, he's likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest board game.

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Music in the Park Returns

There will be two free concerts held at Forest Hill Park.

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Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters on Friday at Forest Hill Park

The weather hasn’t been kind to this year’s Movies in the park hopefully we’ll luck out.

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This Friday night Richmond VA Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities is showing Ghostbusters (the original Bill Murray classic) at Forest Hill Park. Bring your blanket, snacks and non-alcoholic drinks. The movie starts when it’s dark enough.

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Richmond BizSense.com Reporting Bank of America Near O’Toole’s Closing Permanently

The bank closed “temporarily” at the start of the Covid-19 crisis. The temporary closure is now permanent.

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From Richmond BizSense.com.

The ATM onsite will remain operational for 18 months following the closure. Bank of America owns the Forest Hill property. It did not say what it will do with the real estate going forward.

The bank said the closure is part of its continued efforts to monitor the performance of its retail branches as mobile and online banking become more prevalent and to close those that are seeing a decline in foot traffic.

The building will be closed in September.

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