Speaking before a packed auditorium at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture, Stoney announced the plan along with a 20-year capital improvement plan to make needed investments in city streets, sidewalks, community centers, and city transportation fleet, among other priorities.
At a press conference Thursday, victims who have lost loved ones to distracted driving gathered to share their stories and promote a bill that would expand restrictions on handheld device use while driving.
Tension filled the room Wednesday as a House subcommittee voted to kill a bill that would let localities decide whether to remove or modify Confederate monuments in their jurisdictions.
The project is part of an initiative that began one year ago and included the retiming of 71 intersections in the Southside, 17 in the Northside, and 179 in the Downtown Area.
A new tool is now helping the Richmond Department of Emergency Communications to get fast, accurate location information from mobile devices for emergencies.
As hundreds of teachers and supporters from around the state marched to the Virginia Capitol to call for higher salaries and more funding for public schools, legislative leaders announced Monday that they would include a 5 percent pay raise for teachers in the state budget.
A look into the history of Richmond places and people that have disappeared from our landscape.
An international ideas competition challenged designers to rethink the historic boulevard.
A legislative subcommittee voted 6-4 Tuesday in favor of a bill that would make food stamps available to people convicted of drug-related felonies.
A House of Delegates subcommittee killed four bills to ratify the federal Equal Rights Amendment in a 4-2 party-line vote Tuesday amid verbal conflicts between the chairwoman and members of the audience.