Richmond’s new mayor Tom Butt made his first State of the City address on Tuesday night, announcing that “Richmond is open for business” and saying that his office is checking on the Hacienda public housing...
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The mayor and many of the 50 or so residents who filled the Whittlesey Community Room Friday night said it countless different ways, but it all boiled down to the same thing: 2011 was a...
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Mayor Gayle McLaughlin said Richmond is on the ascent.
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What Mayor Gayle McLaughlin's State of the City address Tuesday night may have lacked in a unifying theme, it compensated for in sheer breadth.