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Richmond, Virginia is located in Richmond County. Zip codes in Richmond, VA include 23293, 23226, and 23279. The median home price in Richmond is $159,000 which is roughly $106/per square foot. More Richmond information.

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1 hr ago | WTVR Richmond

Treat yourself to the "honest pop" sound of Griff's Room Band

"Honest Pop" music group Griff's Room Band delighted us with two outstanding performances of their original songs from their new EP, 'Shut The Case.' David Adley, Liam Anastasia-Murphy, and Michael Cammarata combine tight vocal harmonies and sweet string solos to make their fun and unique sound.

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2 hrs ago | WRIC-TV Richmond

Governor McAuliffe and Mayor Dwight Jones Speak

The Governor and Richmond Mayor speak at a press conference announced a new state grant for a local grocery store. Governor Terry McAuliffe and Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones announced a state grant Tuesday to go to a Scott's Addition grocery store.

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3 hrs ago | WTVR Richmond

Check out the most expensive home sold around Richmond last month

More than 6,200 square feet, a lighted tennis court, a pool house and eight acres overlooking the Kanawha Club helped a Goochland County estate find a buyer at $1.9 million last month. The property, at 745 River Road West, was the highest-priced home sold in the Richmond market in August, according to the Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service .

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7 hrs ago | WRIC-TV Richmond

Richmond, Chesterfield to Announce Which Schools Fully Accredited

Richmond and Chesterfield will announce which schools in its districts are fully accredited today. This comes after Henrico County schools announced that more than 40% of the county's schools will likely be denied full accreditation this year .

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7 hrs ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press

Richmond home builder plans expansion to Peninsula

Powhatan-based Mitchell Homes is expanding to the Peninsula with a sales and design center slated to open in October. "We're looking to expand our footprint," Mitchell Homes President Scott Sleeme said.

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8 hrs ago | WRIC-TV Richmond

Richmond police: 2 dead in apartment shooting

Capt. Martin A. Harrison tells media outlets that police received a call shortly after 10 p.m. Monday about shots fired at the Meadow Creek apartment complex. He says the bodies of a man and a woman were found inside an apartment.

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9 hrs ago | Cavalier Daily

State university budget cuts higher than previously expected

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, D-VA, met with leaders of the General Assembly Monday morning to discuss cuts to the two-year state budget, announcing an agreement Monday afternoon. The University will increase cuts to 6.6 percent for a total of $8.1 million, according to Monday's press release.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

WTVR Richmond

Suspect fleeing police narrowly misses hitting kids in Henrico neighborhood

A twisted stop sign doesn't look like much but people living on Wilmer Avenue say it's a reminder of a driver out of control, who had no regard for kids playing outside. After pursuing a suspect Monday, Richmond Police drove off as Henrico Police stood by.

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Business Journal

NESN hires a new reporter to work the rink at Bruins games

The sports network has hired Guerin Austin as a rink-side reporter to cover Bruins games. Austin will also handle features on "NESN Sports Today" and "NESN Live."

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Neatorama

Men of the Manhattan Project in Matches

Noah Scalin , an artist in Richmond, Virginia, is endlessly inventive in his choice of materials. We've previously seen him build skull art every day for an entire year, funny faces with food on plates, and a portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson out of electrical sockets.

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Richmond 'Comes Out' As A Gay Destination

Against the backdrop of a challenge to Virginia's ban on gay marriage reaching the U.S. Supreme Court, Richmond has "come out" as a destination for LGBT tourists. The bold appeal is from the organization Richmond Region Tourism, whose campaign declaring that Richmond is leaving the closet behind is being broadcast through print ads, online banner ads and on social media.

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WRIC-TV Richmond

Richmond Police Searching for Gas Station Robber

Police are seeking the public's help in finding a man who robbed a Richmond convenience store at gunpoint earlier this month. According to Richmond Police, a man walked in the BP Amoco gas station in the 2800 block of Broad Rock Blvd and robbed the employee working their at gunpoint.

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WTVR Richmond

Suspected robber arrested after he returns to pick up loot stashed in bush

A Richmond man was arrested after police said he returned to a home in the Fan that had been burglarized to pick up loot he'd hidden in a bush. The suspect returned to the scene of the crime about 20 minutes after he successfully evaded capture, according to a Richmond Police Department Facebook post .

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WUSA-TV Washington

Governor, lawmakers announce Va. budget cuts

Governor, lawmakers announce Va. budget cuts RICHMOND, Va. - Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe and state lawmakers are announcing cuts to state agencies, universities, and local governments Check out this story on WUSA9.com: http://on.wusa9.com/1tWL82v RICHMOND, Va.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

WTVR Richmond

Celebrating 200 years of the Star Spangled Banner in Richmond

More than just a game day starter. people across America could be heard singing the national anthem Sunday in celebration of the song's 200th anniversary .

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WTVR Richmond

Richmond Chief Administrative Officer Byron Marshall resigns from City Hall

Richmond Chief Administrative Officer Byron Marshall is no longer employed by the city of Richmond, multiple sources confirmed to CBS 6 reporters Sandra Jones and Joe St. George. Richmond City Council members were informed of Marshall's resignation late Sunday evening.

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WTVR Richmond

A Jedi family from Virginia Beach. PHOTO: Alix Bryan

RICHMOND, Va. - Pop culture was at its finest and enthusiastically on display as thousands showed up, many in costume, for the first Wizard World Comic Con in Richmond Fans of the "Evil Dead," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Breaking Bad," and the original "Batman," came out to meet actors from those shows; Bruce Campbell, James Marsters, Adam West, Burt Ward, Giancarlo Esposito and former Power Ranger Jason David Frank were all in town.

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USA Today

Craft brewers place greater emphasis on quality

Beer drinkers expect every time they crack a can or bottle that it will taste the same as the last. Craft brewers place greater emphasis on quality Beer drinkers expect every time they crack a can or bottle that it will taste the same as the last.

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A-Infos Radio Project

Global A Go-Go: September 12, 2014, Segment 1

Produced live in the studios of WRIR 97.3 FM Richmond Independent Radio in Richmond, Virginia every Friday from 5 to 7 PM. Available as a webstream simulcast at wrir.org.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Lab Management Today

Ellen Bostock, CDT

The BRIDGE is an online network from LMT dedicated exclusively for members of the Dental Laboratory community. Join free to connect with Ellen.

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