Alternative transportation was a big theme at City Hall Monday night as City Council voted on two long-delayed ordinances that will change how some Richmonders can get around.
Proposals to block a Northside bike lane from being installed and to rename a major arterial road in the city are on their way to Richmond City Council.
After a crackdown by the state’s alcohol regulator forced it to shelve its happy hours, a local coworking brand looks to the General Assembly for help.
As regulations to legalize dockless electric scooters and bicycles in Richmond make their way through City Hall, questions remain as to the effectiveness and fate of the city’s own bike share program.
A Northside development project and the formation of an Coliseum redevelopment advisory group are a go, while the future of dockless scooters and a Brook Road bike lane won’t be known for at least another month.
In a bid to build a new town hall, the Town of Ashland is planning a real estate swap of sorts.
A growing hub of public facilities along a stretch of Laburnum Avenue in eastern Henrico County is set to add lap lanes and flip turns to the mix.
A new brewery planned in Manchester was given the green light Tuesday night to take another step toward opening along Hull Street.
The proposal from a group of Richmond corporate heavyweights to redevelop the Coliseum and surrounding area north of Broad Street has the support of Mayor Levar Stoney – and a local bank on the hook as a major sponsor.
With a local contractor signed on to take the project vertical, a years-in-the-making redevelopment of a former East End high school site marked the start of construction with a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday.