Last month, a local chain of coworking venues that sought legislative help had a bill introduced to get the Virginia ABC off its back.
As the fate of one proposal to redevelop the Coliseum and surrounding area remains in apparent limbo, a local developer is offering an alternate proposal to reinvigorate the 10-block stretch of downtown.
One of the city’s main arterial roads soon will have a new name.
Efforts to provide a new home for the Richmond Police Mounted Unit have hit a hurdle, as preliminary bids for a planned equestrian center to replace the unit’s stables on Brook Road all came in at more than $1 million over budget.
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.