Forget the nitty-gritty

VCU says a $1 million lawsuit filed against it should be tossed out because the school is considered a “governmental instrumentality for the dissemination of education.”

And it's gone

After more than a year of waiting, Virginia Commonwealth University has finally demolished a 19th century building it owns at 734-736 W. Broad Street. The VCU Real Estate Foundation bought the building in 2010 for $600,000 to make way for an expansion of the student apartments at Broad and Belvidere. The building was built in 1889…. Read more »