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During the Revolutionary War period, several notable events occurred in Richmond, including Patrick Henry's "Give me liberty or give me death" speech in 1775 at St. John's Church. Richmond's economy is primarily driven by law, finance, and government with several notable legal and banking firms, as well as federal, state, and local governmental agencies, located in the downtown area.

Population: 200123
Local Newspapers: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Local Sports Teams: Richmond Flying Squirrels (Double A Baseball) VCU Rams
Local Colleges: Virginia Commonwealth University University of Richmond

Zip Codes associated with richmond, virginia: 23219 23220 23221 23222 23223 23224 23225 23226 23227 23228 23229 23230 23231 23233 23234 23235 23236 23237 23294
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Richmond News
Richmond mayor: Keep Confederate statues, but add context

The mayor of Richmond, Virginia, says the city's towering Confederate monuments should not be taken down, but instead should be supplemented with historical context about why they were built. Mayor Levar Stoney announced Thursday that a commission of historians, authors and community leaders will solicit public input and make suggestions for telling "the real story" of the monuments.

Richmond mayor: Keep Confederate statues, but add context

In this Sept. 27, 2015 file photo the peloton of the UCI Elite Men's Road World Championship passes by the statue of Confederate Gen.

Things are heating up at Innsbrook After Hours this summer

RICHMOND, Va. - Innsbrook After Hours has brought the Central Virginia area great live music for over 30 years.

Plans to renovate Overby-Sheppard Elementary move forward

The staff and students at Overby-Sheppard Elementary School in Richmond will be temporarily relocated while the school undergoes renovations. Starting today, the students and staff will move to Clark Springs Elementary School which is about three miles away from Overby-Sheppard on W. Baker Street.

Get *Spicy with "Shaynefully Delicious"

RICHMOND, Va. - Shayne Rogers, AKA "Chef Shon-Yay," was back in the Virginia This Morning kitchen.

ASK Day encourages parents to ask questions about gun safety

Easy access to guns in the home can lead to tragic consequences. That's why doctors and child safety advocates want parents to speak up before sending their kids to someone else's house.

RPD officer, state trooper injured in crash following Richmond pursuit

A Richmond Police Officer and Virginia State Police Trooper were injured Wednesday evening during a pursuit of a vehicle in South Richmond. Police said the incident started when the trooper and police officer, who were teaming up as a part of the Fugitive and Firearms Infinitive, spotted a vehicle impeding traffic at the intersection of 28th and Terminal Ave. Richmond Deputy Chief Steve Drew says the pursuit went through Brock Rock Boulevard and into the area of Clarkson Road in the Southwood Community.

Signature sounds from The J.O.B.

RICHMOND, Va. - Jim O'Ferrell and Jason Crawford formed "The J.O.B." after Jim returned home from the War in Iraq in 2008.

Richmond police searching for armed robbery suspect

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University of Richmond now buzzing with bees

Two honeybee hives have been installed on the University of Richmond campus to provide sustainability resources and research opportunities. The hives are located between the Wilton Center by Cannon Memorial Chapel and the steam plant.

The Kitchen Magician's Thai Coconut Soup

RICHMOND, Va. - Richmond Caterer Ausar AriAnkh, owner of "The Kitchen Magician Catering Company", enjoys infusing fresh herbs and spices into his delicious flavor packed recipes.

Find the right fit* at The Good Feet Store

RICHMOND, Va. - Children's feet differ from adult's feet, and have different needs when it comes to fit and support.

Man shot inside of South Richmond apartments

Police are investigating after a man was shot inside of an apartment on Richmond's Southside Tuesday night, Crime Insider sources tell Jon Burkett. Those sources said police received a call for a man shot inside of a second floor unit at Ashton Square apartments, in the 600 block of Westover Hills Boulevard.

Why a Virginia man turned himself in nearly a decade after robbing banks

"Asked him if he did, and he said 'no I didn't,'" Amos said from inside the Riverside Regional Jail. "I walked him over there, and I stood in the driveway and I made him go up to the door by himself and he did and he was just soa he was so brave," Amos said.

Attorneys: Man needs mental health treatment, not execution

This undated file photo provided by the Virginia Department of Corrections shows convicted murderer William Morva, at the Greenville Correctional Center in Jarratt, Va. Morva was convicted in 2008 for the murders of three people, is scheduled to be executed on July 6. Morva's attorneys said Wednesday that they have filed a clemency petition urging the Democratic governor to stop the man's execution scheduled for July 6. less FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Virginia Department of Corrections shows convicted murderer William Morva, at the Greenville Correctional Center in Jarratt, Va.

Rough road conditions causing headache for Richmond drivers

Azalea Avenue between Route 301 and Route 1 has been crumbling for a while, and drivers say temporary fixes aren't enough. "I been told that the city doesn't want to do anything and the county doesn't want to do anything with the road," Masters said.

Foo Fighters coming back to Richmond, set to play The Coliseum

The Foo Fighters are coming back to Richmond for the first time since playing a famously crowd-funded show at The National in 2014. This time, they're back to play a slightly larger venue at The Coliseum in support of their new album "Concrete and Gold" on October 14. The eagerly anticipated new album drops on September 15. It will be the band's ninth studio album.

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