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Jun 28, 2021

Virginia hopes to remove time capsule along with Lee statue

(AP) If a court clears the way, the state of Virginia expects to remove not just a soaring statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from Richmond’s historic Monument Avenue but also a little-known piece of history tucked inside the massive sculpture’s base: a 134-year-old time capsule. Historical records and recent imaging tests suggest the […]

Oct 19, 2020

Richmond diocese paying $6.3 million to sexual abuse victims

The Catholic Diocese of Richmond is paying $6.3 million to 51 people who were sexually abused as minors by clergy members, according to an Oct. 15 report on its website. In February, the Richmond diocese launched the Independent Reconciliation Program. From April 3 to May 15, victims who were sexually abused as minors by clergy members were able to file […]

Oct 12, 2020

Richmond law firm defending claims in Florida

A Richmond business law firm and two lawyer members are defending claims in federal court in Florida arising from an investment venture that went sour for two participants. A U.S. District Judge sitting in Tampa on Sept. 7 dismissed a fraud claim leaving  a legal malpractice claim to go forward against Kaplan Voekler Cunningham & […]

May 22, 2018

Group to hold first meeting on reducing Virginia evictions

(AP) A new coalition of affordable housing advocates, lawyers and property managers is starting work on its goal to bring down high eviction rates in Richmond and four other cities in Virginia. The Campaign to Reduce Eviction is scheduled to hold its first meeting May 22 in Richmond. The coalition formed last month after data published […]

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