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RICHMOND – Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed an executive order on Wednesday, March 25 meant to improve the law enforcement arm of the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

Governor orders training for ABC agents

RICHMOND – Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed an executive order on Wednesday, March 25 meant to improve the law enforcement arm of the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

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Richmond growing faster than suburbs

The city of Richmond is growing in population faster than its suburban neighbors, according to data released today by the U.S. Census Bureau.

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The sight of a hobbling Briante Weber in tears with a heartbroken Treveon Graham and Jarred Guest signified the end of an era on March 19. The season was over and so was the dominant run of a senior class that embodied HAVOC and the spirit of VCU basketball.

Departing seniors leave a long lasting legacy in VCU

The sight of a hobbling Briante Weber in tears with a heartbroken Treveon Graham and Jarred Guest signified the end of an era on March 19. The season was over and so was the dominant run of a senior class that embodied HAVOC and the spirit of VCU basketball.

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Adopting a higher IQ

A recent collaborative study between VCU, University of Virginia, and Lund University in Sweden, explores the effects of a child’s environment during their cognitive development.

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VCU procures more property

VCU procures more property

Matt Leonard Online Content Editor The reach of VCU’s real estate holdings continues to increase with the purchase of a property at the intersection of Broad and Belvidere streets. The property, located at 535 W. Broad St., was purchased by the VCU Real Estate Foundation for $3.15 million on March 2, according to city documents. […]

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