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The Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch Thursday announced it is laying off 59 employees, eliminating 31 open positions and delaying pay raises for non-union workers. In a story posted on its Web site, the newspaper said the job cuts affect 11 of its departments, including editorial, news, production, circulation, marketing, business and advertising. The newspaper said the jobs cut came in response to ad revenue losses -- including a loss of classified ad revenue -- and what it called a difficult...
Radio One Inc., a radio broadcast company that primarily targets African-American and urban listeners, and the Hip Hop Caucus want to register 50,000 voters in a one-day nationwide registration drive on Tuesday.
The Richmond school system has a few ideas for getting more life out of its closed A.V. Norrell Elementary School Annex, but it wants the public to chime in. Beginning at 6 p.m. Wednesday, school officials will be at the building at 201 W. Graham Road to hear public comments.
By Will Jones, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jul. 24--Richmond Mayor L. Douglas Wilder yesterday promised "appropriate action," including possible firings, following an audit that found excessive misuse of computers at the city's print shop.
By David Ress, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jul. 23--In-house customers of Richmond City Hall's print shop have found it takes a long time to get work done -- but then some of the shop's workers have been awfully busy lately.
By Jeremy Slayton, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jul. 17--Dr. Harvey Morris Laub could have taken a different approach to life. After all, his parents, Jenny and Leo Laub, narrowly survived Nazi Germany during the Holocaust, and many of their family members died. Despite that, Dr.
By Tyler Whitley, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jul. 12--With gasoline prices at $4 a gallon, Rep. Eric I. Cantor, R-7th, yesterday renewed his call for a lifting of the federal moratorium on drilling for oil or gas off the East Coast.
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