Building Blocks 

Opinion: Contrary to Mayor Jones' suggestions, "right-sizing" schools while growing our city is contradictory.

Anyone who's been in, driven past or read about a Richmond Public School building in the last decade knows that our schools need a little TLC — about $35 million worth, according to a recent independent facilities report. In spite of the…

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