English Ivy, Silent Killer? 

These Richmonders are worried the city will soon be swallowed by vines.

Forget its sophisticated, collegiate reputation. For two Richmonders, those lush, green walls of ivy that proliferate across the city are an invasive scourge that must be banished. "It's unfortunate that it can look so beautiful to people, and yet it's not…

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