Wednesday, April 3, 2002

The Score

Posted on Wed, Apr 3, 2002 at 12:00 AM

+2 Citing such activities as golf, parks and whitewater sports, the April issue of Cooking Light magazine names Richmond one of the top 10 cities in the country "most fit for healthy living." That is, if you don't catch gonorrhea first..

-3 The company that runs Richmond's buses, the GRTC, wants to spend up to $250,000 to find out whether it should bring trolleys back to shuttle tourists between attractions downtown. Forget the trolleys. How about tourists?



0 A judge sets aside the conviction of Beverly Monroe, found guilty in 1992 of the mysterious death of her millionaire lover Roger de la Burde. It only took 10 years, and Monroe spending seven years in prison.



+1 After a fire damages part of Two James Center, hundreds of employees scramble to find temporary space and keep working. Among the relocated: Wachovia Corp. This is perhaps the first time in Richmond history a bank moves and doesn't leave for Charlotte.



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