the score

A weekly ranking of the city zeitgeist

A Chesterfield County supervisor says she was scared when John King, state leader of the white-supremacist group that met in the county recently, approached her in a Food Lion parking lot. Apparently, he was attracted by the hood of her car.


Richmond's new police chief launches a crackdown on drugs, and announces the arrests of 12 people who allegedly ran two open-air drug markets in the North Side. For the record, Walgreens with drive-throughs are not considered open-air drug markets.


The University of Richmond decides to undertake a $35 million expansion of its Gottwald Science Center. VCU president Eugene Trani immediately wages a campaign to name it after himself.


To benefit the Central Virginia Food Bank, Richmond drivers drop off a little more than three tons of canned food at toll plazas across the city. Meanwhile, local children rejoice that mothers have rid shelves of creamed corn and beets.


This week's score: 0

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