Morning Links

Free dirt for Stone, reprieve for a pig and auditing the auditors.


The mayor’s office says the early application permits for the Stone Brewing project were about getting free dirt for the project. Critics don’t sound convinced. [Times-Dispatch]

Tucker the pig can stay, for now. Supervisors postponed a vote on the family pet until January. [WRIC, WWBT]

A city audit employee is audited. [Style]

Ten protestors against low wages at fast food restaurants have been ordered to cover the cost of the police response to a demonstration they staged outside a McDonald’s on the Mechanicsville Turnpike. [Times-Dispatch]

Ex-HDL executive Tonya Mallory now runs a small machine shop. [Richmond BizSense]

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