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Where We Live

WCVE News has launched an ongoing series on housing called Where We Live. We’ll be looking at a range of issues, from affordability and housing policy, to homelessness and segregation.

To listen to these special reports, select from the features below.

Richmond Can’t Combat Crime Without Addressing Public Housing, Mike Herring Says

Amid Gentrification, Little-Known Tax Relief Program Could Help More Richmond Seniors Age In Place

One Door At A Time: Henrico Couple Brings Back Neighborly Values

Hundreds Exit Homelessness in Richmond Through Housing First Model

As Winter Sets In, Richmond’s Emergency Shelter Capacity Stretched Thin

Richmond Youth Host Home Program Provides Housing, Family To Young People

Local Groups Work To Tackle Student Homelessness, Eviction Starting In School

For Virginia Homebuyers, Rent-to-Own Homes Often Too Good To Be True

New Tool Empowers Citizens To Negotiate Directly With Developers

Vacant Properties Slated For Permanently Affordable Housing

How Do Federal Tax Credits Fund Richmond's Affordable Housing?

How Richmond’s Tax Abatements Connect To Affordable Housing

How Richmond Grapples With How To Expand Affordable Housing

What Is Affordable Housing?

What Does Housing Mean To You?

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