Obama coming to city to stump for Northam

Former President Barack Obama is coming to Richmond next week to stump for Ralph Northam, the Democratic nominee for governor.


The Richmond Voter Registrar’s Office is open 8 a.m

RPS hosts Resource Fair this Saturday

Richmond Public Schools will host a resource fair for parents of 4-year-olds from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Science Museum of Virginia, 2500 W. Broad St.

McQuinn may be unseated from Slave Trail Commission

For 12 years, Richmond Delegate Delores L. McQuinn has led the city’s Slave Trail Commission to bring attention to the history and legacy of slavery in Richmond.

Lt. gov. debate draws final fire

Sharp and often heated remarks about abortion, education and guns and health care dominated the lieutenant governor candidates’ final debate Oct. 5 at the University of Richmond.

Richmond Crusade for Voters endorses diverse slate

The Richmond Crusade for Voters this week, as expected, endorsed the statewide Democratic ticket of Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam for governor, Justin Fairfax for lieutenant governor and Mark Herring for re-election to attorney general. But the city’s oldest and largest ...

Carol Adams to run as write-in for sheriff

Richmond Police Sgt. Carol D. Adams is jumping into the race to replace outgoing Sheriff C.T. Woody Jr. Fresh from receiving a City Council award for community service, Sgt. Adams announced Wednesday she would compete as a write-in candidate for ...

Sen. Kaine visits new vocational school for former felons

When Kenneth Williams got out of prison, he found work in construction and began rebuilding his life. Thirty years later, the veteran 68-year-old contractor strives to help other felons follow in his footsteps by teaching them carpentry, plumbing and other ...

Getting a pass?

Are public schools that are labeled fully accredited actually providing a good education for at least the large majority of their students?

Commission selects 10 for Emancipation Proclamation and Freedom Monument on Brown’s Island

Two leaders of slave rebellions and a Union spy will be among the 10 people who will be featured on the planned Emancipation Proclamation and Freedom Monument to go up on Brown’s Island in Downtown.

City denies owing overtime pay to former mayor’s security detail

That is City Hall’s response to a lawsuit that four members of former Mayor Dwight C. Jones’ executive protection detail have filed alleging they were denied overtime pay when they worked more than 40 hours a week. The legal tussle ...

City attorney: City Council has no authority to remove Confederate statues

Does Richmond City Council have the legal authority to remove or relocate the Confederate statues from Monument Avenue?

Fish farming in Fairfield Court?

Could fish farming be a way up for residents of public housing? Eric Samuelson believes it is a winning idea. And he’s hoping to find government officials who are willing to test it. “I get paid by private business to ...

Mother, daughter reunited 50 years after adoption

Bonnie L. Davis grew up in an adoptive family, but always longed to find her biological mother. But the Richmond middle school English teacher, church musician and creative writer, found it nearly impossible, despite spending years seeking records in Louisville, ...

Deadline to register to vote Monday, Oct. 16

On Tuesday, Nov. 7, voters will go to the polls to elect Virginia’s governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and members of the Virginia House of Delegates.