For more than four years, former schoolteacher Kandise Lucas has repeatedly condemned the Virginia Department of Education for its alleged failure to intervene against schools in the Richmond area and across the state that are denying special needs children a ...
A 3-foot change could help working parents — most notably single mothers — keep their jobs or avoid the cost of expensive day care.
In his four decades of studying history around the world and interpreting it through professional sculpture work, Richmonder Paul DiPasquale has faced many a challenge. Today, he is in the midst of helping the city turn a major page in ...
The spread of COVID-19 has slowed in Richmond – but the city isn’t in the clear just yet.
The Richmond and Henrico County health districts are offering testing 9 to 11 a.m. at the following locations:
The rural tranquility of Union Hill — a community that newly freed slaves built in Buckingham County after the Civil War — is no longer facing disturbance from a giant, noisy natural gas compressor.
As the city’s second Confederate monument was being taken down last week, Mayor Levar M. Stoney, schools Superintendent Jason Kamras, School Board Chair Linda Owen and Vice Chair Cheryl Burke toured one of three educational monuments under construction that are ...
Former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder is accusing the state library of racism for its slow pace in processing and publicly presenting records from his tenure as the nation’s first elected African-American governor.
The National Park Service is hosting a range of activities to celebrate the 156th birthday of Maggie L. Walker, the first African-American woman in the nation to charter a bank and become its president.
The Woodland Cemetery Volunteers are holding a work day this weekend at the historic African-American cemetery in honor of the birthday of the late Arthur Ashe Jr., who is buried there.
Remember when a group of gun toters invaded City Hall to protest gun controls and jangled nerves at a City Council meeting as they filled the seats?
Does a nonprofit group authorized by City Hall to manage Monroe Park need a bailout?
A private lab based in the Richmond area announced Tuesday that it is adding 400 employees to conduct and process tests for COVID-19.
For Gerald M. Smith, the first day as Richmond’s new police chief was anything but routine.
From marches to nighttime clashes and courtroom battles, the demand for racial justice and an end to police violence continues in Richmond — now the epicenter of Virginia protests and police actions to control the situation more than a month ...