The Virginia Department of Transportation appears to be flouting a state law. That law, section 46.2-808 of the state code, requires the agency to post signs on entryways to the interstates stating that pedestrians, horseback riders, farm tractors, cyclists and ...
Remember the $166,000 in severance packages former Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones awarded to four members of his staff as his term ended last December and the $77,000 City Council awarded to three outgoing employees? Remember the vows of incoming ...
Richmond is losing another gas station on the edge of Downtown, but is set to gain a $100 million apartment tower in exchange.
A North Side elementary school is about to get a $4 million overhaul — complementing the housing developments that have begun reshaping the Highland Park community.
The A.V. Norrell Elementary School building in North Side, which was slated for closure, likely is going to fill up again with more school employees.
By every measure, Antionette V. Irving seemed to have no shot of winning her third attempt to unseat Richmond Sheriff C.T. Woody Jr.
Richmond Delegate Delores L. McQuinn is on her way to a fifth term in the House of Delegates.
The daughter of former Richmond City Councilman Chuck Richardson is now the Democratic Party nominee for city treasurer.
Tyreil Mayo and Gregory Jones both share a drive to succeed — a trait commonly found in top-performing students. But the 18-year-old John Marshall High School students, who marched across the stage Wednesday at the Altria Theater and received their ...
A father often hopes that his son will one day follow in his footsteps. And a son often dreams to fill his father’s shoes.
Get ready to splash.
Melvin D. “Hank” Carter has reached the summit of the city’s Fire Department. The 53-year-old Richmond native has been named the 21st chief of the Richmond Department of Fire and Emergency Services.
Guess who’s 16 and looking all grown up?
Virginia’s next governor will either be Democrat Ralph S. Northam or Republican Edward W. “Ed” Gillespie. The choice of the competitors was made by 900,000 voters who trooped to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in the primary elections for ...
After hashing out the details of outgoing Superintendent Dana T. Bedden’s early departure, the Richmond School Board selected Thomas E. Kranz, the school district’s chief operating officer, to serve as interim superintendent.