A giant question mark now hangs over 5th District City Councilman Parker C. Agelasto. His continued service on Richmond’s governing body appears to be in jeopardy after a constituent who is a former state elections official disclosed to the media ...
Residents of public housing can expect to see their apartment complexes come under the control and management of private landlords.
Raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour is expected to be a top Democratic priority in the next Congress, and U.S. Rep. Robert C. “Bobby” Scott of Newport News will be in a prime position to lead the charge ...
A bipartisan group of five legislators will try again to get the Virginia General Assembly to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in the next legislative session.
Richmond often is called a city of lights. One reason is the “Love Lights” program in which a myriad of Downtown buildings are outlined in lights during the Christmas season.
Richmond Public Library to take over equipment, programming for city’s public access cable TV station
The Richmond Public Library is poised to add a new element to its offerings — a TV studio that will allow residents to continue to air live shows on a Comcast public access channel.
A new Richmond event to promote kindness and love of neighbors will take place from 10 am. to 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 23, it has been announced.
Public health programs in Richmond and Henrico County are expected to work more closely together now that they have the same director, Dr. Danny Avula.
Groundbreaking on three new Richmond school buildings will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 19, it has been announced.
In observance of Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 22, please note the following closings:
Three Richmond teachers are among 16 public school teachers being recognized with the 2018 R.E.B. Awards for Teaching Excellence.
This week, the Free Press hit the streets and asked Richmond area residents:
Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and fellowship. But it also can be a stressful and lonely time for others.
“I’m done. I don’t have another position waiting.” So said Richmond Police Chief Alfred Durham after publicly announcing Tuesday he will retire effective Sunday, Dec. 31.
This is a special week for Binford Middle School student Jalia Hardy. The 13-year-old won the statewide “If I Were Mayor” essay contest during the spring sponsored by the Virginia Municipal League that challenged seventh-graders to describe what they would ...