“Reopen With Love 2.0” was the mantra being espoused by Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras as thousands of students returned to the classroom last week for in-person learning for the first time since March 2020 and the onset of ...
It’s gone. The six-story statue of Confeder- ate Gen. Robert E. Lee, which stood as a towering symbol of white supremacy over Richmond and the South since 1890, is down.
We honor all those whose talents and hard work make our own lives possible each day.
Saturday, Aug. 28 is the 58th anniversary of the historic March on Washington.
We are not surprised by the partisanship that seems to be weighing down the efforts of the new Virginia Redis- tricting Commission to redraw the state’s legislative and Congressional districts. What did we expect?
Count us in when it comes to supporting the COVID-19 vaccine mandates issued last week by Richmond Mayor Levar M. Stoney and Gov. Ralph S. Northam.
We hope the results of the probe announced last week by Special Prosecutor Timothy A. Martin will put to rest any notions of impropriety or wrongdoing in the removal of the Confederate statues from Richmond.
On Friday and Saturday, the 5th District GOP Committee is hosting an “election integrity” rally at conservative Liberty University in Lynchburg.
It took real courage for gymnast Simone Biles to withdraw from team and individual all-around events this week at the Olympics in Tokyo.
We read with great interest “How the White Press Wrote Off Black America,” an opinion piece by New York Times editorial board member Brent Staples published in the newspaper’s July 10 edition.
This week marks the year anniversary of enlightenment for the NFL Washington Football Team, which announced on July 13, 2020, that it was dropping the offensive name the franchise had used since 1933.
There’s nothing better than the warm embrace of family.
“If we can liken life ...
We were quite interested in the U.S. Supreme Court’s opinion this week regarding the NCAA and student-athletes and what compensation students can expect for providing their talent to a college or university.
We are impressed by the scope of activities planned for Juneteenth and the great effort put forth by so many individuals and organizations to make a success of its first celebration as an official state holiday.