Richmond’s treasury is bulging with unspent dollars, according to two members of City Council.
The three University of Virginia football players killed in an on-campus shooting on Sunday were remembered by their head coach as “incredible young men with huge aspirations and extremely bright futures.”
At 80, Gayle Freeland is struggling to keep a roof over her head.
Republicans won control of the U.S. House on Wednesday, returning the party to power in Washington and giving conservatives leverage to blunt President Biden’s agenda and spur a flurry of investigations. But a threadbare majority will pose immediate challenges for ...
The Mellon Foundation and Art for Justice Fund have awarded multimedia visual artist, composer and musician Paul Rucker $2 million to create Cary Forward — a multidisciplinary arts space, interpretive center, artist/re- searcher residency and archival lending library, according to ...
Free community testing for COVID-19 continues.
The Richmond and Henrico Health Districts are now offering walk-up monkeypox vaccination clinics for residents who qualify.
The Armstrong-Walker Football Classic Legacy Project has several events scheduled the weekend after Thanksgiving.
Since late August, incarcerated men at Virginia’s privately-owned Lawrenceville Correctional Center experienced increased restrictions and punishments. What started with the end of outdoor activities and the cancellation of visitations from friends and family without warning grew to include stringent cleanliness ...
Artist and composer Paul Rucker long has been frustrated by the loud music that blasts into his Downtown residence from nearby clubs. He is among those thrilled that City Council on Monday unanimously approved a major overhaul of the city’s ...
Virginia Commonwealth University’s five health science schools are committing $4 million to enroll and train more minority students in an effort to increase the diversity, equity and inclusivity of health care in Virginia and beyond.
Joseph E. “Joey” Matthews received City Council’s recog- nition award Monday night for his volunteer efforts to collect and distribute food, clothes and household items to people in Richmond.
Myra Griffin has found the biggest problem placing people in jobs is transportation.
Two free Thanksgiving dinners are being prepared for the Richmond community.
The movement for “parents’ rights” saw many of its candidates come up short in this year’s midterm elections. But if history is any guide, the cause is sure to live on — in one form or another.