The need for food and shelter grows for city’s homeless

“The need has tripled,” Rhonda Sneed said. “More and more people are experiencing a crisis at this time, and so many with food insecurity. I am seeing more people seeking some form of nourishment from a trash receptacle.”

Shielding from responsibility?

Mayor Levar M. Stoney joined community partners Tuesday to announce the city is all for trying to prevent the killings that leave bodies in the street and families in mourning. However, during his City Hall press conference, the mayor didn’t ...

5 takeaways from The Associated Press series on health disparities impacting Black Americans

The Associated Press spent a year examining how racial health disparities have harmed generations of Black Americans.

House OKs debt ceiling bill to avoid default, sends Biden-McCarthy deal to Senate

Veering away from a default crisis, the House approved a debt ceiling and budget cuts package late Wednesday, as President Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy assembled a bipartisan coalition of centrist Democrats and Republicans against fierce conservative blowback and progressive ...

Free community testing for COVID-19 continues

The Richmond and Henrico County health districts are offering testing at the following locations:

Richmond Region Tourism launches destination marketing campaign

Quick. What comes to mind when you think about Richmond and surrounding areas?

Agreement limits low-income housing in redeveloped Creighton Court

Highly visible work is underway along Nine Mile Road in the East End as crews and machines prepare the land for the new townhouses and apartments that eventually will replace the 504 public housing units in Creighton Court.

Operation Safe Summer gears up

Richmond, state and federal law enforcement will be working closer together than ever as part of a new initiative they say will seek to stop violent crime and protect children, during a season when crimes tend to increase.

Youngkin hails new digital hub for veterans benefits

Earlier this month Gov. Glenn A. Youngkin announced the rollout of a Gold Standard Digital Hub for Virginia veterans and their families to ensure easier access to information regarding earned benefits and resources tailored to their needs.

Plans for fire training center collide with zoning issue

The Richmond Fire Department’s plan to replace 2 acres of park land at the Hickory Hill Community Center with a new fire training center has run into a surprising roadblock – zoning.

Hamilton Street to house Fire Department

The Richmond Fire Department is moving after 15 years at 201 E. Franklin St.

Gov. Youngkin scraps college degrees for most state jobs

Most Virginia government jobs will be open to high school graduates, beginning July 1.

Park dedication provides lasting legacy for Markiya Dickson

For Ciara Dickson and Mark Whitfield Sr., Saturday, May 20, was filled with mixed emotions. They were in Fonticello Park for the dedication of the Markiya Dickson Imagination Zone, which recently was installed in honor of their deceased daughter.

Justice for Irvo Otieno

“We can’t keep treating mentally ill brothers and sisters as if they are degenerates. They have lives that are worthy of dignity and respect.” So said renowned Attorney Benjamin L. “Ben” Crump as he brought his crusade for improved mental ...

Tim Scott launches 2024 presidential bid seeking optimistic contrast with other top rivals

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott launched his presidential campaign Monday, offering an optimistic and compassionate message he’s hoping can serve as a contrast with the political combativeness that has dominated the early GOP primary field.