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City, Henrico to host MLK programs on Monday

Richmond and Henrico County will mark the holiday for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with programs and volunteer service. Mayor Levar M. Stoney will launch the city’s 2018 MLK Day event with a program reflecting on the life and legacy ...

Events slated for Living the Dream commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Richmond’s 40th commemoration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will include a number of mostly free activities that are open to the community.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday schedule

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday schedule

Frank Thornton to chair Henrico Board of Supervisors again

Frank J. Thornton is once again the chairman of the Henrico County Board of Supervisors. The retired assistant French professor at Virginia Union University was elected as the board’s presiding officer Tuesday during the board’s first meeting of the year.

Baliles out at City Hall

Jonathan T. “Jon” Baliles has been dumped as the senior policy adviser to Mayor Levar M. Stoney. While he is still listed in that position on the city’s website, he is gone from City Hall.

Virginians favor keeping Confederate statues

As Richmond continues to consider the future of its Confederate statues, a new poll shows Virginians favor keeping such statues in place.

Virginia General Assembly

The General Assembly opened a new session Wednesday with Republican M. Kirkland “Kirk” Cox of Colonial Heights in the speaker’s chair in the 100-member House of Delegates.

Virginia NAACP steps up lobbying

Jesse Frierson is ensuring that the Virginia State Conference of the NAACP will have a strong, vocal presence at the General Assembly.

What to look for this session

Even with Republicans still in control of both chambers, November’s election results are expected to dramatically reshape the General Assembly’s culture.

View of General Assembly’s opening day

Even with Republicans still in control of both chambers, November’s election results are expected to dramatically reshape the General Assembly’s culture.

More left in the cold

Kanya N. Nash thinks its fine that some Creighton Court residents have had a chance to stay at a hotel free of charge because the heat failed in their public housing units.

Creighton Court residents left in the cold

Florence Washington knows how to deal with the bitter cold when she goes outdoors. On a walk to the store, she was bundled up with a hat, earmuffs, heavy coat and several layers of clothing.

Neo-Confederates cost city another $30,000

The Richmond Police Department spent a little more than $30,000 in overtime and other costs for the rally last month by neo-Confederates at the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee on Monument Avenue.

FCC complaint filed over radio station change

Preston T. Brown is hoping that Washington can provide some help in his battle with the new owner of a Richmond AM station formerly known as WCLM 1450 that’s now called WUWN.

What are you hoping for in the new year?

What are you hoping for in the new year?

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