Enrollment in Richmond Public Schools continues to decline amid population growth in the larger community.
Two Richmond-area Democratic members of the General Assembly are preparing to run for the vacant 4th Congressional District seat, the Free Press has learned.
Richmond Public Schools does not need a new curriculum — rather, teachers want autonomy in how to customize existing curricula for their classrooms, according to a 15-member task force.
The search for Richmond’s next poet laureate is on. City officials recently launched the search for an artist who can bridge division in the city’s community through art.
Christmas drives are underway to try to ensure that children in struggling families receive gifts.
Headstones and grave markers for 80 black military service members will move a step closer to their final resting places this weekend.
City Hall remains stymied on removing the last of Richmond’s city-owned Confederate statues, despite securing an Oct. 25 court ruling from Richmond Circuit Court Judge D. Eugene Cheek authorizing the city to proceed. .
Family, friends and admirers of radio personality Kirby Carmichael came out Tuesday for the unveiling of Kirby Carmichael Sr. Street at 1100 Front Street in Highland Park. The site is where the former WANT-AM radio station was housed when Mr. ...
Two members of City Council will be seeking Richmond seats in the House of Delegates in the upcoming 2023 election cycle in which the 100 seats in the lower chamber as well as the 40 seats in the state Senate ...
Robin Spears previously had a spotless record during her 14 years as a teacher and social worker with Richmond Public Schools.
A Walmart employee who survived last week’s mass shooting at a store in Virginia has filed a $50 million lawsuit against the company for allegedly continuing to employ the shooter — a store supervisor — “who had known propensities for ...
Virginia State University’s fall commencement speaker is by Thomas L. Ransom, president of the Virginia Region at Truist Financial.
After several delays, Virginia citizens may now share their thoughts about the future of the state’s standards for teaching history and social sciences.