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?

Foremost wishes for 2018

Mark R. Warner, U.S. senator representing Virginia and vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence investigating allegations of collusion by the Trump campaign and Russian officials to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election:

Cold weather help available for city residents

Richmond’s brutal chill will get even more frigid as the temperature continues to drop into the single digits during the next few days. The city’s Cold Weather Overflow Shelter will be open through Monday, Jan. 8, and each night when ...

Petersburg School Board to hold sessions on renaming Confederate schools

The City of Petersburg is poised to change the name of three elementary schools to reflect the community’s pride and erase past prejudices.

Lady Luck to decide House race

Control of the House of Delegates is now in the hands of Lady Luck and several judges. The luck of the draw is scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 4.

Christmas tree disposal outlined

Need to dispose of your live Christmas tree? Good news. City Hall has three ways to get it done.

County official chosen as new city auditor

Richmond City Council this week tapped a veteran of Chesterfield County government to make City Hall operations more efficient and track down waste, fraud and abuse of taxpayer dollars. Louis G. “Lou” Lassiter, deputy Chesterfield County administrator, was approved to ...

‘Jury still out’

Richmond Mayor Levar M. Stoney has probably shaken more hands, taken more selfies with city residents, issued more tweets and participated in more events, programs and festivals than any mayor in recent memory.

City loses last independent, black-owned radio station

WCLM-1450 AM, the last independent, African-American-owned radio station in Richmond, is off the air after 21 years.

Bagby to lead Va. Legislative Black Caucus

Henrico Delegate Lamont Bagby will lead the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus in the 2018 General Assembly session.

Newport News House race still up in the air

Control of the Virginia House of Delegates remains unsettled. At the last minute, the state Board of Elections postponed Wednesday’s drawing to decide the winner of a Newport News House seat.

Funding extended for CHIP

Nine million American children — including 68,000 in Virginia — will continue to have government-supported health insurance for three more months.