A special grand jury soon will be convened in Richmond.
The founders of the Richmond Free Press are being honored with one of Virginia journalism’s top awards.
Gov. Ralph S. Northam announced Tuesday a two-year $300 million plan to help Virginia’s public colleges and universities weather the financial crisis the COVID-19 pandemic has created — without taxpayers having to foot the bill.
Thirteen years ago, City Hall spent about $400,000 to tear down the decrepit Madison Arms apartments at Lynhaven Avenue and Drake Street in South Side.
GRTC is operating free hourly shuttles to help people who want to vote early to reach the new Richmond Voter Registrar’s Office at 2134 W. Laburnum Ave.
James Cooper Jr., who trained Richmond Public Schools teachers and staff to use computers as they came into common use in the 1980s, has died.
Richard Leon Swann turned his youthful passion for taking photos into a photography career that spanned nearly 60 years and provided lasting memories for untold numbers of Richmond residents.
The decision to keep students off campus for the first semester may cost Virginia State University $10 million to $12 million — just one example of the impact COVID-19 is having on higher education.
For the first time in at least 19 years, City Hall will not be opening a cold weather shelter on Oct. 1 as a warm place for homeless adults when temperatures fall to 40 degrees and below.
When the Virginia Senate sidelined a bill last week that would have stripped police officers in the state of immunity from lawsuits alleging brutality and violations of constitutional rights, the result was to leave families to face arduous and expensive court fights to hold officers accountable.