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19 min ago | Examiner.com
A proposed $11 million package that would assist the city in projects to commemorate the history of the slave trade in Richmond was announced by the governor's office on Thursday morning, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch .
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2 hrs ago | WTVR Richmond
As first written here, there is nothing definitive in state law preventing the State Board of Education from doing the right thing and granting the Richmond School Board a few more weeks to make the best possible choice for Richmond's new School Chief.
4 hrs ago | WTVR Richmond
Whether you're staying home in central Virginia this Christmas, or traveling across the country to be with loved ones, you can see what the odds are of you having a White Christmas.
6 hrs ago | WPTV Local News
The Jared jewelry store on Glades Road in Boca Raton is back open a day after burglars got inside.
Kevin McMichael has joined HESS Construction in Richmond as a project executive.
Mike Lowry has joined the Richmond area office of NorthMarq Capital as a senior vice president.
Nearly three weeks have passed since 46-year-old Samuel Hoyt was last seen. Richmond police said Hoyt was visiting the Virginia War Memorial on Belvidere Street around 6 a.m. on Nov. 22, the fiftieth anniversary of Kennedy's assassination.
Dalvonne Deveaux, 36, of 4201 Pettus Road, Richmond, Va., was arrested Nov. 30 on a charge of driving while intoxicated.
Local burlesque troupe Those Freaking Weirdos and craft brewery Strangeways Brewing announce their Brews & Burlesque shows will now a regular feature on the second Friday of every month.
Crosby, Stills & Nash have scheduled their first concerts of 2014 . The legendary folk-rock trio will be playing shows in a variety of U.S. cities in the Midwest and Southeast throughout March.
Politics, sports and an overweight donkey were among the head-spinning stories of 2013.
Talented actress Molly Ringwald is returning to Richmond to sing more jazz tunes, and a few holiday numbers, at Gottwald Playhouse.
The family of a Richmond woman killed in a fatal hit and run is demanding answers and wants the person responsible to turn themselves into police.
A Virginia death row inmate convicted of killing four people in Norfolk is getting a small victory in his appeal.
WRVA needs your help to make a Merrier Christmas for the families that are staying in the Richmond Fisher House.
The children at the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Richmond are getting national attention for its penny drive to collect 10,000 pennies to feed the homeless at the Salvation Army shelter.
David Mamet's "Race," which runs through Dec. 21 at Virginia Rep's Theatre Gym, stars d.l. Hopkins, Billy Christopher Maupin, Joe Inscoe and Katrinah Carol Lewis.