RTD has the news on the miniature Walmart near VCU is closing up.
The store at 912 W. Grace St. will close effective July 12, the retailer confirmed Monday.
The 4,100-square-foot store opened in April 2015.
The chain said it made the decision to close the store after “a thoughtful review process.”
“This decision is based on the fact that, as a business, we feel confident we have learned what we can from these pilot stores. We will continue to integrate the positive business practices we gained from these campus-based locations into the broader fleet moving forward,” spokesman Phillip Keene said in a statement.
Fall Plant Sale at TreeLab
Go buy yourself a nice Juncus effusus (Soft Rush) or Salix nigra (Black Willow).
It’s the end of the summer and we need to clear out some inventory!
Join TreeLab at the Amelia Street School greenhouse (behind the school on S Meadow St.) on Saturday, October 3rd from 9am – 2pm for native trees, shrubs, and perennials for your fall landscaping. Support TreeLab’s work greening Richmond with your purchase.
We will not be accepting pre-orders or holding plants. First come, first serve. NO CASH! We will be accepting payment via credit card or check only.
Please wear a mask and observe social distancing. The plant sale is located outdoors.
Location and parking:
Amelia Street School is in the Maymont neighborhood
1821 Amelia St, Richmond, VA 23220
The greenhouse is located behind the school, along S Meadow St.
Please park on the street!
You will be able to drive up onto the lawn to load plants into your car, but please do not park there.
The official word on Enrichmond’s TreeLab.
TreeLab is here to beautify, improve, and inform the City of Richmond through ornamental plant production, planting, and education, with a focus on native species.
TreeLab produces high-quality beautification plants and connects citizens to the benefits of Richmond’s natural urban environment through information distribution, access to horticultural expertise, collaborative projects, and workforce development opportunities.
Arrest Made at the Circle on Monument Avenue
At approximately 11:20 p.m., officers were called to the circle on Monument Avenue for the report of an assault.
An arrest was made last night after an assault at the circle on Monument Avenue.
At approximately 11:20 p.m., officers were called to the circle on Monument Avenue for the report of an assault. Officers arrived and found an adult male who had suffered injuries. He was transported to a local hospital with injuries that were not considered life threatening.
Officers spoke to several witnesses and located the suspect, Brandon Fountain, at the scene. He was arrested and charged with malicious wounding. His photo is attached.
Anyone with further information about this assault is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000.
Dominion Energy Christmas Parade Marching Online this Year
The 37th annual Dominion Energy Christmas Parade will shift to a television-only Christmas special.
Due to the unprecedented circumstances this year and the responsibility to make the safest decision for our community, the 37th annual Dominion Energy Christmas Parade will shift to a television-only Christmas special! While we will miss seeing everyone on streets this year, we are so excited about the opportunity to bring Richmond’s favorite holiday tradition to you in the comfort of your own home!
Tune in to WTVR CBS 6 News on Saturday, December 5 at 10 am to watch all-new performances from your favorite entertainment groups, heart-warming stories focused on celebrating our Richmond community, “best of” clips from past parades featuring giant helium balloons and colorful floats, and even a special appearance by Legendary Santa himself! You will not want to miss the must-see television event of the holiday season! #RVAparade2020
NOTE TO PARADE PARTICIPANTS: Spots in this year’s Christmas special are limited. Please stay tuned for more information via email next week.