A federal judge Wednesday extended the deadline for registering to vote until 11:59 p.m. Thursday. This change comes after online voter registration and many other state services were left in the internet dark for a good portion of Tuesday after a construction project cut a very important cable in Chesterfield County. The deadline applies to in-person and online voter registration.
“What we have here is a case where somebody forgot to call Miss Utility in Chesterfield County,” said U.S. District Judge John A. Gibney Jr. during a brief hearing.
Hermitage Richmond hosting “Concert Under The Stars” series beginning this Friday
All three of these live music events will take place on the lawn at 1600 Westwood Avenue and are free and open to all residents, families, team members, and community friends who share a love of music and camaraderie.
Hermitage Richmond in Ginter Park has announced a new outdoor concert series which will be hosted on the front lawn of the senior living community.
- June 11th at 7 p.m. – Joe Laluna will perform a mixture of jazz, American Standards, and popular contemporary music
- July 9th at 7 p.m. – Me and Martha will perform American Rural Roots Mountain Music
- August 6th at 7 p.m. – Second Floor Band will bring a mixture of danceable classic rock, swing, big band, Motown, R&B, and jazz
All three of these live music events will take place on the lawn at 1600 Westwood Avenue and are free and open to all residents, families, team members, and community friends who share a love of music and camaraderie. Guests are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets, and picnic baskets. Social distancing and face masks are recommended.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy great live music and share a family-friendly evening under the stars with our residents and neighbors,” said executive director Amy Chapman. “We want everyone to have a great time and know that good times are always celebrated at Hermitage Richmond.”
Concert Under the Stars is the latest addition to Hermitage’s Richmond on the Green series that hosts an array of campus events and fulfills its mission of “Enriching Life’s Journey.”
South of the James Farmers Market is Back Tonight
Time to get your market on again.
Today is the first day the South of the James Farmers Market is back in Forest Hill Park. The smaller version of the market runs from 4-7 PM. Masks are required and no eating or drinking is allowed in the market area.
Keep up to date on rotating vendors and other information by following South of the James Farmers Market on Facebook.
Photos and Game Summary: Rams Beaten at Home by Davidson 2-0
VCU fired at the goal 15 times the most all season but not one ball went into the back of the net.
Official VCU Game Summary
Final Score: Davidson 2, VCU 0
Location: Richmond, Va.
Records: VCU 2-3-2 (1-2-1 A-10), Davidson 3-3-2 (2-1-2 A-10)
The Short Story: Despite creating more chances than any other outing this season, the VCU attack could not find the back of the net as they dropped a hard-fought match with Davidson by a score of 2-0 on Saturday night at Sports Backers Stadium.
- William Hitchcock and Oquin Robinson each tallied three shots in the match
- Toranosuke Abe, Jonathan Kanagwa, and Ethan Manheim all created two shots
- VCU took a season-high fifteen shots as a team
- Mario Sequeira recorded three saves in the match
- VCU took six corner kicks in the match compared to Davidsons four
- Three different Rams were issued yellow cards
HOW IT HAPPENED:
- The Rams started on the front foot in the opening minutes when a header from Hitchcock was punched over the bar by Davidson’s Giacomo Piccardo.
- In the 25th minute Davidson’s Lucas Hauth opened the scoring on a breakaway as he dragged the ball past a diving Sequeira and finished on an empty goal.
- Halfway through the 64th minute, Kanagwa had a chance to level the score off of a ball played by Biska Biyombo, but his attempt sailed above the crossbar.
- Davidson took their final chance to put the game out of reach in the 81st minute of play.
The Rams return to action at Sports Backers Stadium to face George Washington on Wednesday, April 7 at 7 p.m