Tonight's event has been moved to June 17th.
On Saturday, June 19, the Science Museum of Virginia opens “Tyrannosaurs: Meet the Family,” the world’s first exhibition showcasing the recently revised tyrannosaur family tree.
We're finally seeing details about what the city proposes to replace the empty Confederate monument pedestals around the city with.
Virginia Commonwealth University’s Institute for Contemporary Art recently celebrated its third anniversary after a year marked by a four-month pandemic closure and declining attendance.
The investigation into the death of Adam Oakes
Maymont/Byrd Park/Oregon Hill/Carillon Area residents, the city is hosting a Neighborhood Clean-Up this Saturday, May 8, from 8 am to Noon.
College graduations will still look different due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but more Virginia universities are returning to in-person ceremony.
“With this ordinance, we’ll join other pioneering cities in using red lanes to help complete our streets, building a safer and more efficient transit system for...
This year marks the second grant cycle from the ConseRVAtion Fund, a donor-advised fund of the Community Foundation for a greater Richmond.
Virginia universities plan a return to campuses in the fall, but there are questions if the COVID-19 vaccine can be mandated.