United Way announces $8.7 million in community investment funding over next two years

Historic Evergreen Cemetery awarded UNESCO designation

June 5, 2019 RVAHub Staff

Neglected, overgrown, and tucked away deep in the woods of the East End of Richmond surrounded by two landfills, Historic Evergreen Cemetery was easy to miss. That is destined to change now that the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has awarded this sacred site official designation as “a site of memory associated with the Slave Route Project”—one of the first in the world.

Profile: Mayor Stoney sees Richmond as a city “ready to turn the page”

March 16, 2018 Capital News Service

Mayor Levar Stoney keeps a small ceramic turtle on his desk. “Good leaders stick their necks out in a time of crisis,” he said. Stoney, 36, has been sticking out his neck for years – as the first in his family to attend college, as the youngest member of Governor Terry McAuliffe’s administration and the first African-American to serve as secretary of the commonwealth, and now as mayor of Virginia’s capital.

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