Reflecting national concerns over “food deserts,” federal and state lawmakers Monday called for legislation to help people in low-income neighborhoods get better access to fresh vegetables and other healthy foods.
Henrico Schools has received the honor annually since the group began awarding it in 1999.
Despite Virginia’s strict gambling laws, restaurants, bars and gas stations are adding so-called “skill machines” to draw people who wish to wager money in an attempt to win big
Artists are encouraged to think creatively and translate their inspiration into strong messages that will encourage others to think twice about littering when they see the artwork on the storm drains. The entry deadline is Tuesday, April 9th.
The indoor aquatics center will feature an eight-lane, 50-meter pool and two three-lane, 25-yard pools, as well as spectator seating, locker rooms, a swim shop, and other amenities. Overhead viewing would be accessible from a mezzanine level.
Tuckahoe District Supervisor Patricia S. O’Bannon will host a Tuckahoe Town Meeting on Wednesday, March 27 to provide updates on the State of the County and Henrico County’s proposed budget for fiscal 2019-20.
If Civil War history is to be displayed across the American South, it must be portrayed fairly and accurately with an open dialogue about racial disparities in the region, the former mayor of New Orleans told Richmond’s mayor Tuesday.
The sales tax on tampons, diapers and other personal hygiene products will be reduced by more than half beginning Jan. 1, 2020.
In addition to installation and maintenance for the city of Richmond, the technicians perform work for Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Union University, Richmond Ambulance Authority, Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority and others.
Building on a package of new laws to reduce evictions, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Thursday that he has approved the creation of a program to help low-income tenants facing eviction.