The campaign's launch coincides with what officials call a "vulnerable" time of year for those who may be experiencing mental health issues.
The grant from the CDC will support a myriad of violence reduction initiatives over the next five years.
The walk kicks off at 5:30 PM on Westmoreland Street.
The cleanup takes place this Saturday, October 8th at Albert Hill Middle School.
The city's seven remaining mayoral candidates answered tough questions from area organizations and residents at the VMFA Thursday night.
NBC12 and WCVE will broadcast the event live from 7:00 – 8:00 PM.
The encyclopedia of small-scale Richmond urbanism.
Orders will be available for pickup November 10th through the 11th.
Over 1,100 people have RSVPed for the forum in which Richmond's eight candidates for mayor will answer questions in four key priority issue areas.
The ‘Upswing’ project was selected as one of 50 nationwide from over 1,000 applications.