The now abolished fines amounted to less than 1% of the Library's budget and at the same time disproportionately affected low-income, African American and Hispanic communities.
Saturday and Sunday you'll be able to check out nine wonderful Fan homes all decked out for the holidays.
Every Thursday at 10:30 a.m., John White packs the trunk of his black Mercedes-Benz with meals that he distributes to people in need in Central Virginia....
An indie comic expo featuring VCUarts students and alumni, and other local artists this Saturday at VCU James Branch Cabell Library, Lecture Hall 303.
A game of two halves. VCU outscored LSU by 12 in the first half and were outscored by LSU in the second half by 10.
Virginia recycled almost half of its trash last year, setting a record despite China’s ban on importing plastic and other solid waste. The statewide recycling rate...
When the interstate slows to a snail’s pace on your commute to or from work in the Richmond metropolitan area, here’s a consoling thought: Traffic congestion...
National Teen Driver Safety Week is this week, October 20th through the 26th.
For one day parking spots turned into parks and oddly enough there were still plenty of spots to park.
Captured by @act.one.scene.two on Instagram.