Food Truck Wednesdays starting in Chesterfield
CHESTERFIELD Chesterfield County’s Food Truck Wednesdays begin this week at the county complex. There will be a variety of trucks, and diners will be able to eat at a picnic table or take it to go. Ca
After fanfare of Redskins deal, city struggles with details
Richmond made less than half of its required $500,000 contribution to the Washington Redskins for the team’s first training camp in the city.
Grandparent Connection to meet in Chesterfield
CHESTERFIELD The Chesterfield County Senior Advocate is inviting grandparents raising children to attend Grandparent Connection, a group that shares experiences and concerns. Discussions are confident
People needed to remove ivy from Broad Rock area
RICHMOND The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is seeking volunteers to help remove English ivy and non-native honeysuckle from Richmond’s Broad Rock neighborhood from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday to protect nati
Hanover to hold party for Global Youth Service Day
HANOVER Hanover County youth are invited to the Global Youth Service Day kickoff party from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Randolph-Macon College Brock Sports and Recreation Center at 202 Henry St.
Virginia lotteries for March 9
Chesterfield school board contest takes political turn
Bob Olsen thought politics could be removed from local education when Chesterfield County moved from appointed school boards to elected ones two decades ago.
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NORFOLK A Norfolk-based warship is heading to the Black Sea. The Navy said the USS Truxton left Greece on Thursday to conduct training and theater security engagements with Romanian and Bulgarian nava
Joint chiefs chair to speak at VMI in May
LEXINGTON The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff will speak at Virginia Military Institute’s spring graduation ceremony.
Sunday Q and A with Laurel Williamson, who walked across Va.
Laurel Williamson, who walked across Virginia in 2012, will speak about her experience Friday as part of the Henrico County Recreation and Parks’ Adventure Series.
Hamilton continues his fight behind bars
Bob McDonnell could wind up the first Virginia governor convicted of corruption, but his former friend Phillip A. Hamilton blazed the trail.
Car show to raise money for wheelchair accessible car
When Justin Spurlock was 8 years old, his grandfather pulled an abandoned red 1964 Chevy Truck out of a swamp and rebuilt it piece by piece. That’s when his love affair with cars began.
Mother, son team run Va. brewery
NELLYSFORD Mary and Danny Wolf are more than just mother and son. The duo put their relationship in a new context several years ago when they decided to enter the brewing industry together.
Schapiro: This time, McAuliffe wrestles political alligators
Political columnist Jeff E. Schapiro writes that House Republicans and pro-gay rights Democrats are testing Gov. Terry McAuliffe early in his administration.