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UofR Museums offering two exhibits with 360-degree virtual tours

The University of Richmond is offering free, virtual tours of two campus exhibits as a way to safely engage with the community during the pandemic.

‘RVA Community Fridges’ open ‘for the community, by the community’

In the City of Richmond you can find two community fridges stocked with food for free. Volunteers and community members are keeping the fridges full, and organizers say the effort is “for the community, by the community.”


Two displaced after house fire partially collapses chimney

Virginia GOP tries again to develop nomination plans

Va. reports 91 additional COVID-19 deaths | Over 1,400 new cases confirmed

Man, 31, reported missing in Pulaski Co.

Chesterfield police to hold traffic enforcement operation on Hull St. Road

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Organization seeks community partners for 2021 diaper drive

Macy’s fights community hunger with local Richmond organizations

Kings Dominion hiring over 2,100 people for 2021 season

General Assembly passes three-month extension of Dominion electric bill relief

Metairie, La. restaurant issues apology after couple racially profiled; employees suspended

RVA-based food truck “Sous Casa” using frozen burritos to help VA nonprofits

New documentary highlights Fluvanna’s African-American history


Dozens rally before ex-officer put on trial in Floyd’s death

  Boy’s alerting scream saves little sister from drowning

The boy's mom says that it was his scream that caught her attention.