There is an artist inside all of us. One group of seniors is discovering that through a special program called Opening Minds Through Art.The seniors are paired with college students to create masterpieces. However, throughout the process, they are developing so much more.
Richmond Public Schools, in partnership with Richmond City Safe Routes to Schools, has launched a new crossing guard program aimed at making students and parents feel safe when they come and go from school.
Louisa County is part of a statewide program called ‘Hunters for the Hungry’. Organizers say it does double duty - cutting down on the area's deer population, while also helping out families who need food.
During Halloween if you want to see a good haunted house you usually have to drive to places like Kings Dominion or Busch Gardens, but this year a Chesterfield family on 2100 Deauville Rd. decided to create their own for the whole community.
We all know the story of the three-day fall harvest feast and celebration between the Plymouth Colony settlers and the Wampanoag Indians in November of 1621. While these facts remain true, the details surrounding this week-long celebration takes on a life of its own with every new generation.
It’s a tiny piece of candy that stirs up huge debate and intense feelings of craving or vitriol. Of course, it all comes to a head in the beginning of fall. That’s because most candy corn is sold every year on Oct. 28. National Candy Corn Day is celebrated on Oct. 30.