ENTERTAINMENT

Disney World to open with no parades, fireworks

When Walt Disney World reopens next month for the first time since it closed due to the spread of the new coronavirus, there will be no parades, fireworks shows nor “meet-and-greet” sessions with performers dressed as Disney characters.

Art illumination honors front line workers at Charlottesville area hospitals

Front line workers at Sentara Martha Jefferson and University of Virginia hospitals got an artful and luminous thank you Monday night.

LOCAL NEWS

  Lawsuit filed against Richmond Police Department over tear-gas being used on peaceful protesters

  Protesters gather outside RPD’s Fourth Precinct

Police: Man abducted woman before crashing vehicle in Henrico

Stockpile of explosives found in home of Va. man killed in NY police shootout

  ‘A positive future’: Community supports 120-year-old business and others vandalized, looted

MORE ENTERTAINMENT

  Petersburg gives restaurant, bar owners way to expand seating during COVID-19 pandemic

Virginia State Parks opens more beaches for recreational use

  Homeless student in Florida graduates as valedictorian

Chris Young among performers Saturday night at Grand Ole Opry

Richmond-area restaurants open for outdoor seating, curbside pickup, and delivery

Hanover Tomato Festival canceled due to coronavirus concerns

Innsbrook After Hours reschedules several shows

  North Carolina boy holds prom for his nanny

New ‘Hunger Games’ book sells more than 500,000 copies

  Ben & Jerry’s sends new ice cream into stratosphere

NATIONAL NEWS

  Protests shift to memorializing Floyd amid push for change

Another huge blow to US workers expected in May jobs report

Economists have forecast that the government will report Friday that employers shed 8.5 million more jobs last month on top of 21.4 million lost in March and April.