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Radio One Richmond joined The City of Richmond, The Mayors office, The City of Richmond’s Fire Department and Walmart to help those that have fallen on rough times.

As day temperatures will fall below 40 degrees, the City of Richmond Cold Weather Day Warming Shelter is open this weekend.   From the City of Richmond: The City’s Cold Weather Overflow Shelter will open tonight, Friday, December 16, Sunday, December 18 and Monday, December 19 as temperatures are forecast to remain at or below 40 degrees. […]

Dwight Jones, the Black mayor of Richmond, Virginia and a former chairman of the Virginia Democrat Party, has become the highest ranking Democrat to appeal to volunteers from abroad to help defeat Donald Trump. Jones has more experience than most local level politicians dealing with the world’s press and dignitaries after successfully bidding for and […]

What were you doing on this day 14 years ago? Well, I was on the radio getting ready for my news and community updates on the Tom Joyner Morning Show when the breaking news came across the airwaves that America was under attack. WHAT! What does this mean America is under attack? At that moment, I’m […]

With expected cold conditions by night fall the City of Richmond has open its Day Warming site through Monday. A message from the City of Richmond: The City’s Cold Weather Day Warming site will open on Saturday, December 13, Sunday, December 14 and Monday, December 15 from 6:30 a.m. to noon. On Saturday and Monday, […]

Radio One Richmond and the City of Richmond are celebrating the 10th annual Toy Drive this year. This year King Tutt, Philly Phil and Miss Community Clovia want to collect 10,000 new unwrapped toys at the Walmart on Sheila Lane off of Forest Hill Avenue in Richmond today, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10am-10pm all three days. Please […]

City residents in need of a warm place to stay can get help. City of Richmond overflow shelter is open on Grace Street. Pass this along

10 DAYS LEFT TO SUBMIT LETTERS TO RADIO ONE RICHMOND FOR TOY ASSISTANCE Radio One Richmond believes that all children on Christmas day should wake up with gifts under the tree. We understand that families who work hard every day can’t simply afford gifts this year. We also understand that those working families don’t qualify […]

  Richmond, Virginia – Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones attended the “Up Close & Personal” Community Conversation about the economic development for Shockoe Bottom and the Boulevard. The community event was hosted by Clovia Lawrence at Craigland Hair Affair on 109 Brookland Park Boulevard. Mayor Jones addressed the intimate crowd in spite of the rough weather on Thursday […]

When we published a Little Known Black History Fact earlier this week, we weren’t expecting such a quick response. After all, the fact was about…

      The City of Richmond settles a $1 million federal lawsuit for eight pipefitters claiming racial discrimination and harrassement while working at the Department of Public Utilities. According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the city’s $1 million settlement does not include $400,678. 53 in legal fees which is paid to Jimmy F. Robinson JR & Associates. […]

Thanks Richmond and surrounding areas for your continued support in sending Richmond’s children to summer camp. Join Miss Community Clovia and Radio One Richmond for the 6th Annual “Send-A-Kid’ to Camp Radio-thon on Radio One stations Thursday, May 9, 2013 to pledge your support. You can help send a Richmond child to summer camp, as well as hear some of […]