The Richmond Planning Commission is reviewing the issue of adding the words “Black Lives Matter” as a temporary art installation on East Grace St. According to WWBT NBC 12, the idea came from a petition started by Anedrea Bourne from Venture Richmond. Richmond would become the eighth city to have the art installation on […]
Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney is making some adjustments to the proposed fiscal year 2021 budget due to expected losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Mayor Stoney revealed on Monday he has reduced his spending plan for fiscal year 2021 by nearly 39-million dollars, which includes canceling a raise for city employees and freezing vacant positions. […]
The Virginia Coronavirus Fraud Task Force is urging residents of the commonwealth to be on the lookout for economic impact payment scammers.
Don't worry, you won't have to exclusively cook at home for the foreseeable future in Richmond. Even though Virginia Gov. Northam has shut down all restaurants and bars, there are still plenty of take-out and delivery options to be had in these RVA Streets!
Richmond is looking to help foodservice locations currently experiencing an economic crisis due to the coronavirus through a Virtual Happy Hour. To participate simply prepare a cocktail at home and donate what you would have tipped your server, virtually.
According to the Virginia Department of Health, there are currently 51 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the Commonwealth. While over 400 people have already been tested for the virus.
Along with spotlighting the exceptional history and culture of “the Harlem of the South,” the festival was ripe with vendors, live music, a Kidz Zone, delicious food, and so much more! See pictures from 2nd Street 2019.
So many things to get into this weekend in Richmond. Regardless of what you decide to do, make sure you get up and get out! See the full list of great happenings.
Patrons from all around the city came out to give back!