In a Monday update on the situation, Tim Sands backed up his comments with recent data.
Long before she became an urban planner, Ebony Walden saw color-coded differences written into the landscape.
What was most surprising was how meekly Robert E. Lee surrendered.
History — as much as rising sea levels, soaring temperatures and fossil fuels warming the planet — has left impoverished Black residents of Ha…
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The levees, floodwalls and floodgates that protect New Orleans held up against Hurricane Ida's fury, passing their toughest test since the federal government spent billions of dollars to upgrade a system that catastrophically failed when Hurricane Katrina struck 16 years ago.
Catherine Carter opened Dog-Eared Page Bookshop on Main Street in downtown Danville.
Westwood, a Black community that rose from enslavement after the Civil War only to be neglected and almost erased from Richmond’s landscape, i…
RINGGOLD — Dan River’s spring season ended in heartbreak back in April.
Instead of GW opening its season Friday against Dinwiddie, it will now open its 2021 season with a home matchup against Seminole District rival Amherst County at 7 p.m. Sept. 3.
Richmond joined the ranks of “chocolate cities” in 1977 when its court-ordered voting districts helped produce a Black majority on City Council.
Thursday’s announcement from Richmond and Henrico County’s health districts marks the 10th total COVID-19 death among Virginians younger than 20.
Danville and Pittsylvania County saw decreases in population over the past 10 years, according to 2020 results from the U.S. Census Bureau.
County residents also speak out against face-covering policy.
Three of the five health districts with the fastest-rising number of COVID-19 cases in Virginia are in the 5th Congressional District.
Pittsylvania County is facing a time crunch due to delayed U.S. Census results.