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#RoarForRussell

Collegiate Cougars K-12 showed their support for alum Russell Wilson ’07 [yesterday] by donating books, DVDs, coloring books, crayons and activity books to share with children who are patients at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. The effort was undertaken as part of Collegiate’s #RoarForRussell celebration of his looming participation in Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII. […]

Bed bugs in the waiting room

St. Mary’s ER waiting room treated for bed bugs – NBC12

Town Hall meeting tomorrow night *postponed*

Update: Due to impending weather this afternoon, the Richmond Public School system has cancelled all after-school and evening activities. That means, unfortunately, that tonight’s scheduled Town Hall meeting will be postponed. School policy is that when schools are closed, all school activities are also postponed. The meeting has been rescheduled for Monday, February 3 from […]

The latest on Libbie Mill

“Site work begins on Libbie Mill development”- RT-D Developer Gumenick Properties has started removing old water, sewer and gas lines left over from the property’s previous use as an apartment complex and is preparing to install new infrastructure for Libbie Mill, a planned 80-acre, mixed-use development on Staples Mill south of Interstate 64.

GAWS Super Bowl Shuffle

From Grove Avenue Water Stop: MARK YOUR CALENDARS & share with your friends!! Second annual Super Bowl Sunday 5 mile Shuffle is scheduled for Sunday February 2nd at Noon. Come out for a walk run or roll before you head to couch for the big game! Free! Prizes! Healthy snacks! Start and finish at GAWS.

Snow Day

Photo by @urichmond

Jewish Food Festival around the corner

The Jewish Food Festival will be held Sunday and Monday, January 19-20 at Weinstein Jewish Community Center (5403 Monument Avenue). Hours are 11:30am-7:30pm both days. If you haven’t attended before, you’ll be amazed at what you’ll find: Tons of kosher food, prepared by congregation volunteers under the supervision of the Va’ad Hakashrut of Richmond. Traditional […]

Shyndigz new digs

In a loss for the Near West End sweets scene, Patterson Ave. dessert cafe Shyndigz just announced it has found a new location at 1903 W. Cary Street, formerly home of Bogart’s in the Fan. The popularity of the shop had caused issues with seating and parking, and Shyndigz had been searching for a new […]

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