It’s the 12th year in a row that the RPD has held the event.
The Virginia Dental Association gave free checkups to nearly 150 Special Olympic athletes Saturday.
This new rehabilitative response team offers support Richmond area first responders at active scenes.
Swansboro Elementary School took second place in this year’s Washington Redskins Read.
The Powhatan Sheriff’s Office is thanking a local restaurant for their generous donations during Special Agent Walter’s funeral.
Participants showed up Sunday at Richmond International Raceway to enjoy a fun ride, food and entertainment, all for a great cause.
The LuvnbeauT Foundation provides hair care and other outreach to women who have fallen on hard times.
Hitting Cancer Below the Belt is a nonprofit raising awareness about colon cancer.
A group of Henrico high school students getting a college diploma before graduating high school is Positively Richmond.
A group of middle school students helped raise money for area animals.
Kool Smiles Dentist Dr. Naveen Chennupati said today’s services met a wide range of needs to get kids back on track for healthy smiles.
The students were given scholarships in honor of Chalmers Jackson, a former deacon at Redeemed Assembly of Jesus Christ Church.
The Evans-Haynes Burn Center at VCU Medical Center held its annual celebration of burn survivors event.
Saturday’s walk raised money to find a cure for the condition.
So far they have raised $138,000 of their $220,000 goal.
Altogether, the campaign raised $598,000 to go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.