Go Red For Women is the American Heart Association’s national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women. Instagram.
The national program is part of the American Dental Association’s effort to give kids access to free dental care.
John Hart donated paper, notebooks, pencils and other supplies that he collected from his fellow Petersburg school alumni.
The third annual “Shiver in the River” started at 10 a.m. with a river cleanup and continues until 4 p.m.
Richmond artists Cheryl Clayton and Virginia R. Coleman illustrate the importance of community in a new exhibition for Black History Month.
The “It’s in the Bag” event will raise money by offering 125 designer and handcrafted handbags for sale to raise money to help with legal fe…
3,253 animals were taken in and cared for last year by the organization.
January is National Blood Donor Month.
The event raises money and awareness for Alzheimer’s disease research and The Pat Summitt Foundation.
Students built buddy benches to help students who need a friend.
A million card challenge will kick off at Monday’s ‘Walk & Roll’ event.
UMFS is hosting several groups for the City of Richmond’s ‘Day On, Not a Day Off’ MLK celebration.
Classes and tests are available online 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
After the drives, 354 canned goods and 55 coats were donated to Bon Air Baptist Church.
‘Helping the homeless’ tops Gretchen Gregor’s Christmas wish list.
Last week, about 20 football players, dressed in their jerseys, read to all the classes at Ratcliffe Elementary School.