Ellwood Thompson’s customers can donate their reusable bag credits to local charities.
We are learning just how much some area students raised for this year’s Polar Plunge, making them today’s Positively Richmond.
Midlothian High school parent Diane Klotz made a Dr. Seuss quilt in celebration of Read Across America Week.
The 11th annual Deep Run Marathon Dance is March 17 and 18 at Deep Run High School.
Members of New Bethesda Baptist Church recently provided the staff at Battlefield Park Elementary School with breakfast and a special gift
The event was held to raise money for a great cause: The Special Olympics.
Members of George Wythe High School’s Class of 1974 gave a presentation at the event along with Descendents of Nat Turner’s Legacy Minister …
Feedmore is the local organization that makes sure our own neighbors right here in RVA never go without a warm meal
The students made mattress pads for the homeless, decorated pillowcases for the Children’s Hospital and even packed more than 10,000 meals t…
Dozens of down on their luck Richmonders received the red carpet treatment Saturday night at an event put on by several local churches.
Stella and Maya sold cupcakes made by a volunteer named Lauren as part of the “Love me for Credit” program.
Participating pediatricians focus on literacy at wellness visits, and young patients can take home a brand-new book.
FeedMore’s Meals on Wheels serves fourteen cities and counties in Central Virginia.
They made bookmarks with positive messages. The students then hid them inside library books for students to find later.
A group of Henrico middle school students took the time to read to some younger kids last week, making them Positively Richmond.
From 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Chipotles throughout the area will be donating 50 percent of all sales to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Richmond…