Snapshots and pictures from more than a century are helping to tell the story of the African-American experience here in the region. It’s a …
Tucked away in the city of Petersburg remains a small, prominent community known as Pocahontas Island. The peninsula is considered one of th…
Hidden History chronicles the First Baptist Church of Midlothian
The role of United States Colored Troop regiments at the Battle of the Crater will be the focus of a tour on February 17.
Lena Horne has been chosen as the 41st honoree in the Black Heritage stamp series.
The monument in Capitol Square was designed to be a tomb for George Washington
What is now known as the Courtney Road Service Station was built in 1925.
In the 1970’s, Elizabeth Adam Crump donated land to help long-term healthcare and service enter a new era.
The 16th century manor from Lancashire, England is the same home that stands in Richmond, Virginia today.
As the relationship between Pocahontas and John Rolfe developed, so did many others across Central Virginia.
James Armistead Lafayette became a double agent during the Revolutionary War.
Dr. Sarah Garland Jones was the first black woman licensed to practice medicine in Virginia.
Executions were held at public gallows in downtown Richmond for decades.
Old City Hall has been part of Richmond’s landscape for more than 120 years.
The family overseeing the property calls it the oldest laboring farm in the country.
Carpenters are adding a porch to Raleigh Tavern after learning the original building had one.