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Good Morning, RVA: Do you feel resurgent?

The state of RVA is resurgent, and the state of the weekend is nigh.

College affordability bills now in Senate

After clearing the House of Delegates, two bills aimed at making college more affordable in Virginia have now moved to the Senate.


Lombardy Sugar Shack reopening tomorrow

Fried chicken doughnuts are expected to be on the menu.


Weekend music at Crossroads

Music and some sort of foot balling event that may or may not be super.


Discounted Forest Hill Historic District plaques available

Show your historic pride.

Cort Furniture

West End furniture rental company moving closer to its clientele

Cort Furniture’s clientele is largely within the city limits.

Gayton Baptist food packing

Join over 700 volunteers to pack 150,000 meals for the world’s hungry

Church volunteers will pack meals to send to starving children this weekend, and you can help.


Water main work to close parts of Forest Hill Avenue

Work will start on February 2nd and wrap up two to three months later.


Good Morning, RVA: The State of RVA

It’s cold, the mayor delivers his State of the City address tonight, and it could snow this weekend.


Senate limits access to hidden gun permits

The state Senate on Thursday passed a bill that would prohibit certain out-of-state police agencies from accessing information regarding concealed weapon permits issued by the commonwealth of Virginia.

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