Michael Paul Williams: RRHA delivers another blow to Fulton neighborhood

From the RTD this morning. Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority is indeed distancing our historic neighborhood from it’s past.
As excavators claw at the earth in Richmond’s Fulton neighborhood, a sign announces “another revitalization project of RRHA.”
Four decades after it demolished and displaced virtually an entire community, the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority’s body of work in […]

Greater Fulton Hill Civic Association Meeting tonight!

Just a reminder, the Greater Fulton Hill Civic Association meeting is tonight at 7pm at the NRC on 1519 Williamsburg Rd. All are welcome to attend.
There are two special guests tonight:
-Paul DiPasquale will discuss the move of his sculpture Connecticut from The Diamond to Shockoe Bottom.
-Travis Bridewell of the city transportation department will discuss planned […]

Call for Entries: Tricycle Gardens 1st Annual Edible R-evolution Garden Tour

Are you part of Richmond’s Edible R-evolution? Do you have a fabulous, creative, and sustainable kitchen garden? Do you want to share your awesomeness with others interested in growing their own food? Then please nominate your garden to be a part of this exciting new event for Tricycle Gardens

On Saturday, July 17, 2010 we will […]

Greater Fulton Hill Civic Association Meeting April 13th

The Greater Fulton Hill Civic Association invites all community members to their April meeting in Tuesday April 13th at 7pm at the Neighborhood Resource Center.
Two special guests will be featured at the gathering. Fulton Hill resident Paul DiPasquale will discuss the move of his sculpture Connecticut from The Diamond to Shockoe Bottom.
Travis Bridewell of the […]

March Community Crime Report

First Precinct – Sector 111
Community Report
March 2010
Lieutenant James J. Laino
During March, the Sector experienced a 7% decrease in Major Crime; a 38% increase in violent crime (8 incidents reported in 2009 compared to 11 in 2010) and a 14% decrease in property crime (59 incidents reported in 2009 compared to 51 in 2010). The 11 […]

Purchase The World of Patience Gromes Book

The World of Patience Gromes– a book chronicling the history of Fulton through the flood of 1972 and the urban renewal that followed. The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods has copies available for $10. To purchase a copy, call 804.644.5040 or send an e-mail to


Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 15th,when the Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods will present a program about Fulton– its history and future. Fulton’s known history stretches back to Powhatan, through centuries of a vital connection to the shipping trade (particularly Rocketts Landing), one influx after another of immigrants and migrants to Richmond, the […]

Lost Pointer found on Bunn Ave.

I have a pointer dog at my house that obviously belongs to someone special. He is trained and obedient, healthy and came running down my street with two blue collars on and a long blue and red climbing nylon rope as a leash (about 8 ft. long.) Dean and I are holding him until […]

Ukrop’s at White Oak Shopping Center Closing Date

If you shop at the Ukrop’s in the White Oak Shopping Center off of Laburnum Ave, you will want to know the closing date for store renovations.
Ukrop’s at White Oak is apart of Martin’s phase 4 store renovation schedule. The store is to close April 24 at 6 p.m. and re-open May 3 at 8 a.m.
The closings […]

Lock your vehicle doors at night, break-ins on the rise

Neighborhood Watch Alert:
Please remember to remove all personal belongings from the interior of the vehicle and lock your doors at night. During the past 3 weeks there have been personal items removed from 6 unlocked vehicles in the Fulton neighborhood.

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