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Past articles by Adrianna:

Richmond firefighters rescue baby from locked car

Fire crews in Richmond rescued a baby out of a locked car Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Nine Virginia trail projects awarded grants through Recreational Trails Program

The RTP was made to develop and maintain recreational trails and trail-related facilities. → Read More

Sydney Walton, one of America’s oldest WWII veterans, dies at 102

Walton, who was from San Diego, was on a national No Regrets Tour visiting all 50 states and meeting all 50 governors. → Read More

Rite-Aid partners with Uber Eats to offer on-demand delivery in Virginia

This will allow customers to order products and get them delivered right to their door. → Read More

Baby alligator rescued by Richmond Animal Care and Control

The alligator was safely removed and placed with a permitted rescue, the RACC says. → Read More

Two Virginians to perform on ‘America’s Got Talent’ finale

Ten acts are performing in hopes of winning the million-dollar prize and a show in Las Vegas! → Read More

Red Knights Chapter 8 will ride over 80 miles in honor of lives lost on 9/11

Red Knight Chapters from over 5 states will be coming to Virginia with over 150 motorcycles participating. → Read More

Gov. Northam announces artifacts going inside new time capsule in Lee statue’s pedestal

39 artifacts have been chosen to go into the capsule by a committee. → Read More

Dominion Energy sends over 200 crews to areas impacted by Hurricane Ida

They will be helping with restoring power to those in need. → Read More

VEC to host virtual job fair series called, ‘LIVE, LOVE & WORK in Virginia!’

Three virtual events will be held for employment opportunities in the northern, eastern and western regions of the state. → Read More

VDOT to lift most lane closures to ease upcoming end-of-summer travel

VDOT’s online interactive travel trends map shows congestion periods will be anticipated around the upcoming Labor Day holiday. → Read More

VCU launches study on impact of COVID-19 using twins, multiples

"They'll help us unravel the genetic and environmental factors that play a role." → Read More

Metro Richmond Zoo announces birth of male orangutan

Taavi is receiving behind-the-scenes care at the zoo and is not on exhibit. → Read More

Richmond Behavioral Health to celebrate 25 years of service with painted mural

The mural will symbolize the unity of individuals and the community to promote health, wellness and recovery. → Read More

State Fair of Virginia returns in fall 2021 with fan favorites!

The fair will return with fan favorites such as midway rides, racing pigs, live music, chainsaw artist Ben Risney and two nights of rodeo. → Read More

Be cautious of door-to-door scams, says the BBB

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning residents to be cautious of door-to-door scams. → Read More

2021 Commonwealth’s Memorial Day Ceremony to be held virtually

The 2021 Commonwealth’s Memorial Day Ceremony will be held virtually at the Virginia War Memorial in Richmond. → Read More

Rite Aid expands COVID-19 vaccinations to all locations in Va.

Rite Aid announced the company has expanded COVID-19 vaccinations to all store locations in the state. → Read More

Va. General Assembly passes bill making balloon releases illegal

State and wildlife officials say balloon releases can cause hazards to the environment. → Read More

Police investigate homicide near VCU campus

Police are investigating a homicide that occurred near VCU’s campus. → Read More