Ask anyone and they’ll say the word that best describes Stephan “Coach” Hicks is “passion,” especially when it comes to men’s ministry.
Nearly every evening of the week, after he’s put in an eight-hour day as a Human Research administrator at VCU, you can find him at his other job – mentoring men. It is a [...]
Thousands gathered in Richmond’s Historic Jackson Ward for two days of live music, delicious food, and opportunities to purchase Afrocentric goods and fashion.
The weather was perfect as festival goers took to the streets.
Brian Taylor with the Central Virginia African American Chamber of Commerce worked the crowd, introducing as many people as possible to the new [...]
Whether you’re single and live on your own, or you’re raising a family, feeling secure in your community is likely an important priority to you. As an average citizen, there are several steps you can take to make your community safer.
When people know one another, they are more likely to watch out for one [...]
Beginning the 2014-2015 school year, all Richmond Public School students will be offered an opportunity to select a breakfast and lunch meal daily free of charge. Under the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), school districts that predominately serve low-income students may offer free, nutritious school meals through the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program. Students [...]
Family members took a moment to acknowledge each member of the Boys and Girls club who passed away due to violence. They hung badges with the victims’ name and lit a candle for each one.
Ervin Johnson of Dream Makers Academy spoke about the need to communicate more to avoid problems and the importance of “bringing [...]