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Yard sale at Northside Family Learning Center

The parent group at the Northside Family Learning Center‘s daycare will host a yard sale/bake sale this Saturday, April 21st from 7am to 1pm, rain or shine. NFLC is located at 800 W. Graham Road off of Chamberlayne (near the intersection of Chamberlayne and Overbrook). Items for sale will include: gently used infant, toddler, and […]

Northside Family Learning Center yard sale

Northside Family Learning Center will be holding a yard sale to benefit their daycare’s scholarship fund on Saturday, October 1st from 8am to 1pm. They will also be accepting donations of gently used kids items and other good to be sold. If you have items to donate, please drop them off by Friday, September 30th […]

Strangers-on-a-Train

Strangers on a Train, Rocky Horror at Movieland

Baptist Seminary considers merger with Chowan. Maybe.

A recent article from the Associated Baptist Press indicates that Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond is considering a merger with Chowan University, a four-year, private Baptist university in Murfreesboro, North Carolina — an arrangement that could address BTSR’s reported $7 million debt.

*UPDATE* Delegate McClellan presenting General Assembly update

Due to “a number of illnesses” Councilman Samuels has cancelled tonight’s meeting. The meeting will be rescheduled.

Openly gay ministry candidate speaks at Ginter Park Presbyterian

Ginter Park Presbyterian Church was mentioned in the Times-Dispatch’s recent story on Lisa Larges, an open lesbian who has been a candidate for ministry in the Presbyterian Church since the 80s. A 1989 graduate of the San Francisco Theological Seminary, Larges shared her story at Ginter Park Presbyterian this past Sunday.

Shooting on 3000 block of Montrose Avenue

A reader left a comment about serious gun fire in an alley on the 3000 block Montrose Avenue. The police quickly found the firearms and developed a suspect.

4th precinct MPACT meeting this Thursday

Northside residents are encouraged to attend the 4th precinct Mayor’s Participation and Communication Team (MPACT) meeting this Thursday evening at 6:30pm in the Community Room at the 4th Precinct Police Headquarters (2219 Chamberlayne Avenue). The monthly MPACT meetings give residents an opportunity to hear from Richmond City leadership about plans to address citizen issues and […]

Cannon Creek Greenway proposal up for review

A proposal for a bicycle and pedestrian trail along the Richmond-Henrico Turnpike (dubbed Cannon Creek Greenway) is coming up in front of the City Planning Commission on Tuesday, February 22 at 1:30pm at City Hall. According to tipster Jeanne, the Virginia National Guard has agreed to donate the equipment and manpower needed to get the […]

VUU’s new police chief profiled in the T-D

The Times-Dispatch recently ran a nice story on Virginia Union University’s new(ish) police chief Carlton G. Edwards highlighting his commitment to campus safety and his ability to rally the troops in less-than-desirable situations. Edwards took charge of VUU’s police on December 1 of last year after retiring from the Virginia Commonwealth University Police Department as […]

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