"I believe that something is close to happening."
Kadin Shedrick leaves Virginia without winning an NCAA tournament game. Isaac Traudt is leaving without ever even playing in one.Shedrick, a 6-foot-11 redshirt junior center, and Traudt, a 6-10 freshman forward who redshirted this season, both entered their names in the NCAA transfer portal …
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"I believe that something is close to happening."
Health leaders expect the clinic to treat a mostly immigrant population, whose ailments include diabetes and high blood pressure.
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"There's probably a little bit of dirt on a lot of peoples' hands. When you win five games, it is what it is. ... It wasn't good on offense. That's for sure. It was hard film to watch."
The dance between VCU basketball coach Mike Rhoades and Penn State continues, with the Nittany Lions not having made a decision yet on who their next coach will be.
Enlarged clubhouses and the addition of a second batting cage are among the MLB mandated ballpark upgrades
Richmond seems to have gotten off light, in relative terms, when it comes to renovations required at The Diamond to keep the Double-A Richmond Flying Squirrels in town until a new ballpark opens.
A crippling cyberattack in February has left many Dish Network subscribers unable to reach the wireless TV provider for run-of-the-mill customer issues.
Design and architecture firm Hickok Cole has some new digs in Scott’s Addition after a period of rapid growth in numbers and additional high-profile clients in the Richmond area.
David Wayne Kingrea was convicted in a child molesting case – but years later his accuser, now grown, said that he had lied.
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This is the seventh time The Times-Dispatch has selected an all-metro team, and the sport continues to grow at the VHSL level.
On March 26, 2004, an intense fire that witnesses said started in a Dumpster destroyed a five-story apartment building at 933 W. Broad St. and spread to nearly 20 other buildings across several blocks. One death was attributed to the blaze.
A disabled graduate student at the University of Virginia says he has had no choice but to take medical leave after the school retaliated against him for filing a discrimination complaint with the federal government.
The most incomprehensible Final Four since VCU and Butler crashed the 2011 party includes a school that discontinued men’s basketball for 14 years and a program that recently endured four consecutive 20-loss seasons. And that’s just the half of it.
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Sharpton's National Action Network civil rights organization announced the plans over the weekend.
The small but mighty Richmond advertising industry is known for landing major accounts, producing high-profile content such as Super Bowl ads and building conversation at the national level.
"UConn or not, we're still playing a very talented team," Georgia Amoore said.
It's crunch time as the NFL's owners gather for their annual meeting.
Richmond roots of St. Christopher's Jennings brothers helped Prince George transfers take leadership of Saints' athletic culture
"I wouldn’t trade my family for the world."
The Hokies will meet Ohio State on Monday for a berth in the Final Four.
As the Muslim community observes the holy month of Ramadan, the Islamic Center of Henrico & Masjid Al-Falah marks its 10th year as Henrico County’s first freestanding mosque.
A cup of coffee once a month goes to statewide flooding protection and energy efficiency programs
Perhaps fortunately, April 1, a day designated April Fools’ Day, falls on a Saturday this year, but that doesn’t mean plenty of employees won’t have access to doing something stupid at work that could get them fired, or arrested.
Inside the 'delicate balance' Virginia's Jay Woolfolk has between closing games and competing for the top QB job
The overwhelming priorities in the collaboration between Virginia’s football and baseball coaching staffs are to keep the goals of the Cavaliers’ two-sport athlete within reach and his right arm healthy to do everything he must to achieve them.
Three Bassett Volunteer Rescue Squad volunteers were injured Sunday, one seriously, when their ambulance overturned.
These are some of the most luxurious homes on the Richmond market.
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With excitement building for this Saturday’s opening of the Charlottesville City Market, celebrating 50 years in operation, one woman reflected on her family’s special connection to the local farmers market: her seven brothers named Cason.
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