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Mike Aldax

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‘Free Comic Book Day’ coming to Richmond Public Library

On Saturday, May 6, the Richmond Public Library is set to host a celebration of Free Comic Book Day, where comic book specialty shops...

RPD wants hands-free speed radars for motorcycle cops

If the Richmond Police Department gets its way, motorcycle cops will be able to track vehicle speeds without having to remove their hands from...

Harry Ells High’s Class of ’67 planning cruise for 50th reunion

Graduates from the Class of 1967 at the former Harry Ells High School in Richmond are planning a 3-day cruise to celebrate their 50th...

Blush a hip new addition to 23rd Street

It may make her blush to say so, but a hip new store has opened on 23rd Street thanks to Richmond native Viridiana Rodriguez. The...

Takkarist McKinley is talk of NFL Draft after emotional interview

Kennedy High grad Takkarist McKinley was understandably emotional after being selected No. 26 overall by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2017 NFL Draft on...

RYSE set to perform original ‘Richmond Renaissance’ May 6-7

RYSE is set to debut its highly-anticipated third annual production -- a play written and performed by Richmond youth called Richmond Renaissance -- on...

NBA great A.C. Green participates in Richmond youth basketball camp

Retired NBA great A.C. Green was among the mentors who participated at the NBA FIT Clinic at the EM Downer Family YMCA on Thursday. The clinic,...

WCCUSD buys 51 HP computers for Kennedy, De Anza tech academies

Wanda Gonzalez (above), a student in Kennedy High School's Information Technology Academy, stunned with her vocals on Thursday -- and there was plenty to...

Richmond native to Trump: leave our national monuments alone

Teresa Baker, a Richmond native, founder of African American Nature and Parks Experience and author of the blog, African American Explorations, penned this opinion...

Well-known muralist revisits a Richmond favorite

By Mike Kinney Today, well-known muralist John O. Wehrle met with the Richmond Standard to discuss the history and intent behind one of Richmond's most...

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