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A local nonprofit is restoring city neighborhoods, one house at a time. Read more

Sunday Story

The Port City complex offers apartments priced to accommodate Richmond workers. Read more

News

A Habitat program unites volunteers to help renovate homes. Read more

Sunday Story

Can we cast aside the old narrative of white supremacy and tell a more inclusive version? Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

Downtown redevelopment talks are "moving in the right direction," Mayor Levar Stoney says. Read more

News

10 locales around the Richmond region with a unique identity Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

Suburban commercial developments get an urban ambiance with the addition of residential options. Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

Richmond nonprofit Viridiant hosts an Earth Day weekend tour of green homes and an environmentally friendly 5K. Read more

R•HOME

Meet the people striving to make Richmond a better place to live, work and play. Read more

Features

Better choices for residents, more mixed-income neighborhoods are sought in a draft housing plan. Read more

News

Moving to a new neighborhood can change a family’s future. Read more

Sunday Story

A rising population of young adults triggers an apartment-building boom. Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

A private-pay community in Varina is home to adults with special needs. Read more

Health

Ahead of its screening tonight, learn about the Community Justice Film Series, which works to inspire dialogue and involvement on a variety of community issues. Read more

Stage & Screen

In the future, Richmond residents will have more housing options than their parents did. Read more

Features

The Maggie Walker Community Land Trust breaks ground on the first of four houses in Church Hill. Read more

News

In response to conditions at Rudd's Trailer Park in Richmond, a network of nonprofits is developing strategies that would benefit mobile home residents throughout the region and state. For residents at Rudd's, changes can't some soon enough. Read more

Sunday Story

Signs of progress since last year’s settlements are hard to find at the Richmond trailer park. Read more

, News

If HUD approves, 66 unoccupied Richmond properties will go to nonprofits and auction. Read more

News

Returning to a city being remade — and undone — by gentrification Read more

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