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Richmond Free Press’ managing editor continues the paper’s mission to serve the African-American community. Read more

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In George H.W. Bush, a Richmond writer encountered a humble leader and devoted son. Read more

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The 1968 U.S. Open’s Ashe vs. Graebner semifinal match provided the world with, perhaps, the finest piece of tennis journalism ever. Read more

History

A new scholarship in memory of Bryan DeVasher will continue his legacy of preparing students for careers in media. Read more

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The Washington Post journalist best known for his reporting on the Watergate scandal shares strategies for getting at the truth. Read more

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News organization the Virginia Mercury takes "a new look at the Old Dominion." Read more

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The Chicago-based publisher adds Virginia publications to its roster in a $34 million sale. Read more

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The NBC12 news anchor, retiring this month after 37 years on the air, answers our pressing questions. Read more

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Journalism professor Mike Spear has left an indelible impression on students at the University of Richmond. Read more

Sunday Story

The Richmond Times-Dispatch on Monday laid off 33 people, including 13 newsroom staffers, and announced it will cut certain sections in its print edition, decisions management characterized as necessary for the newspaper’s future viability. Read more

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The online aggregator of neighborhood news that many Richmonders used to stay informed of what was going on in their part of the world is pulling its own plug. One thing we don't like here is change. Read more

Arts

A national project telling “hyperlocal” stories in untraditional ways comes to Richmond. Read more

News

From ...And Another Thing columnist Janet Giampietro: "I’m putting my online news habit on a fast" Read more

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Retired VCU professor celebrated by fellow journalists Read more

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Richmond Times-Dispatch editor makes newspaper history Read more

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In a changed city and media climate, The Richmond Free Press moves into a future without founder Ray Boone Read more

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The Hat reminisces about meeting Robert Wernick, a career journalist, after first getting to know him through his writing for Time-Life publications, as well as Life, Vanity Fair, The Saturday Evening Post, Sports Illustrated and The New Republic. Read more

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