Latino community

Richmond police officer Juan Tejeda uses his off-duty time to build up the Latino community. Read more

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A program for Hispanic students aims to improve graduation rates. Read more


Argentina Ortega has built a colossus at La Sabrosita — bakery, wholesaler and community center all in one. Read more

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The inaugural Latin RVA Restaurant Week kicks off Aug. 14, supporting and celebrating Latin culture in Richmond. Read more

Food News & Trends

Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Dorothy Jaeckle talks about challenges and priorities for 2017, and addresses the controversy over some of her recent comments about increased poverty and the rising number of English learners in county schools. Read more


Specialty chambers of commerce seek to serve Virginia’s Hispanic and Asian-American business communities. Read more



Oscar Contreras in his studio at WBTK-AM Radio Poder (Photo by Jay Paul)

Oscar Contreras reflects on WBTK’s decade as a beacon for Richmond’s Latinos Read more


Latinos, many-cultured and multihued, are looking for a Richmond story that goes beyond black and white Read more

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A Southside trailer park at the center of a federal lawsuit lodged against the city is now on the auction block. Read more


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