Retro Day on the James from Tijo Media on Vimeo. As always thank you to Brandon Montijo for sharing his video.
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Become a River Hero Home, Build a Rain Barrel and Protect the River! A special $35 offer for South of the James Neighbors
Just another day in the lives of our local River Rats, Riverside Outfitters. This picture was taken last Sunday by Keith and you should check out the full set online.
Details from the Affair with the James website;
NBC12.com – Richmond, VA NewsThe search was suspended last night as darkness fell and was to pickup again at 7 a.m. this morning.
If you every plan on going anywhere near the James River you need to bookmark this site and check before you go. It’s the spiffy new James River River Watch website and it will give you all the critical information for a fun and more importantly safe visit to the river. Every Friday volunteers will even […]
Z dam from David Fary on Vimeo. First spotted on the Riverside Outfitters Facebook page.
Three years ago H&H posted a message from a resident stating “Why the leash law should be enforced“. It still ranks as one of the most commented topics in our archives. The majority fell into the rules need to be followed category. Phil Riggan has brought up the subject in relation to the James River […]
In order to keep us all safe from the mighty James the giant floodwall was built. The floodwall has moving bits and those bits need to be tested periodically. This testing is starting on Saturday, details below on how it can affect your drive to town. Floodwall FAQ
From RTD Richmond police are investigating two robberies, including one that occurred on Belle Isle in the James River. There were no injuries in either robbery.
From RTD Emergency crews pulled four people from the rain-swollen James River near Haxall Point in downtown Richmond on Wednesday night.
Not a lengthy interview but worth a read. White, who for 30 years served as the park’s obsessive steward, says the city made the right call. But by his own account, managing the park wasn’t all glamour and sunshine. How’s Burrell going to handle it? “He’s smarter than I am,” White says. “He’s slicker and more […]
RVANews Picture of the Day: #RVA at sunrise by Michael Chronister
Nathan Burrell has been named the new manager of Richmond’s James River Park. Burrell succeeds Ralph White, who for over 30 years worked in the Department of Parks & Rec before retiring this year.
Not content with just one festival RVA has decided that there will be 2 Earth Day Festivals. There will be the Richmond Earth Day Festival (Enrichmond Foundation) in 17th Street Farmer’s Market and the RVA Earth Day Festival and Celebration (Style Weekly) in Manchester.