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richmond flying squirrels

Will they ever win again? Squirrels losing skid at 14

The Flying Squirrels (10-30) woes continued on Friday night against the Erie SeaWolves (17-23), dropping the series opener on Friday, 6-1.


law

Commonwealth’s Attorneys speak out on impact of Governor’s executive order

Virginia Commonwealth’s Attorneys criticized Governor Terry McAuliffe’s executive order restoring the political rights of more than 206,000 convicted felons.


virginia

Virginia legal community raises more than 1.5 million pounds of food for those in need

The Virginia legal community has joined together to collect food for Virginia’s hungry during the 10th Annual Legal Food Frenzy.


richmond flying squirrels

Unlucky 13: Squirrels lose again

The Trenton Thunder (22-16) snapped an 8-8 tie with a four-run eighth inning, sinking the Flying Squirrels (10-29) to their 13th consecutive loss.


bill howell

Speaker Howell on federal court ruling upholding Virginia’s photo ID law

House Speaker William J. Howell issued a statement on the U.S. District Court’s ruling upholding Virginia’s photo identification law.


richmond flying squirrels

Here we go again: Squirrels losing skid now at 12

The Flying Squirrels (10-28) were blanked, 2-0 by the Trenton Thunder (21-16) for their 12th consecutive losson Wednesday.


VCU Health

Widows, widowers are happier in the face of adversity than others

Widowed patients suffering from neurological illness experience greater levels of happiness than married individuals with a similar condition.


mark herring

Heroin documentary honored by Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts

“Heroin: The Hardest Hit” has been honored with two Communicator Awards of Excellence by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts.


richmond flying squirrels

Squirrels lose again: Streak goes to 11

The Flying Squirrels dropped another close contest, this time by a final of 3-2 in 11 innings at Arm & Hammer Park in Trenton, NJ.


virginia

McAuliffe approves reforms to anti-drunk driving ignition interlock program

Governor Terry McAuliffe today approved a regulatory package developed by the Commission on Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program.


law

Department of Elections debuts Virginia Election Data Project

The Virginia Department of Elections released the Virginia Election Data Project with technical assistance provided by The Pew Charitable Trusts.


newspaper

EMS Week recognizes efforts of first responders

May 15-21 is EMS Week in Virginia. This special week honors EMS responders’ commitment to providing lifesaving services.


Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Protect yourself from foodborne illness and mosquitoes this summer

“We love summertime living in Virginia,” says Sandy Adams, Commissioner of the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.


vcu

VCU, Swedish study finds marriage protects against risk for developing alcohol use disorders

Marriage is causally related to a significant reduction in risk for development of alcohol use disorders, according to a new study.


terry mcauliffe

McAuliffe to lead marketing, trade mission to Boston, Canada

Governor Terry McAuliffe will lead a four-day marketing mission to Boston and Canada, May 17-20.


richmond flying squirrels

Curve complete sweep: Squirrels losing streak at 10

The Flying Squirrels (10-26) woes continued on Sunday afternoon as Altoona (20-17) completed a four game sweep with a 6-4 win.


gas prices

Gas prices headed back down?

Regional gas prices have declined slightly on the week, and it is possible that prices have begun to stabilize.


richmond flying squirrels

Squirrels drop five-run lead in ninth

The Flying Squirrels were one strike away – multiple times – from ending an eight game skid but instead were shocked by Altoona in a 7-6 defeat.


ken plum

Ken Plum: Racial diversity in the Virginia justice system

The General Assembly continues to fail to appoint racially diverse judicial candidates.


vcu

NBA executive challenges VCU graduates to ‘find your passion’

Pamela El, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of the NBA, challenged VCU graduates to find their passion.


richmond flying squirrels

Friday the 13th extends Squirrels losing streak to eight

The Altoona Curve (18-17) haunted the Squirrels for four runs in the ninth inning, en route to a 5-3 win on Friday the 13th at The Diamond.


virginia

Virginia revenue collections down 6.7 percent in April

Virginia’s April revenue collections fell 6.7 percent. On a fiscal year-to-date basis, total revenue collections rose 1.3 percent.


law

Democrats address voting rights restoration

The Democratic Natonal Committee and the Virginia Democratic Party discuss the restoration of voting rights for people with felony convictions.


richmond flying squirrels

Squirrels losing skid at seven

The Flying Squirrels came up short again, dropping their seventh straight contest by a final of 3-2 in the series opener against Altoona.


virginia

McAuliffe announces recipients of 2016 Governor’s Awards for Public Service

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced the recipients of the Governor’s Public Service Awards at a ceremony today at the Executive Mansion.


VCU Health

VCU Health System, Sheltering Arms Hospital form joint venture

VCU Health System and Sheltering Arms Hospital have signed an agreement to jointly address the need for stroke and brain injury care.


dominion virginia power

Dominion declares quarterly dividend of 70 cents

The board of directors of Dominion (NYSE: D) has declared a quarterly dividend of 70 cents per share of common stock.


richmond flying squirrels

Senators sweep Squirrels in Wednesday doubleheader

The Harrisburg Senators (14-17) completed a three game sweep of Richmond in an extra inning, 2-1, heartbreaking loss on Wednesday.


Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Virginia wheat forecast down 16 percent from last year

Virginia farmers expect to harvest 11.7 million bushels of winter wheat in 2016 according to the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service.


equality virginia

Equality Virginia applauds AG opinion on discrimination

The Virginia Human Rights Act uniquely makes all violations of federal civil rights law a concurrent violation of state law.


richmond flying squirrels

Slater has career night for Richmond in loss

Flying Squirrels centerfielder Austin Slater slashed five hits in a tough 7-6 Richmond loss against Harrisburg on Tuesday night.


virginia

Virginia to receive $3.1 million from Federal Housing Trust Fund

Virginia will receive more than $3.1 million in first-ever federal funding from HUD through the Federal Housing Trust Fund.


terry mcauliffe

McAuliffe announces second round of Governor’s Competition for Talent Solutions

Gov. McAuliffe announced the second annual round of competitive grants to help close the skills gap in key industry sectors.


richmond flying squirrels

Senators down Squirrels in series opener

A star-studded pitching matchup landed in favor of Harrisburg (12-17) with a 6-4 win over the Richmond Flying Squirrels.


I Love the 90s coming to the Richmond Coliseum

The I Love The 90s tour coming to the Richmond Coliseum will bring you back to the days when MTV actually played music.


richmond flying squirrels

Curve completes sweep of Richmond

Jose Osuna and Stetson Allie connected on back-to-back homers to help Altoona (14-16) complete a three game sweep over Richmond on Sunday afternoon.


richmond flying squirrels

Richmond drops doubleheader in Altoona

The Squirrels suffered a pair of losses on Saturday in Altoona. Richmond dropped the first game 3-1, and were defeated 2-1 in the nightcap.


james river association

Annual James River Rundown tests paddlers’ endurance

Registration is now open for the James River Rundown, a Waterkeeper Alliance SPLASH Series Event,


VCU Health

VCU School of Nursing receives grant to explore effect of yoga on depression during pregnancy

The VCU School of Nursing will examine how motivational interviewing and prenatal yoga might prevent depression during and after pregnancy.


letter

Celebrate mothers – and all parents – on Mother’s Day and beyond

As Mother’s Day nears, first and foremost, let’s celebrate all mothers – they are a critical part of our American society and families.