In the beginning of the pandemic, I had an opportunity to explore the Jackson Ward neighborhood while working on a photo essay about how the health crisis affected the community.
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A longtime journalist known in the industry for thoughtful storytelling and serving readers has been named managing editor of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
David Ng, the new managing editor at Richmond Times-Dispatch, speaks about his philosophy and approach to journalism.
Acoustic folk rock duo Colin & Caroline performed a concert live from the Richmond Times-Dispatch newsroom on Wednesday, Dec. 7.
Watch a live hourlong Election Night special presented by the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Coverage begins at 7 p.m. and will include timely updates on results as well as interviews with reporters and editors in the Times-Dispatch newsroom. (The livestream has ended. A video of the full hour wil…
Election Day is almost here, and we’re gearing up for a busy sprint to the finish.
Erin & The Wildfire was the latest musical act to perform in the Times-Dispatch's Live From The Fourth Floor concert series. Watch their performance above.
If you want to catch a “sneak peek” of sorts of this weekend’s Richmond Folk Festival, tune in to Richmond.com for a live performance from old-time musician Josh Bearman live from the Richmond Times-Dispatch newsroom on Wednesday at 1 p.m.
This new 12-member Lee Enterprises reporting team will shine an investigative reporting spotlight on important community issues throughout the country.
Lee Enterprises, parent company of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, is shining an investigative reporting spotlight across its 77 daily news markets throughout the country.
Deau Eyes, the band name for indie rock powerhouse Ali Thibodeau, performed live at the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Friday.
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Veteran Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Paul Williams will be honored this month by both of his alma maters.
Veteran photojournalist Bob Brown has seen it all and done it all over a career spanning more than 50 years, and along the way he’s won pretty much every award in Virginia journalism.
The honor was presented virtually by the organization during its VPA News & Advertising Contest.
I grew up in a two-newspaper house. The Detroit Free Press and our community paper were essential parts of our lives, as were Peter Jennings and local news on the TV. It all gave me a first taste of journalism.
There was a time when reporters and photographers could sneak into the Virginia Senate by dashing up a narrow staircase accessible through an unmarked door on the ground floor of the state Capitol. Not many people knew about that back entrance. Bob Brown did.
Chris Coates, an award-winning and innovative journalist who has run several newsrooms in the Midwest, will be the Richmond Times-Dispatch’s next executive editor.
At the Richmond Times-Dispatch, our news staff is always looking for innovative and engaging ways to present our award-winning news content.
Introducing the new Richmond.com
We’re excited to announce our website redesign and wanted to share this video with you about the new features.
Richmond Times-Dispatch Executive Editor Paige Mudd, who started at the news organization in 1999 as a summer intern, has been named Lee Enterprises’ local news director for the east region.
It’s good to be home.