Richmond put on a fabulous show Monday night down at the waterfront with the city-sponsored fireworks display, the perfect end to a fun-filled afternoon of music, food, and good times. And on Tuesday evening, the sky lit up once again as locals put on their own (yes, illegal) neighborhood shows.
One of Richmond's important historical resources, destroyed in a massive fire earlier in the year, has become a dumping ground for old mattresses and assorted garbage. The Pullman Neighborhood's International Hotel burned down last April in a fire intense enough to quickly reduce the structure to a scorched frame and
Richmond's Brick Yard Cove neighborhood hosted a CERT drill Saturday morning, allowing residents to participate in an active drill. First responders and volunteers participating arrived at the Brick Yard Cove Community Center around 7 am for a safety meeting and briefing on the procedures and what to expect. Staging areas
The Richmond Police received hundreds of reports of fireworks during the long Fourth of July weekend this year. The Indy takes a look at the data. Between July 1 and July 5, police received 249 reports of fireworks in progress throughout the city. Most of the calls for service were