Housing


Creighton Court from above.
What’s Next for Creighton Court Residents?

While the demolition and redevelopment of Creighton Court moves forward, residents are facing displacement and an uncertain future.

Virginia turtles are getting shot
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For April 19

Virginia landlords must now accept vouchers, Fairfax officer's bias leads to case dismissals, and someone is shooting turtles.

Creighton Rd.
Creighton Court Plans Raise Questions About Richmond’s Housing Projects

RICHMOND-Public housing projects including Creighton Court are about to disappear in Richmond. That’s happening by design.

March 24, 2018 March for Our Lives By Sheila Fitzgerald
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Friday, April 9

Virginia expects a Johnson & Johnson shortage next week, Biden announces gun safety proposals, and the American Rescue Plan to support the houseless.

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam gestures duding a news conference at the Capitol, in Richmond, Va(AP Photo/Steve Helber)
Federal Funding Will Help Virginia Families Keep Their Homes.

ARLINGTON — A pandemic’s hard enough. Add housing concerns on top of health concerns and that creates an even larger issue.

Houseless people in Richmond were kicked out of their encampment Wednesday.
‘We’re Running Out of Money’ : People Inc. Needs Help to Keep Homeless Services Going

ABINGDON - People, Inc. needs money. Without more support, the Abingdon-based group won't be able to continue supporting the homeless.

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church member Sherman England (from left) and Pastor Susan Hannah present Kimberly Baldridge, Danville Pittsylvania County Habitat for Humanity executive director, with a check for $20,696.86. Contributed photo.
A Safe Community: Danville Church Helps Build Homes

DANVILLE – In Danville, a life-changing donation impacted 30 future families looking for better living conditions.