Richmond Food Truck Court Coming this Summer

There’s been an exciting new development for the Museum District this summer! Starting on June 1, there will be a Food Truck Court in the parking lot behind Temple Beth-EL (corner of Grove Avenue and Roseneath Road) every Monday night from 5:30-8:30 pm!

Food truck nights will continue every Monday until the end of August. (The Richmond Food Truck Court website does not yet show this food truck night, but it gives descriptions of some of the trucks that might be there.) Please support come out any Monday and show the Food Truck Court what they’ve been missing since they left the Historical Society. #FoodTrucksinMD!


Cary St. Cafe is Now Open for Breakfast

Cary St. Café, (located at 2631 W. Cary St.), is now open for early morning breakfast – starting at 8am, Monday thru Friday. It’s a mother/daughter team with the longtime owner, Robyn Chandler doing the cooking and her daughter, Indigo Chandler, working the front of the house. The menu consists of house made sausage gravy and biscuits, chocolate chip and blueberry pancakes, omelets, huevos rancheros and much more. And no decent breakfast venue in the south would be complete without offering grits on the menu! Cary St. Café also carries premium coffee from Rostov’s and prints a daily crossword for those who like to get their day started with a good brain-teasing puzzle.
Cary Street Cafe

Yard Sale Fundraiser

John B Cary

There will be a Yard Sale Fundraiser on Saturday 3/28 at John B. Cary Elementary

(3021 Maplewood Ave, Richmond, VA 23221) 9am to 3pm. Stop by.

TONIGHT: Police Walk Through Randolph Neighborhood


Feb. 24, 2015

Officers will meet at 5:00 p.m. today at the intersection of S. Lombardy and Kemper Streets and spread out through the neighborhood from there.

Chief Alfred Durham and the Department’s Command Staff will join Third Precinct Sector 313 Lt. Erlan Marshall for a walk through the Randolph neighborhood this evening. They will talk with residents about preventing thefts from motor vehicles, which have been a problem throughout the sector.

Command Staff members and officers will also talk safety tips and ask what residents would like to see more of from Richmond Police as they continue to strengthen connections between police and the community.

The media are encouraged to attend.

To review the 2014 crime statistics in Sector 313, please read Lt. Marshall’s January Newsletter:

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