From the city’s CURRENT TRAFFIC INFORMATION site: N 21ST ST/T ST FIRE, ACCIDENT – PERSON TRAPPED (Special Assignment) On Scene 10:30 PM SINGLE VEHICLE HIT A TREE…NO ONE IS GETTING OUT…
Archive for “T Street”
On a night dark with all of the street lights out, some kind of police pursuit ends with an empty car on T Street blasting hip hop, a plane circling Church Hill, and at least 10 police cars between 28th and 30th Street rolling blue lights as officers poke around vacant lots in the area [...]
Dean Alshami’s Mosby Market & Deli at T and Mosby Street is a successful corner store that doesn’t sell any alcohol and has created jobs for nearby residents. What’s next? Alshami has acquired the old Sunny Market and has a plan for it…
There have been a spate of prostitution arrests in the Fairmount area recently. Word from Sector 113′s Lt.Harrison is that the court date for those arrested will be November 20, 2009 at 9:30AM.
The stunning burl on a sycamore on T Street (between 22nd & 23rd) has recently been made surreal with the addition of a painted face and heart.
An as-yet-unidentified black male was shot to death in the 2200 block of T Street at just after 10:30PM yesterday. The victim’s name is being withheld until next of kin is notified. Richmond Police are looking for a black male approximately five feet ten inches tall and wearing a black shirt, jeans and a red [...]
An article on environmentally-friendly construction in the RTD a few days ago, a look at the growing interest in green construction, drops that Better Housing Coalition moved “exclusively to building EarthCraft-certified developments” back in 2005, and that Habitat for Humanity’s Pillars at Oakmont will be certified as well: Having mastered the process, Richmond Habitat will [...]
A look at the changing approach of Habitat for Humanity drops some info about the Pillars at Oakmont. Construction on the 15 townhomes at T and 33rd Streets is slated to begin early in 2009.
The Fairmount area contained a few non-residential developments prior to 1890 that helped to shape the neighborhood as it displaced them. The most important of these was the Central Lunatic Asylum, built on property originally part of a military hospital during the Civil War. The southern edge of the grounds was S Street, which later [...]
Richmond police announced the arrest of 14 members of the “Church Hill Boyz”, a gang involved in violence and drug activity in the area around 22nd and T streets. [via]
Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity has announced plans to build The Pillars at Oakmont, 15 single-family, energy-efficient row houses at T and 33rd Streets. Twelve units will be sold at discounts (~$90,000), the remainder will be sold at market value (~$175,000 to $210,000). [via]
Fire this afternoon at 2312 T Street; no word the cause or the residents.
A man allegedly linked to the Dec.13 killing of Anna Callear-Kirby in Chesterfield was found overdosed in a rooming house at 23rd and T Streets at about 4PM yesterday. Police report that the man may also have been responsible for a recent armed robbery and assault at a bank, and was suspected in the robbery [...]
Delonte Durrell Lewis, now 18, was sentenced this week to 40 years in prison (with 20 years suspended) for the March 2006 murder of Elaine Bowens. [via]