Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering's address to the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond, on the subject of U.S. Relations in the Middle East. The Speech was presented in the Grand Ballroom of the Jefferson Hotel on January 30th, 2017.
Articles by Benjamin Dolle
Ahead of the November Election, 88.9 WCVE has invited each of the candidates for Mayor of Richmond to discuss their ideas on some of the toughest issues facing the city.
In this candidate profile 88.9 WCVE’s Benjamin Dolle speaks to former Henrico County Recreation Parks Commissioner Bobby Junes.
Hurricane Matthew is powerful and dangerous for people along the coast of Florida and evacuations are underway.
Before you head to buy milk and bread, here’s what Meteorologist Mike Goldberg says we should expect after the hurricane passes up the Florida coast and into Georgia.
We’ll have a wet Saturday across most of the Commonwealth. Tidal flooding is a concern on the Northern Neck.
A newly proposed amendment to Virginia’s Constitution could remove the barriers for felons to vote entirely.
The proposed amendment, sponsored by Democratic Delegate Marcus Simon of Fairfax, would eliminate the line in the state constitution stating that no felon is allowed to vote unless his or her political rights have been restored by the governor.
State lawmakers have petitioned the supreme court of Virginia to hold Governor Terry McAuliffe in contempt over his recent actions to restore rights to previously convicted felons. The request comes after Governor McAuliffe’s restoration of rights to 13,000 felons in the wake of the Court’s invalidation of April’s blanket restoration order.
The petitioners, led by Speaker William J. Howell, have requested for McAuliffe to show why he should not be held in contempt of that decision, setting up yet another fight over the issue.
In this week's forum, we present a speech by Dr. Chris Bischof, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Richmond, on why Britain voted for the Brexit.
Dr. Bischof's speech was given to the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond at the Jefferson Hotel on August 8, 2016.
It is presented here in its entirety.
Townley Haas returned to the NOVA Aquatics Center in Henrico after winning gold in the men’s 4x200 meter relay last week.
After spending the last week in Rio, he said he was happy to be back home at NOVA.
Now that he’s finished at the Olympics, he’s got one more thing to do here in Richmond - throwing the first pitch at the Richmond Squirrels game, where he’s focused on one goal.
“I just hope I throw it straight."
Republican nominee Tom Garrett and Democrat nominee Jane Ditmar sit down to answer questions from the audience ahead of the November elections. The forum took place on August 10th, and was moderated by Bob Gibson.
Senator Mark Warner held a Town Hall today (8/17) to talk about how technology and generational changes have affected employment.
Speaking at the Snagajob headquarters in Glen Allen, Senator Warner spoke to a wide range of topics, not least of which was making sure that today’s workers have access to the same types of social insurance available to those from the last century.
The National Guard broke ground this morning (8/16) on a new facility.
Governor Terry McAuliffe was on hand as construction began on a new facility for Virginia’s National Guard, intended to provide a serious upgrade to space requirements.
Chesterfield County will add a 102,000 square foot facility that will increase capacity to 98% of the total needed.
The project will cost nearly $30 million and is expected to be complete by February of 2018.