About Miss Community Clovia

Clovia Lawrence is a seasoned broadcast journalist who is best known in the Richmond Metropolitan area as \"Miss Community\" or \"Community Clovia.\" With more than 20 years experience, her real passion is in tackling tough topics and issues that affect the lives of people from every walk of life. Ms. Lawrence is the product of the Richmond Public School system and a graduate of Virginia Union University. Covering the Central Virginia market, she has a proven track record as a news reporter, announcer, and community affairs director working at more than a dozen radio stations in virtually every format.

Virginia has re-opened slightly and my team wants to make sure our front line workers, under resourced communities and the elderly have the proper protective wear in public. A team of concerned small business owners and two non-profit organizations have come together to help our most vulnerable communities stop the dreaded spread of Coronavirus. The […]

Free COVID-19 Walk-Up testing is available in Richmond and Henrico today and Thursday. Richmond City and Henrico County offer FREE COVID-19 testing in communities. FREE COVID-19 Testing on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at the Diversity Richmond (event hall) 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. located 1407 Sherwood Avenue, Richmond VA 23220 FREE COVID-19 Testing on Thursday, […]

The Coronavirus numbers still continue rise across the state and the Richmond metro area. How to stop the spread of COVID-19? Let’s start with the CDC guidelines for six feet social distancing, honoring the stay-at-home order, wearing masks or facial coverings in public, gloves and washing hands frequently. Is my cough just a simple cold, […]

This is a great day to be alive in the midst of a global pandemic. If you’re reading the message then this is a great day. Thousands have died daily from the dreaded Coronavirus, but you are HERE. Make this a day of gratitude and not a bad attitude because you want the old ‘life’ […]

Protesters against Governor Ralph Northam’s stay-at-home order are gathering in Richmond today. Northam announced that phase one of reopening Virginia after the Coronavirus pandemic will begin late next week. However, some protesters want the state to open now and not wait until next week. ReOpen Virginia and organizations like it in other states are supportive […]

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is one of my special guest on Community Conversations ‘COVID-19’ talks this Saturday at 9:00 a.m. on 99.3/105.7 Kiss Fm or online at kissrichmond.com The big question during our conversation will be, When will Virginia reopen for business? Listen this Saturday morning for details. But in the meantime, I have shared […]

Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney is making some adjustments to the proposed fiscal year 2021 budget due to expected losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Mayor Stoney revealed on Monday he has reduced his spending plan for fiscal year 2021 by nearly 39-million dollars, which includes canceling a raise for city employees and freezing vacant positions.  […]

Models show that social distancing is working in Virginia. Does this mean that businesses will remain closed? Governor Ralph Northam is preparing to extend social distancing guidelines in Virginia. His original order, which includes restaurant and recreational venue closings, is set to expire on April 23, 2020. Northam said yesterday that coronavirus cases will spike […]

Governor Northam had to close Virginia schools during the COVID-19 pandemic weeks ago but made it clear that students will be fed breakfast and lunches through meal distribution sites. Here’s a listing of meal distribution sites in the Metro Richmond area: Richmond Public Schools meal distribution sites Henrico County Public Schools meal distribution sites Hanover […]

The Virginia Coronavirus Fraud Task Force is urging residents of the commonwealth to be on the lookout for economic impact payment scammers.


Richmond Public Schools is planning on purchasing 10-thousand laptops for students who have challenges working from home. Superintendent Jason Kamras wants to ensure that RPS students have equity and access for learning. He is asking all parents to fill out a survey so the school system knows if a child does not have a laptop […]

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has amended Executive Order Fifty-Three to include the Stay-At-Home order which is in effect until June 10, 2020, or until further notice. Will this order be changed? Can I leave my house? Are you limiting interstate travel? What about religious services? Can I still go to my church, synagogue or mosque? […]