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If I died, who would care? I felt that way early on in my career. How did I make it through? A village of people who prayed with me and for me. They talked to me daily until I realized that my life matters. There are people suffering silently so check up on your family, […]

Some VA school districts will head to school while others are strictly virtual. Parents and teachers, listen to my interview with Dr. McCall about the 10 Steps to Becoming Successful During Virtual Learning

  If you have lost your right to vote, serve on a jury, become a notary public or run for public office do to a felony conviction -start the process for restoration of rights. Check your eligibility below and submit a request to have your civil rights processed through the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office. […]

                         KEY DATES FOR NOVEMBER 3, 2020 GENERAL ELECTION   Friday, September 18, 2020: Early voting begins. Registrars will begin mailing ballots to eligible voters who applied for their ballots online, by mail or fax. You can also visit your local registrar’s office or satellite voting location to cast your ballot. Tuesday, October 13, 2020: […]

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’ […]

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 […]

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? […]

We have been warned to STAY AT HOME and use social distancing in large gatherings for weeks now and lets say a lot of people were not listening. So, here is the latest, Governor Ralph Northam has amended the Executive Order effective March 30, 2020 that shall remain in full force and in effect until […]

  Virginia residents help is on the way!  The US Senate approved a bipartisan coronavirus (COVID-19) economic relief package. This legislation includes direct payments, expand child care access, protect small business and assistance to local and state government. Here’s the full text from US Senator Tim Kaine, Virginia district: WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Tim […]

  Medical essential personnel at VCU can breath a sigh of release. The City of Richmond and the YMCA of Greater Richmond have entered into a partnership to provide childcare to children of doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. The ‘Y’ is the first of several emergency childcare facilities across the city and will open […]

Governor Ralph Northam and the Virginia Emergency Support Team provide daily updates at 2:00 p.m. on Virginia’s COVID-19 response live facebook @ Governor of Virginia. Be sure to watch for our community’s health and safety. According to the Virginia Department of Health, the number of coronavirus cases is 219, with 32 concentrated in James City […]

The restaurant industry is struggling during the Coronavirus pandemic, but there are customers making a difference or at least one with a big tip. Area businesses have been forced to close dining areas and switch to takeout. CBS-6 reports that a customer left a huge impression at Buzz and Ned’s Real Barbecue on West Broad […]