In the Community

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 […]

Governor Ralph Northam and the Virginia Emergency Support Team provide daily updates at 11:00 AM on Virginia’s COVID-19 response.

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 […]

Governor Ralph Northam and the Virginia Emergency Support Team provide daily updates 11:00 a .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 approaching 100. Virginia health officials identified 94 […]

Multiple employers were on-hand to take resumes and speak to employment hopefuls. Resources to help with resume building and career development were also present.

The Radio One Richmond Toy Drive kicked off this week at Walmart on 2410 Sheila Lane, Richmond, VA 23225. The Radio One family hit the streets to spend time with listeners while collecting toys for our toy distribution on Friday!

Ms. Community and Radio One Richmond believe that all children should wake up on Christmas day with presents under the tree. We also understand that families that work hard every day can't always afford gifts. Radio One and our partners want to help by gifting families in need of a toy or two.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and 99.3/105.7 KISS FM and Miss Community Clovia want to make sure our female listeners are getting their annual mammograms. Richmond’s very own Allison Breast Center is a FULL SERVICE mammography center. They provide a comfortable experience and you received your results in person, from the radiologist before you […]

If you have paid your debt to society you should be fully restored to vote, serve on a jury, run for public office or become a notary public. My teams, Rolling For Freedom-R4F and Project Give Back To Community are stakeholders for the Restoration of Rights Department in the Office of the Secretary of the […]