From: City of Richmond The City’s Cold Weather Overflow Shelter will open tonight, January 17, Saturday, January 18, Sunday, January 19, and Monday, January 20 as overnight temperatures are forecasted to remain at or below 40 degrees during this time period. The overflow shelter is located in the City’s Public Safety Building at 505 North […]

On Wednesday, January 8, legislators from around the Commonwealth of Virginia will head to Richmond for the 2014 session of the General Assembly. Senators and Delegates will represent you so check in on them by taking an active role in the legislative process.  Some frequently asked questions “Who is my legislator?” “What bills are being introduced?” Could […]

    The City of Richmond’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities is offering free Learn to Swim classes for adults and children this summer at all nine of the department’s public swimming pools. The classes are sponsored by the American Red Cross, and all of the department’s instructors are American Red Cross Certified […]

The bigger the smile I’m just wrestling with my trial. I win!!! Celebrating the Creator and not the hater today.  This is my “Clo-ism” and I’m sticking to it….Miss Community Cloovia

  The 2013 General Assembly Session is winding down for the Senate and House of Delegates. Members from both chambers will have to tackle the state’s budget and transportation proposals. How did your legislators vote on the issues of transportation, agriculture, health care, restorative justice, estate planning, and more? Contact your Senator at the Virginia State […]

    The Virginia Senate passed the Medicaid Expansion measure (SB800) on Thursday which allow the Department of Medical Assistance Services to move forward with extending Medicaid coverage. Nearly 400,000 Virginians, including 62,000 working people age 50-64, will have health coverage effective January 1, 2014 if the state can get federal waivers. The reform system would include […]

  This is the best day to be alive because God made it so. In all that you may go through just know that you were built to last. Shoutouts to the overcomers, conquerors, winners, and victors. I tried it! I tested it! It’s true! This is my “Clo-ism” and I’m sticking to it…..Miss Community […]

View the latest bills that have been introduced, passed and rejected at the 2013 General Assembly Session. Here is an update on HB1788 the elections and  identification to register to vote and vote at Richmond Sunlight Legislators from around the Commonwealth of Virginia are in Richmond for the 2013 session of the General Assembly. Senators and Delegates will represent […]

  Tax season has begun for the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS has announced a variety of enhanced products and services to help taxpayers prepare and file their tax returns efficiently by the April 15 deadline.  File your tax return, get your refund status and pay your tax bill here. Who qualifies for the Earned […]

        This is a great day to be alive in spite of what it looks or feels like today. Set your pace by keeping God first place in your space. I tried it! I tested it! It’s true! This is my “Clo-ism” for the day, God’s words of wisdom in laymen terms timely […]

Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, Deputy U.S. Attorney General Jim Cole, and other Administration officials will travel to Richmond, Virginia today. VP Biden will deliver remarks at a roundtable discussion on the Administration’s effort to reduce gun violence. U.S. Senator Tim Kaine […]

    The National Weather Service is calling for another winter storm that could result in snow for the mid-Atlantic region. There is a winter weather advisory in effect for the northern neck of Virginia. Here are the latest closings and delays from CBS-6  for Thursday, January 24, 2013.