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, […]

Free Ice Skating offered at two Richmond Rinks because of the dangerous heat conditions this weekend. Richmond Ice Zone and SkateNation Plus will allow people to skate for free this weekend. Fill out the free admission form here. Once the form is complete you will receive a listing of available skating times and locations. Don’t […]

Parents! Students! Community! On Saturday, April 30 get ready for the annual Healthy Kids Day at several local Y’s including the Northside YMCA. The event is free and open to all from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The day will feature a Bounce house, Obstacle course, Pool activities/Open swim, Family Boot Camp, Family Zumba, Relay […]

Either A.J. Calloway and Free Wright are two amazing April Fool's pranksters, or they're really returning to '106 & Park.'

  McDonald’s Media Alert: On Friday, September 18, McDonald’s restaurants in the Greater Richmond area will be celebrating Back to School season and will be offering a free breakfast to kindergarten through eighth grade students from 6:00am to 9:00am. All students must be accompanied by an adult when visiting a Greater Richmond area McDonald’s restaurant. […]

It looks like former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell will remain free while his corruption convictions are on appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. Monday’s decision from the highest court in the land comes after McDonnell failed to win retrials from lower federal courts and could not convince a federal court in Richmond to allow him […]

It’s never really been heard of from the U.S. Supreme Court… Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell remains free for now. On Monday, Supreme Court Justice John Roberts stayed a mandate that would  ask McDonnell to start his 24-month prison sentence. Justice Roberts ordered federal prosecutors to respond to McDonnell’s request for bail by 4 this afternoon. […]

Former Governor Bob McDonnell was sentenced to 24-months in prison early this year following his corruption convictions. McDonnell appealed his case to the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to remain free until a ruling comes. The appeals court upheld his convictions last month. Lawyers for the ex-governor sited fairness Monday to keep him free […]

    You get new shoes, you get new shoes and you get new shoes! The Richmond Partnership of Churches will host the annual “New Shoes for Back to School” ministry on Monday, September 1, 2014. Shoes will be provided for children K-12 while supplies last. Parent and child must be present to receive new […]

Freeway Rick Ross sold millions of dollars in drugs destroying communities all while he could not read. He was sentenced to life in prison but was released in 2009. He was literally freed by learning to read in prison. Ross is back building up the communities he destroyed through literacy. Please visit Ross’ Freeway Literacy Foundation.   Listen […]

While They’re Serving Lattes, Starbucks Employees Can Get A Free Education Working at Starbucks can prove to be quite beneficial if you want to further…