Radio One Richmond joined The City of Richmond, The Mayors office, The City of Richmond’s Fire Department and Walmart to help those that have fallen on rough times.
https://www.facebook.com/Schenectadyssupersurvivor/photos/a.515779191824305.1073741829.515522978516593/946801598722060/?type=3&theater Katy Perry always goes to great lengths to make sure that her fans are happy. But for 8-year-old burn victim Safyre Terry, she went above and beyond. Perry wrote a kind letter to the arson burn victim, whose viral wish for holiday cards has gotten her more than 1 million this season. She’s also Katy Perry’s number […]
The Thanksgiving holiday has come and gone and just as plentiful as the leftovers in your kitchen is the aftermath of one of arguably the biggest…
Every holiday season amongst the cheery black Friday commercials, talk floats around about boycott black Friday altogether. But Jeff Johnson has a very good explanation for why…
To our men and women who protect and serve our country, we salute you and will never forget… A man who lays down his life for another is to be honored. Please join in on some events to salute veterans in Richmond and across Virginia this week and weekend at www.virginia.org/veteransday
Governor Terry McAuliffe has announced the dates for Virginia’s tax free holiday, August 7-9, 2015. The 5.3 percent sales tax will not be imposed on school supplies that are 20 dollars or less and clothing and footwear 100 dollars or less. Parents, students and educators the sales tax is exempt on school supplies as binder pockets, book […]
Traditional observance of Memorial Day has diminished over the years. Many Americans nowadays have forgotten the meaning and traditions of Memorial Day and use it as the unofficial kick off to summer. Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service in the […]
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