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Early Voting in Virginia is showing good numbers according to the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP) and there are so many ways to vote. Early voting ends in Virginia on October 31, 2020. Look up your voter registration office here. Ashley Etienne is the Senior Advisor for the Joe Biden for President Campaign. She is […]

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 […]

Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney is making some adjustments to the proposed fiscal year 2021 budget due to expected losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Mayor Stoney revealed on Monday he has reduced his spending plan for fiscal year 2021 by nearly 39-million dollars, which includes canceling a raise for city employees and freezing vacant positions.  […]

Models show that social distancing is working in Virginia. Does this mean that businesses will remain closed? Governor Ralph Northam is preparing to extend social distancing guidelines in Virginia. His original order, which includes restaurant and recreational venue closings, is set to expire on April 23, 2020. Northam said yesterday that coronavirus cases will spike […]

The Virginia Coronavirus Fraud Task Force is urging residents of the commonwealth to be on the lookout for economic impact payment scammers.

Richmond Public Schools is planning on purchasing 10-thousand laptops for students who have challenges working from home. Superintendent Jason Kamras wants to ensure that RPS students have equity and access for learning. He is asking all parents to fill out a survey so the school system knows if a child does not have a laptop […]

  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 […]

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 […]

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 […]