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Governor Writes: “I remain very concerned about the affordability of post-secondary education for the young people of Virginia…..I need your leadership now in holding down in-state tuition and fee increases.” RICHMOND – Following General Assembly passage of a biennial budget that provides over $230 million in new funding for Virginia’s higher education system, Governor Bob […]

It’s tight but it’s right! Your haters while you are humble will come after you and stumble. Take the Faith stand today. I tried it ! I tested it! It’s true! This is my “Clo-ism” and I’m sticking to it.   Miss Community Clooovia RECENT HEADLINES: Flow of Wisdom Radio Presents: A Powerful Interview with David Banner David […]

Timothy Michael Kaine was born on February 26, 1958. During his time in office, Kaine has held multiple positions. They include, the 76th Mayor of Virginia (1988-2000), the 38th Lieutenant Governor of Virginia (2002 –2006), the 51st Chairman of the Democratic National Committee ( 2009 –2011) and the 70th Governor of Virginia (2006-2010). During Kaine’s term for Mayor […]

You may carry the sickle cell trait and don’t know it. Sickle Cell Disease is a dominant African American disease with no cure. Get updated, educated and tested. Join the Unity Ride for Sickle Disease on Saturday, May 5, 2012. All proceeds to benefit the Sickle Cell Association of Richmond-OSCAR. RECENT HEADLINES: Flow of Wisdom […]

First Lady Michelle Obama announced as part of her Joining Forces initiative, at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s 4th Annual “Business Steps Up: Hiring Our Heros” that a range of businesses plan to hire 100,000 veterans and military spouses by 2014. Please read the good news here at http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2011/11/10/100000-new-jobs-veterans-and-military-families Governor Bob McDonnell recently said he […]

Did you know that African Americans are two times as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease? In Virginia, there are over 422,000 caregivers caring for their loved ones. Alzheimer’s is an epidemic 1 in 8 Americans has the disease. Listen to my interview with Forget Me Not Project Stakeholder, Beverly Fox   RECENT HEADLINES: Mariah Carey: All […]

Since 2008, the Petersburg Bureau of police has provided a free, safe, educational and recreational day camp to over 200 children in the City of Petersburg. When kids are bored they tend to get in trouble. The Petersburg police crime statistics prove this fact. In January 2012 there were 6 juveniles arrested, compared to 14 […]

First Lady Michelle Obama announced as part of her Joining Forces initiative, at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s 4th Annual “Business Steps Up: Hiring Our Heros” that a range of businesses plan to hire 100,000 veterans and military spouses by 2014. Please read the good news here at http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2011/11/10/100000-new-jobs-veterans-and-military-families Governor Bob McDonnell recently said he […]

Have you already completed and mailed your tax returns? if not, here’s an update on making sure you meet this year’s deadline on time. RICHMOND — Although 77% of all individual tax returns were filed electronically last year, the Richmond District is extending retail hours at the Main Post Office at 1801 Brook Road to […]

Terry McAuliffe, a businessman will host a fundraiser for President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign and the headliners are the president himself and former president Bill Clinton. According to published reports the fundraising event will take place at McAullife’s home in McLean, Virginia on April 29. Virginia is a crucial state for the democrats to keep a stronghold in the […]

Patrick Gaspard is the Executive Director of the Democratic National Committee. Prior to joining the DNC, Gaspard served as Assistant to the President and the Director of Political Affairs for the White House. He was Associate Director of Personnel for the Presidential Transition Team, and National Political Director for the President’s campaign. Gaspard and I […]