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Senator Warner visits food bank

Senator discusses food desert legislation, Trump during SWVA visit

Senator Mark Warner

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http://thefoolishobsession.com/tag/hand-cream-2/ Being a Democratic politician for over two decades has taught Sen. Warner several things. Among them, he says, is that nobody in government accomplishes anything by themselves. He also said in a 2018 CNN interview that, “always having an open mind and being willing to compromise has been vital to what I’ve been able to accomplish in Washington D.C.” Continue reading Senator Warner visits food bank

Local drug addiction fight ramps up

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Winners announced in U.S. Cellular’s 12th Annual Black History Month Art Contest

WINNERS – from left: 3rd Place Ryan Vazquez-Ayala, 2nd Place McKenna Ramsey, 1st Place Tyler Turner, and also in 2nd Place (standing in for winner Harley Oldham) is Kristen Nash, Shawsville unit director.

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Ms. Foundation CEO to headline Roanoke Event

Teresa Younger

The Roanoke Women’s Foundation and the Carilion Clinic Foundation, with support from Davenport & Company, will host an event featuring Teresa C. Younger on March 20 at 7:30 pm at the Jefferson Center. Younger is the president and CEO of the Ms. Foundation for Women, the first national fund dedicated to empowering all women. (Over the next five years, the Ms. Foundation will be investing $25-million “in women and girls of color as a means to create social, cultural and economic equity for all genders”.) Continue reading Ms. Foundation CEO to headline Roanoke Event

City Council launching new initiative to reduce gun violence

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How can we, as a city, reduce gun violence and strengthen the health and safety of our community?

During the February 19, 2:00 p.m. session of Roanoke City Council briefing on public safety, Police Chief Tim Jones reported that forty-eight incidents of gun violence occurred in the city over the past 13 months. Continue reading City Council launching new initiative to reduce gun violence

Applicants to Virginia Tech exceed 30,000 for second straight year

This year marks the second consecutive year, and only the second time in history that more than 30,000 students applied to Virginia Tech!

The university intends to enroll 6,600 incoming first-year students, a 400-seat increase from last year’s class. Even with this increase, students who were offered spots have a strong academic profile, with an average GPA of 4.10 and average SAT score of 1320. Regular admissions decisions were sent out to prospective students this week, and Virginia Tech is celebrating its most diverse pool of applicants ever. Additionally, the 2019 pool more closely reflects the composition of the commonwealth. Continue reading Applicants to Virginia Tech exceed 30,000 for second straight year