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The Richmond family giving away millions

I write many articles on business leaders, entrepreneurs, and billionaires. And when I do, I get messages from readers asking what these people do to give back to the community. So today, I thought we could take a quick look at one person in Richmond that is giving away millions of dollars to the local community.
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Radio producers get restraining orders against Sen. Joe Morrissey after studio blowup

Two employees of a Richmond-area radio station took out restraining orders against Sen. Joe Morrissey, D-Richmond, claiming the lawmaker’s angry outburst earlier this month over a producer’s comment about his abortion stance left them fearing for their safety. An Alexandria General District Court judge, apparently filling in for Richmond judges who avoided an issue involving […] The post Radio producers get restraining orders against Sen. Joe Morrissey after studio blowup appeared first on Virginia Mercury.

MEMORIAL DAY PICKS: Daydream Fest at Main Line Brewery, May 30

Daydream Fest at Main Line Brewery, Monday, May 30. Looking for something to do on the official kickoff holiday to summer? The weather on Monday, May 30 is looking good. If you think you might enjoy a day filled with a diversity of fine local music, you’ll want to swing by Main Line Brewery at 1603 Ownby Lane for Daydream Fest, a smorgasbord of sounds including headliners Butcher Brown and Palm Palm, as well as Spooky Kool, Deau Eyes, Night Idea, Weekend Plans, Abby Huston, Free Union, Good Dog Nigel, Dead Sun, Piranha Rama (who just scored some big gigs opening for Pavement’s reunion tour in Austin and Atlanta) and Justin Golden and the Come Up.

Company agrees to $10K fine for worker deaths

A North Carolina company did not alert its employees to nearby high-voltage, underground power lines before they dug to install fiber optic cable in Pella in 2020, according to a recent lawsuit by the Iowa Attorney General’s Office. As a result, two workers were electrocuted when a jackhammer struck the 12,470-volt electrical line at an […] The post Company agrees to $10K fine for worker deaths appeared first on Iowa Capital Dispatch.

Standouts from FBU's recent stop in Richmond

Football University made its way to Richmond on Sunday for a one-day camp, which attracted prospects from the classes of 2023, 2024, 2025 and beyond. Below are some top performers from the event after consulting the FBU staff that was on hand. The Gatorade “G” Award winners. DL...
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Second loss for Rep. Madison Cawthorn: 4th Circuit revives claim that he is an insurrectionist unfit for office

Congress didn’t give amnesty to future insurrectionists who are barred from office under the Constitution’s disqualification clause, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals at Richmond, Virginia, ruled against Republican U.S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina in his bid to block a voter challenge to his qualifications. The voters had argued that Cawthorn was disqualified from office because he encouraged the violent mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.