When you lose something important to you, it can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack. That’s how it was for a Henrico woman when a trip to the pharmacy turned into a frantic search to find her wallet.
Most nursing homes aren’t allowing visitors right now and it’s all in the name of safety, but it doesn’t make it any easier for families. But nurses are stepping up and filling new roles to keep families as connected as possible.
With any job, having good coworkers can make the workday a bit more manageable. For employees at the John Marshall Courthouse, Ms. Katt is the woman helping everyone get through the tough days with a bit of comfort food.
A Sandston family recently moved into a new home - a healthy space for their growing family - but it was missing something. That’s when a local painter stepped in to make the place really feel like home.
Every Saturday since March, Debra Bontz orders 50 cheeseburgers from McDonald’s and packs up her truck to hand them out. Bontz is the Director of the Ministry of the Homeless for Asbury United Methodist Church in Harrisonburg.
A former Chesterfield police officer is finding new ways to contribute to his community after retirement. He dedicated 25 years to the force, and now, he’s protecting the environment and doing a service that’s often overlooked.
We’re about four months into the coronavirus pandemic and things are changing every day. However, the message from the Center Disease Control remains the same: Wear a mask to reduce the risk of catching or transmitting COVID-19.
Hundreds of women in Powhatan are choosing to spread joy. They’re using Facebook to come together and sprinkle a little fairy dust. In reality, it’s small acts of kindness that are having a big impact.
When a Henrico mother felt like there weren’t enough services for children and adults with disabilities, she created an organization that fosters a positive learning environment encourage this population to be more self-sufficient.