A mentorship relationship can make a difference in the life of a young person, and the adult donating their time. That is why Big Brothers Big Sisters, is looking for more mentors in Central and Eastern Virginia.
GLeaf's state-of-the-art facility replicates the life cycle of cannabis plants tens of thousands of times over each month. gleaf plans to service customers beyond medical marijuana patients come 2024 when retail sale of cannabis is slated to become legal.
Thousands of Virginians could soon face losing their homes, after the CDC’s federal moratorium on evictions ends Saturday, July 31. But- there is help, and plenty of it, according to housing advocates. Here's everything you need to know.
The best discounts on back-to-school items are actually in the last week of August and early September; however, a survey by the financial website NerdWallet found that only 8% of parents who back-to-school shop spread out that shopping out throughout the year.
Reggie Littleton was banking on getting a loan through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program but the process hit a snag when Wells Fargo denied his application. NBC12 On Your Side was able to help get things back on track.
In November, Feed More received $1 million through the COVID-19 relief package. In turn, the non-profit agreed to match those funds to provide resources to its 270 food pantries in need. Of those food pantries, a little more than 100 applied for the grants through Feed More.
Two Hanover men each took their lives at Green Top Shooting Range in Hanover County last July. Both had been committed to mental health institutions, multiple times before. But their families say a loophole in gun laws allowed them to rent a firearm, a loophole they are now working to close.
Jim Jarrard is one of the thousands of volunteers who took part in the Pfizer vaccine trials. He is encouraging others to get the vaccine once it becomes available to the public, but warns of the possible side effects.