In our first edition, Juan Conde talks to Janine Bell, founder of the Elegba Folklore Society, Inc.
The exhibit highlights the importance of black males and a celebration of what they truly are.
“When we’re finished here, this will allow them to take another 35 veterans off the street.”
Parks, the “Mother of the Civil Rights Movement,” will be honored by GRTC by reserving the first passenger seat on every bus on her birthday…
Jesse Baust founded Fighting More Than Fire, which aims to help uninsured people rebuild their homes and lives after accidental fires.
“I saw so many people in day practice simply let their pets go without or suffer simply because they couldn’t afford it.”
Anthony Wynn, Team Captain, says it’s the woman behind the team that gives them the strength and perseverance to be the best.
Crystal Cawley takes donated uniforms and transforms them into rice-filled owls that can be used as heating or cooling pads.
Tiffany Cutts from Young and Frugal in Virginia joined 8News to talk about couponing tips that could save you time and money.
A 5K run/-walk was also added to the event this year and the day began with a clean up along the James River.
All next week, 8News reporters Evanne Armour and Roxie Bustamante will introduce you to people who are going “Above & Beyond,” and making a …
First Baptist has been a symbol of African American resilience and deep faith.
Click the video to watch their recital.
Whatever your do, have a safe and happy New Year!
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While the holidays are supposed to be a happy time for people, they can cause depression in others.