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VPM's daily newscast contains all your Central Virginia news in just 5 to 10 minutes. Hosted by Benjamin Dolle, Phil Liles, Kim Strother and VPM News staff, episodes are recorded the night before so you can wake up prepared.
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The kingdom of God is being revealed on earth through Jesus Christ. What does that mean for us? At VictoryPoint, we join God's mission by making and multiplying disciples who give their whole lives to being like Jesus and doing what he did. This podcast is a collection of messages from our worship gatherings. Join us in person. vpm.org.
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Highlighting true stories of Black people’s fight for liberation, progress and joy from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement and beyond. Seizing Freedom illustrates the myriad ways Black people have sought and defined their own freedom in spite of the monumental forces at work to keep them from it.
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In this six-part podcast series, we showcase stories of refugees as they adjust to their new lives in Virginia. These personal stories are woven together with useful teaching moments about the resettlement process. Season one will consist of six thematic episodes, which aim to bring the listener into the daily lives of refugees through field interviews (at home, work and school), personally-recorded audio diaries and reflective studio interviews.Hosted by Ahmed Badr, a writer, social entrepr ...
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Welcome to the Property Management Business Podcast, hosted by Marc Cunningham, a veteran property manager with over 40 years of experience. This podcast offers practical insights for both beginners and experienced property managers, including topics such as industry trends, growing your business, increasing your income, marketing strategies, financial management, owner & tenant relations, and regulatory compliance. Learn valuable tips from an industry expert as you build, grow, and protect ...
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CarMax is shifting into expansion mode locally with plans for a new facility in New Kent County; A Chesterfield warehouse that has changed ownership several times in recent years is now in the hands of a Swiss company that plans to convert the building into a manufacturing center; and things are looking up for many of the CEOs at some of the Richmo…
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Are you struggling to keep up with the demands of property management while also trying to grow your business? With the help of virtual assistants (VAs), you can streamline your operations, save on costs, and achieve scalability. Join Marc as he sits down with Pete Neubig, co-founder of VPM Solutions, to discuss the practical use of VAs in property…
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The state budget approved by Virginia lawmakers in May included some controversial revisions to the Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program — which have sparked an outcry from the community, particularly from veteran families. Now, the General Assembly is set to reassess those changes days ahead of the new fiscal year.…
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Virginia Credit Union recently prevailed in its legal bid to put a receivership in place and gain control of five south Richmond properties tied to Michael Hild; A lawsuit challenging Richmond’s new approach to financing the Diamond District project was dismissed in court; and Chesterfield Towne Center is getting a permanent pop-up location.…
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Virginia Senate to revisit recent changes to the Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; Henrico, Richmond officials celebrate new affordable housing community; Virginia's 43rd state park was dedicated on June 8; and other storiesBy VPM
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Property Management companies are experiencing fraud in many different ways. Allison Disarro from Enterprise Bank is a banking expert and joins Marc on this episode to shed light on this crucial aspect of banking fraud and compliance often overlooked by property managers. They dive into the intricacies of trust accounting and share eye-opening expe…
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Lawmakers will be called back to Richmond to address recent cuts to the Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; Northern Virginia voters are deciding who to nominate for this fall’s general election.Six Republicans and Seven Democrats are seeking their parties’ nominations in the 7th Congressional District.…
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The Virginia General Assembly in 2021 approved a plan for the state’s air board to adopt the standards, which required all new passenger vehicles sold in the commonwealth to be electric by 2035 — though 20% of those could be plug-in hybrids. Also: Virginia's air board adopts federal particulate matter standards; and other stories…
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The families of three University of Virginia football players killed in a 2022 shooting have reached a financial settlement with U-V-A and the commonwealth; PlanR-V-A is seeking survey responses and holding public meetings for its Comprehensive Climate Action Plan; A Chesapeake Bay blue crab density survey found that populations declined slightly o…
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‘Policy Matters’ is your window into Virginia politics with VPAP. It's our monthly roundup of the top political headlines from across Virginia, powered by VPAP’s daily e-newsletter, VaNews. This month, we discuss the Governor and the General Assembly finalizing a state budget, highlights in key primary contests across the state, and information on …
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Waukeshaw Development is working on a slate of new projects that’ll bring nearly 400 apartments and new commercial space to Petersburg’s Olde Towne area; the effort to line up funding for the long-planned Powhite Parkway extension in western Chesterfield County took another step forward this month; Southside's Coqui Cyclery is reopening as Cornerst…
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The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts will be receiving almost $350-thousand dollars thanks to a federal grant, to help construct an expansion; Are you ready to get hooked…on fishing? ; The Ashland Theatre is hosting a community meeting to discuss the approval of a possible data center split between Hanover County and Ashland.…
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Hanover County’s board of supervisors recently appointed two new members to the local school board; Senator Tim Kaine announced new legislation to increase access to mental health resources for students in public schools; The Orange County School Board voted to disaffiliate from the Virginia School Boards Association; and other local news stories.…
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A virtual reality venue is plugging in as the latest entertainment-focused offering to come to Regency; A decade-plus effort to provide new signage for the entrance to Carytown has reached the finish line; A community meeting was held Monday night to field public input on what a new Mayo Bridge could look like; and what started as a way to drum up …
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Dominion Energy is considering building a natural gas power plant on the site of a retired coal plant in Chesterfield, after initially planning to locate it on a nearby property; The Mountain Valley Pipeline won’t be ready to begin operations this week, the project’s builder told federal regulators; Earlier this week, Virginia’s nonpartisan oversig…
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HCA Healthcare is attempting to build new facilities in Hanover County for a third time; Virginia legislators are sounding the alarm over the health and safety of people incarcerated at Riverside Regional Jail; A 140-year-old Charlottesville church along Ridge Street will again be a place of worship, after the nonprofit owners sold the building to …
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Less than 24 hours after authorizing a new financing plan for the ballpark-anchored Diamond District development, Richmond City Council and Mayor Levar Stoney have been hit with a lawsuit challenging the action; local developer Duke Dodson is set to turn a former Scott’s Addition bar-arcade space into a sports bar-card shop combo concept; and more …
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The 70th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education decision that found racial segregation in public schools unconstitutional is Friday. One of the court cases that led to that decision began in Virginia, with calls for newer and better school facilities for Black students. This VPM News series examines the issue of school …
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The University of Virginia Health System recently announced the acquisition of Warrenton-based Piedmont Family Practice; The state budget includes a loan for Newport News to help lure a potential $400 million housing project from the U.S. Navy; Henrico County recently announced it’s establishing an Affordable Housing Trust Fund.…
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How many properties did your property management company lose last year? Is there a way to actively retain more of your owner clients and their properties? In this episode, Marc sits down with Lior Abramovich from Blanket Homes to discuss innovative strategies for retaining existing property owner-clients. From lessons learned in the Israeli Navy t…
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Virginia’s budget debate ended Monday after months of ups and downs; The Louisa County Board of Supervisors reversed its decision to withdraw funding from Piedmont Virginia Community College over showing a film called “Israelism"; The Shenandoah County school board voted on Friday to restore the names of Confederate officers to two public schools.…
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Virginia’s special budget session for the next two fiscal years starts Monday, May 13. Also: UVA President Jim Ryan answers lingering questions about last week’s pro-Palestine protest; Richmond City Council; Orange County High School student wins art award; Protesters march to Sen. Tim Kaine’s Richmond office…
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