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VA Court of Appeals clarifies landlords’ responsibility for pest infestations

Posted about 3 months ago by Charlie Schmidt
At the Law Library, I get this question quite a bit – “If my apartment has bugs/mice/fleas/etc., is it my landlord’s responsibility to pay for an exterminator, or do I […]
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New Federal Reporting Requirements for Small Businesses

Posted about 5 months ago by Charlie Schmidt
As of January 1, 2024, most small businesses will have to report to the federal government who owns the business. The mandatory reporting is the new Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) […]
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Twelve Days of Richmond Public Library – Business, Law and Nonprofit Resources

Posted about 6 months ago by Charlie Schmidt
Richmond Public Library is your public library. Although books are in our DNA, public libraries of today are so much more. In the spirit of holiday giving, we are presenting […]
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CIVIC SEASON IS HERE!

Posted about 2 years ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
CIVIC SEASON IS UPON US! What is Civic Season? Generally, concepts such as patriotism and freedom are highlighted starting the week of Flag Day (June 14th) and ending on Independence […]
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PERSONAL FINANCE for EVERYONE

Posted about 2 years ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
Since when is Personal Finance a thing? When the world got super complicated, apparently. No longer is it just a decision of whether to put your money under the mattress, […]
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Innovative Women in History

Posted about 2 years ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
INVENTIVE WOMEN IN HISTORY According to the old proverb, “Necessity is the Mother of Invention,” and Mothers of invention have frequently been women. Throughout March, Women’s History Month, Richmond Public […]
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HARRIET TUBMAN, INSPIRING AMERICAN HERO

Posted about 2 years ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
Harriet Tubman (c. 1820-1822 – March 10, 1913) is an icon of courage, a true American hero. Born Araminta “Minty” Ross, she was enslaved at birth in Maryland. In 1849 […]
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X & Y Chromosomal Variation Awareness Month

Posted about 3 years ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
In 2012 the State Legislature passed HJ216 2012 which designated May as “X & Y Chromosomal Variation Awareness Month”.   Genetic Disorders X & Y Chromosomal Variations are genetic disorders. […]
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MEDICAL INJUSTICES

Posted about 3 years ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
Great strides in medical history have often been made as a result of research and experimentation, and the first human successes were arguably the result of successful experiments, often on […]
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AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATOR AND ACTIVIST: NANNIE HELEN BURROUGHS

Posted about 3 years ago by kathryn Coker
Another trailblazing woman I discovered recently is Nannie Helen Burroughs, an educator, orator, religious leader, civil rights activist, feminist and businesswoman from Orange, Virginia. Why Remember This Native Virginian? Burroughs […]
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