Priceless Vol 12 Number 7

Personal and Professional Empowerment

Serving Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach since 2006

50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Assassination

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Sen. Kaine Visits Hampton University Ahead of 150th Anniversary Gala

'Empower Me Too' Women's Conference

Gov. Northam Appoints New NSU BOV Member

Free April 2018

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Bon Secours Colon Cancer 5K, 1-Mile Walk Raises over $20,000


crisscrossing the

state, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine recently made a campaign stop at Hampton University for a “Student Town Hall on Higher Education.” Students filled the auditorium excited to hear from the man who could have been vice-president of the United States.

Although the former

governor planned to talk about access to higher education and supporting

also voiced their concerns about the teacher that

is gripping the

HBCUs, students shortage


As a member of the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee,

Senator Kaine

is in a position to work on a solution.

Another problem that

the senator is anxious to solve is the opioid crisis. Kaine’s mantra, addiction free by 2030, seems lofty but the problem is costing the nation billions of

dollars and tens of thousands of lives are being lost to drug overdose.


The visit from Senator comes

just and the weeks

before the gala celebrating Hampton University’s 150th anniversary


anniversary of its president, Dr. William R. Harvey. The gala

will take place at the

Hampton Roads Convention Center on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m.

According to the City of Hampton’s website, “The

evening entertainment, will include

lasting memories, celebrating the institution's excellence.”

sponsorship opportunities and


history, and legacy


For tickets, information,

contact Hampton University’s Office of Development at 757-728-4012 or email AnniversaryGala@hamptonu. edu.

This Edition’s Highlights

Health Editorial Education

Almost Vegan Lasagna Recipe Is 'Extreme Capitalism' Killing Our Kids Whitehouse Bill to Help Forgive Student Loans

Hampton Roads Upcoming Events Scholarships Watch

City of Chesapeake Needs Poll Workers Filing an Employment Discrimination Charge College Ready Now Scholarship

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The Federal Trade Commission and

the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are teaming up to make it easier for consumers to report tax-related identity theft and to receive assistance to help recover.


The IRS will now allow consumers report

identity electronically theft to the IRS through the FTC’s website. Tax-related identity

theft happens when someone

uses your stolen Social Security number to file a tax return and claim your refund. Victims of tax-related identity theft need to file an IRS Identity Theft Affidavit, also known as IRS Form 14039, before the IRS can begin resolving the problem.

FTC-IRS PAGE 4 Suffolk, VA – Bon Secours Hampton

Roads recently announced that the 2018 Bon Secours Colon Cancer 5K and 1-Mile Walk, raised more than $20,000 to help local colon cancer patients. The eighth annual Bon Secours Colon Cancer 5K and 1-Mile Walk was held in March at Bon Secours Health Center at Harbour

Photo courtesy of Bon Secours

View. They had 223 runners registered for the 5K, while 84 people registered for the 1-Mile Walk. Proceeds were donated to the cancer funds for Bon Secours DePaul Health Foundation and the Bon Secours Maryview Foundation to provide care for colon cancer patients.

FTC-IRS Aim to Make it Easier to Report Tax-Related Identity Theft

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