Weldon Moore, a man who lived on the streets for 15 years and could quote the Bible from memory passed away three weeks ago after losing a four-month battle with pancreatic cancer at age 55. Friends recounted Moore's struggle and his dedication to Christianity at a memorial at Franklin Square park last Sunday.
Don Gardner, a nonprofit founder and former Street Sense vendor, organized a six-hour gathering in Franklin Square Park that included music, prayer, children’s entertainment and food and clothing donations.
Virginia election officials with New Virginia Majority describe the difficulties of registering to vote. They explain why voter fraud is rare and how voter ID laws disproportionately affect the economically disadvantaged.