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Community Voices host Ron Holland discusses Mental Health Awareness Month with The Lil Homie Project Founder, Charisse Ervin, who lost her son in 2016 due to his fight with Bi-Polar/depression disorder. She explains how the foundation has helped her heal and in return help other youth with become educated about mental health. Want gospel news […]

Congresswoman Alma S. Adams, Ph.D. 12th Congressional District of North Carolina Dr. Alma S. Adams was elected to her second term representing the 12th Congressional District of North Carolina on November 8, 2016. After winning a special election in November 2014, Congresswoman Adams was sworn in immediately as the 100th woman elected to the 113th […]

Dana Sidberry is from Charlotte, N.C. graduating from Myers Park High School and furthering her education by obtaining a Bachelors of Business Degree at Strayer University. Ms. Sidberry comes from a family of entrepreneurs and was always taught to be loyal, humble, treat people right, to help others and the value of hard work, ownership […]

Fonda Bryant and NFL player Doug Middleton discuss how serious mental health is and why it’s important for those who suffer to get help. The NAMI Statewide Walk happens this Saturday. Tune into Ron Holland every weekend on Praise 100.9 and Old School 105.3. The Latest:    

Lorri Lofton Founder, Prosocialites Wells Fargo If Lorri had to describe herself in one word, it would be “blessed.”  This Alabama native has been in Charlotte for 4 years, by way of her management position at Wells Fargo.  While networking with other millennials, she realized there was something missing on the Charlotte scene.  Lorri is […]

  Charlotte is becoming the second Atlanta with many people moving into the Queen City everyday. With two national sports teams and two minor league teams, there’s always room for more. Arena Football is slowly taking over in many cities and Charlotte is one of them. Community Voices host Ron Holland talks with Carolina Energy […]

How can you help: George R. Brown Convention Center Visit www.grbcc.orgfor more details #hurricaneharvey Mayor Sylvester Turner has opened the George R. Brown Convention Center as an emergency shelter. The public is welcome and encouraged to come if you can make it safely. Please note for those seeking shelter at the George R. Brown Convention Center: Pets […]

One of the greats has left this world, comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory passed away Saturday evening. The 84 year old went to the hospital on August 9th to be treated and released, only to go back August 12th with little improvement. Gregory lost his battle with heart failure and his family released […]

This week’s on Girl Talk with J. Belle is back to back episodes to wrap up Black Music Month. This first go-around has been a blessing and I’m thankful to everyone who participated in the series. We are ending on a high note with the Midday diva of Old School 105.3, Olympia D. We talked […]

It’s another edition of Oh Taste And See With Melanie and this time we’re celebrating National Candy Month! What better way to celebrate than go to your local candy store?!?! When is the last time you entered a candy store that not only has the newest and latest but the old school candy too with […]