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A Flurry of Activity at the Serrano Apartments After Residents Decry Conditions

After residents spoke out about poor living conditions at the Serrano Apartments, county officials and building owner AHC Inc. say they are committed to making changes. Read more about A Flurry of Activity at the Serrano Apartments After Residents Decry Conditions

COVID and the looming eviction crisis

Coronavirus has already had a devastating economic impact: One in four American households has experienced job loss or diminished income during the pandemic Read more about COVID and the looming eviction crisis

Political fight over redistricting delays eviction, utility cutoff protections in budget

NEWPORT NEWS — Cecelia Woodard gave a nervous glance down the road every time she heard a car approach.

It was Tuesday morning and the sheriff was scheduled to arrive to evict her from the apartment she shares with her 64-year-old mother, who had left a few minutes earlier with a plan to donate plasma in hopes of scraping together money for a hotel room. Read more about Political fight over redistricting delays eviction, utility cutoff protections in budget

VOICE Welcomes Feds’ Acknowledgment of Eviction Threat; Urges Additional Funding, Action to Protect Renters, Landlords

Leaders of VOICE (Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement) cautiously welcomed the announcement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of a nationwide eviction moratorium through Dec. 31, but noted that Congress and the Administration still need to work together to provide significant funding to prevent huge rental housing market instability after the ban expires. Read more about VOICE Welcomes Feds’ Acknowledgment of Eviction Threat; Urges Additional Funding, Action to Protect Renters, Landlords

‘The clock is ticking’: Eviction crisis still looms without federal rent relief, advocates and local authorities say

On Wednesday the Trump administration announced a halt on evictions through the end of the year, a move that may shield the millions of Americans at risk of losing their homes due to the financial chaos sparked by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more about ‘The clock is ticking’: Eviction crisis still looms without federal rent relief, advocates and local authorities say

Virginia Supreme Court temporarily halts evictions amid pandemic

RICHMOND — A sharply divided Virginia Supreme Court on Friday granted Gov. Ralph Northam's request for a statewide moratorium on evictions, extending protections for another month. Read more about Virginia Supreme Court temporarily halts evictions amid pandemic

On evictions, it’s time for the governor to stop dithering

As pastors of African-American congregations, we are gripped with uneasiness and frustration about the potential of hundreds of thousands of people in our congregations and around Virginia potentially losing their homes because the pandemic ravaged the economy and robbed them of jobs, income, health and housing stability. Read more about On evictions, it’s time for the governor to stop dithering

Home Share 0 Virginia Politics Housing advocates urge Gov. Northam to ban evictions during pandemic

Affordable housing and antipoverty advocates are pressuring Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to issue an executive order banning evictions at least until late August, as state and federal protections have expired and eviction cases are piling up in local courts. Read more about Home Share 0 Virginia Politics Housing advocates urge Gov. Northam to ban evictions during pandemic

Northam renews call for Virginia’s top court to ban evictions during pandemic

A month after a state moratorium on evictions was lifted and as the federal ban ends, Gov. Ralph Northam has renewed his request for the state Supreme Court to put a halt to the court hearings that must happen before tenants can be thrown out. Read more about Northam renews call for Virginia’s top court to ban evictions during pandemic

Governor Northam Calls For Another Eviction Ban In Virginia

As eviction cases mount in Virginia, Gov. Ralph Northam is again asking the state’s high court to delay hearings that could leave thousands of Virginians homeless during the pandemic. Read more about Governor Northam Calls For Another Eviction Ban In Virginia

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