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Why I Wage Hope in Memory of My Dad


By Vicki L. Friedman  Pancreatic cancer. What Alex Trebak died of ranks third among cancer deaths in the United States with an overall five-year survival rate of 10%. My father, Harry Friedman, was among the 63% of patients who died within the first year of diagnosis. We lost Dad 23…
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Off to the Races for Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg


“Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve.” ― Martin Luther King Jr. We strive to be of service any chance we get. And our next service project is off to the races! As part of our team run for Run the D.O.G. to benefit our friends at Habitat for Humanity…
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We Asked. You Answered by Fueling the Frontlines.


We wanted to say thank you to the frontlines —the Riverside health care heroes who continue to serve the Middle Peninsula community tirelessly during the COVID-19 pandemic. We showed our gratitude with a fresh meal, 887 of them, delivered to Riverside health team members on the Middle Peninsula over three…
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Why You Should Take Cybersecurity Seriously as a Small Business Owner


You change your passwords. You stay off public WIFI. You only have a few employees and you trust all of them. Don’t fool yourself into thinking your business is not vulnerable to a cyber-attack. Consider almost one-third of data breaches affected small businesses last year, according to the Verizon Business…
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Bet You’re Not Doing These Things on Social Media for the Press to Promote Your Business


Of course, your business is on social media. You post regular content on Facebook and pics on the ’Gram. Your LinkedIn presence is healthy and you tweet daily. The internet is full of a plethora of other ideas from Facebook Live tips to infographics that catch the eye to creating…
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