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This week on HearSay, August 28-August 31

Monday, August 28
FROM THE HEADLINES

We'll catch up on the weekend headlines and take your calls.  Also, as the housing market continues to stumble, we'll highlight a new affordable housing initiative that could be the answer to a once unattainable dream for some Hampton Roads families.  Join Cathy and guests, Jay Johnson, Virginia Organizing Project and Frank Spadea, CEO of Franciscus Homes, Inc.



 
Tuesday, August 29
REMEMBERING HURRICANE KATRINA

One year after the category four hurricane brought devastation and destruction to Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama we'll talk to families displaced in the storm who've since made Hampton Roads their home, and we'll discuss continuing recovery efforts from the most devastating natural disaster in United States history.


 
Wednesday, August 30
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION: MEET THE PRESIDENTS

We continue our on-going series highlighting education in the region.  This month, Cathy talks with two leaders of higher education, Dr. Charles A. Taylor- President of Thomas Nelson Community College, and Norfolk State University's new president, Dr. Carolyn Meyers.

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Thursday, August 31
END OF THE ROAD

Even a bold new advertising campaign doesn't seem to be putting things back on track for Ford Motor Company.  Already facing an inevitable plant closure,  thousands of local Ford workers are experiencing more down time leaving many to wonder if the Norfolk plant will close even sooner than expected.  We'll talk about the future of Ford on today's HearSay.

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