3 hrs ago
Nation's top defensive tackle Andrew Brown set to decide between Alabama, 4 others
Chesapeake, Virginia defensive tackle Andrew Brown is rated the nation's No. 1 defensive tackle prospect.
7 hrs ago
Lawrence excited about his future
DeaconSports caught up with DaiQuan Lawrence, who made his verbal pledge to his Wake Forest recruiter, Johnathan Himebauch, on June 4th.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Mary Beth Franklin: The question Social Security calculators can't answer
Last weekend, I participated in a retirement income forum sponsored by a local wealth management firm near my home in Falls Church, VA.
Dems choose Navy vet to challenge Cosgrove for Va. Senate
Local Democrats have nominated a Navy veteran to challenge Del. John Cosgrove in an upcoming special election for a Virginia Senate seat in South Hampton Roads, after a Chesapeake City Councilwoman and a Suffolk attorney each considered running.
Yes, Women Are Ready to Be Navy SEALs - Just Ask the Internet
After deciding women can serve in combat only six months ago, the Pentagon will announce on Tuesday that women can start training in special operations roles - as Army Rangers in 2015, and as Navy SEALs in 2016.
Child injured after falling off horse in Chesapeake
Fire and Rescue spokesman Capt. Scott Saunders the child was with a teacher, on private property, when the horse sped up.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Chesapeake, Va. Beach men charged in 7-Eleven probe
Nine owners and managers of 7-Eleven stores on Long Island and in Virginia were charged today in a scheme to exploit immigrants from Pakistan, including some business-owners who used Social Security numbers of children and dead people on the workers' paystubs.
Virginia Elections 2013: Did Democrats Just Shoot Themselves in the Foot?
Virginia Democrats have their ticket for the 2013 general election , but they could run the risk of losing the state senate should Sens. Ralph Northam and Mark Herring become lieutenant governor and attorney general.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Mark Carey's Chesapeake: Playing koi in Great Bridge
Some of Mike and Debbie Evans' 30-plus-inch koi swim in one of their backyard ponds - a 6-by-30-footer.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Perfect school attendance is still a rare feat
Deep Creek High School senior Cassidy Harwood, center, is getting help from her mother, Kay Harwood, second from left; sister Allison Harwood, right; and sister Bonnie Harwood, left, Friday afternoon, June 14, 2013 in Chesapeake.
Va. suicide victim's yearbook absence opens wounds
As Kaitlin Wakefield flipped through Hickory High School 's yearbook, she looked for the picture of Ethan Schumacher, a classmate who had committed suicide in December.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Chesapeake fight warning didn't reach area officers
School officials warned police last month that there could be a fight at a Western Branch school bus stop after class.
Oldtimers, new fans enjoy country bash
Music for this year's Phelps Brothers Music Festival was provided by the Dallas Band, the All-Star Band, the Virginia Rounders and the Back Porch Boogie Band.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Reviving a bad idea: big N.C. landfill
Lawmakers in Raleigh apparently think so little of northeastern North Carolina that they view a giant landfill as the region's best hope for economic development.
Hampton Roads under severe thunderstorm watch as storms approach
The National Weather Service has issued Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 10 PM EDT this evening for the following areas In northeast North Carolina Bertie Camden Chowan Currituck gates Hertford Northampton Pasquotank Perquimans In southeast Virginia Cities of Chesapeake, Emporia, Franklin, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, ... (more)
Stray cat in Chesapeake found to have rabies
The two were bit June 6, in the 1600 block of S. Military Hwy., according to a news release from the Chesapeake Health Department.
2 people bitten by rabid cat in Chesapeake
If you were exposed to the cat, get in touch with the health department or animal control-Chesapeake Health Department at 757-382-8672 or Chesapeake Animal Control at 757-382-8080.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The Daily News Leader
Jackson talks of past drug use, bankruptcy
The Republican nominee for Virginia lieutenant governor acknowledged Wednesday that he used marijuana and experimented with other controlled substances in his youth, and that he was forced to file for bankruptcy.
Police: Scam targets Virginia Beach eateries
A con has been duping businesses most recently, Oceanfront eateries out of hundreds of dollars by claiming they haven't paid their power bills, and police are telling owners to watch out.
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Chesapeake SWAT team on the scene of townhouse
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