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4 hrs ago | The Virginian-Pilot
The agency, which is responsible for building highways, maintaining interstates and monitoring traffic in the commonwealth, is exploring construction of a new district campus that would let it consolidate its three Hampton Roads facilities.
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8 hrs ago | The Virginian-Pilot
Dominion Virginia Power plans to close its coal-fired Chesapeake Energy Center on the Elizabeth River this year, raising the question of what will happen to the tons of toxic fly ash at the site.
Shirley Lawrence takes a photo of a board with photos from her graduating class at the Historically Black Hampton Roads High School Classes of 1969 reunion Saturday, July 12, 2014 at the Chesapeake Conference Center.
Three people were hospitalized today after several motorcycles ran off Fentress Airfield Road and crashed, according to a police news release.
The guys at North Street Labs love a challenge, whether it's making an 800-bag, 6-story Doritos vending machine activated by Tweets from above a concert stage or a metal tree sculpture equipped with sensors to translate motion into sounds.
Police in Chesapeake are asking for the public's assistance in safely locating Teresa Viloria, who was reported missing from Hill Home for Adults located in the 1400 block of Commerce Av.
The then-18-year-old gang member was charged with capital murder in the death of an innocent man three years earlier.
Battalion Chief Amy Valdez with the Virginia Beach Fire Department said there was an approximate five block radius that was impacted by the storm.
Lauren Coughlin, a Hickory High grad and current U.Va. player, posted her second straight 73 on Wednesday to earn medalist honors at the VSGA Women's Amateur Championship at Hidden Valley Country Club.
Displaced residents from Heron's Landing Apartments, left to right, Charles Stephens, Kendra Smith, Lynne Motichka and Michelle Odom hang around outside of their temporary housing at a Red Roof Inn in Chesapeake on July 9, 2014.
Cutting carbon emissions and buffering Virginia's shoreline are crucial to heading off future flooding and coastal damage likely to be caused by sea level rise, an environmental group said Wednesday.
According to Chesapeake Police, the suspect used the credit card to purchase $140 worth of merchandise on June 6. It happened at a 7-Eleven store located in the 900 block of Great Bridge Boulevard.
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Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:05 pm
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