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3 hrs ago | The Daily Times
She documented trips to the store, sleepless nights, even some frustration with the media.
How much do you know about Islam?
Should public schools teach Evolution or Creationism?
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15 hrs ago | The Virginian-Pilot
Virginia Beach's department of economic development said Tuesday two companies plan to add a combined 71 new jobs with high-paying salaries.
21 hrs ago | WVEC-TV Norfolk
Police are investigating an accident involving a school bus in Virginia Beach Tuesday morning.
Jeff Aiken got home from a 12-hour shift around 4 a.m. He'd barely closed the front door when he noticed the computer glowing in his living room with a chilling new screen saver: He raced to the kitchen and found white powder and empty pill bottles scattered everywhere.
In Harrisonburg alone, hundreds of millions of dollars in defense contracts have been awarded to local businesses in the last twelve years.
The Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore doesn't like it when business goes up, but recently the region's largest supplier for charity agencies has seen a troubling boom.
On January 7, I will present to the School Board a budget that will lay out the funding needed by Loudoun County Public Schools for the 2014-2015 school year.
MacArthur on Ice Outdoor ice-skating rink. Various times. MacArthur Center, 300 Monticello Ave., Norfolk.
No doubt about it, Virginia is for lovers of offshore wind. It's hugely popular with the public, and Virginia legislators passed a near-unanimous resolution in its favor.
A Chamber of Commerce gathering is supposed to stay nonpartisan, but party references flew fast and furiously at the Hampton Roads Chamber's annual meeting at the Founders Inn and Spa in Virginia Beach.
With all the emphasis on buying local for the holidays, let's take it a step further and not only shop at local stores, but also buy locally made products.
The victim, 18-year-old Jocqui Terrell of the 1000 block of Cherokee Road in Portsmouth, was a passenger in the single-vehicle crash, according to spokeswoman Michelle Anaya.
Ted Olsen's paranoia began in early 2012 and escalated into violent outbursts by late summer.
Beach transportation planners are narrowing the focus of a large highway improvement project, zeroing in on a key component: the Greenwich Road Flyover.
Dec. 13, 2013 -- World Water Works recently received an Honorable Mention as the runner up for Total Energy USA's 2013 Chairman's Innovation Award for the Mid-Large Cap category for its implementation of the DEMONA deammonification process.