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  • Price hikes, lower sales hurt Kraft's bottom line

    Kraft Foods Group's third-quarter profit fell almost 11 percent, as it sold fewer items after raising prices on products from cheese and meat to coffee. Kraft's decision to raise prices to mitigate the affect of higher commodity costs has been...
  • Kraft Foods recalls 1.2 million cases of cottage cheese

    Kraft Foods recalls 1.2 million cases of cottage cheese
    Kraft Foods Group said it is voluntarily recalling 1.2 million cases of cottage cheese after discovering that the products were not stored at the correct temperature. The recall includes select Knudsen, Breakstone's, Simply Kraft and Daily Chef...
  • Hampton's 37-34 win over Kecoughtan is one for the ages | Peninsula District rewind

    Hampton's 37-34 win over Kecoughtan is one for the ages | Peninsula District rewind
    Mike Smith has coached 527 Hampton High football games, the majority of which have been played at Darling Stadium. So when he tells you there haven’t been many better games on that field, well, he should know. The Crabbers’ 37-34 win over...
  • Phoebus holds off Warwick's bid for an upset, wins 35-17

    HAMPTON – Warwick scored its first points of the season and almost achieved the Peninsula District upset of the decade, holding Phoebus at bay for 43 minutes before succumbing to a pair of errors and losing 35-17 Friday night at Darling Stadium....
  • Regulate Baltimore's e-cigarettes

    Regulate Baltimore's e-cigarettes
    The Baltimore City Health Department's mission is to help all city residents realize their full health potential. If passed, Bill 14-0371 (Electronic Smoking Devices), which was recently heard before the City Council Judiciary and Legislative...
  • Peninsula District recap: Heritage escapes scare at Wilson, Hurricanes pull away to win 26-8

    Peninsula District recap: Heritage escapes scare at Wilson, Hurricanes pull away to win 26-8
    Early in the fourth quarter, Heritage found itself dangerously close to being the answer to the following trivia question: Against what team did Wilson High break its 34-game losing streak? Instead, the Hurricanes scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to...
  • They're part of the game, and injuries are hurting Woodside | Peninsula District notes

    They're part of the game, and injuries are hurting Woodside | Peninsula District notes
    Injuries are part of the game, which is why you won’t hear Woodside coach Danny Dodson crying the blues. “Some seasons,” he said, “you come through healthier than others.” This season hasn’t been one of them. The...
  • Mondelez names new CMO

    Snack food giant Mondelez International has named Dana Anderson as its new chief marketing officer. Anderson, 60, will oversee global advertising, media and marketing for the Deerfield-based company’s portfolio of brands, including Oreo, Trident...
  • After disappointment in 2012 and '13, Phoebus football wants another ring

    After disappointment in 2012 and '13, Phoebus football wants another ring
    HAMPTON — Of the 313 schools in VHSL football, eight have a better record over the last two seasons than Phoebus' 22-3. Four of those are in the lower three divisions. But if you're Phoebus, none of that means squat without a championship ring....
  • Fleet Weather Center in Norfolk monitors the skies, seas

    Fleet Weather Center in Norfolk monitors the skies, seas
    NORFOLK — With hurricane season underway, the Fleet Weather Center at Naval Station Norfolk is busy monitoring the skies and seas from the Midwest to Europe, making sure the country's fleet steers clear of storms. Meanwhile, Navy and Marine...
  • Households with kids ate less junk food in 2012 than '07, report says

    American families with kids bought 101 fewer calories per person per day in packaged foods in 2012 than they did in 2007, according to an analysis of a pledge by big food companies to reduce calories in the marketplace. It’s an “impressive&...