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  • Living Here: Shopping

    Living Here: Shopping
    City Center at Oyster Point. 701 Town Center Drive in Newport News. 230,000 square feet of retail shops and restaurants. Host to a weekly farmers' market during the summer months. Development began in 2000. Major stores: Animare Salon & Spa, Ann Taylor...
  • Breaking a sweat, busting a gut with Richard Simmons in B-Hills

    Breaking a sweat, busting a gut with Richard Simmons in B-Hills
    My kind of town, Beverly Hills. It's vectored in such a way as to guarantee you get lost, involving a circuitry of duplicate names — Santa Monica, Little Santa Monica, Mondo Santa Monica. Everybody you meet sounds like Borat, and none of them...
  • Wilde Lake residents don't receive the Columbia village benefits they deserve [Letters]

    Yesterday, I received a letter from the Columbia Bank announcing that the branch in the Wilde Lake Village Center is closing. I have banked at Columbia Bank for many years ever since it opened its branch in my local village center. So, now, we residents...
  • Crime blotter: iPhone 4S stolen from middle schooler, Coach purses and gold-rimmed Dolce & Gabbana glasses stolen from car

    Sept. 22 Burglary: 4400 block of Oak Grove Drive, before 2:57 p.m. Window smashed, two Coach purses and wallets, $100 in cash, gold-rimmed Dolce & Gabbana glasses and an iPod taken from a Lincoln Navigator. Sept. 23 Theft: 2100 block of Tondolea Lane,...
  • Messenger crime log: Ex-boyfriend hits woman with car

    Barclay Street 3300 block, between 8 a.m. and 4:50 p.m. June 19. Handicap placard stolen from vehicle. East Belvedere Avenue 2500 block, between 5 p.m. June 17 and 7:30 a.m. June 18. Rear Maryland tag 7A61981 stolen from silver, 1997 Lincoln Towncar....
  • Developer sues Baltimore over Poppleton project

    Developer sues Baltimore over Poppleton project
    Drug addicts sit on the front steps of Anthony Williams' West Baltimore home and use. The only homeowner left on his block of North Schroeder Street in the Poppleton neighborhood, Williams fears transients living in the vacant rowhouse next door will...
  • Prescription discount cards help Chesapeake Humane Society

    Prescription discount cards help Chesapeake Humane Society
    Help yourself and a pooch! New prescription discount cards are free to the public and available at www.AxiaRx.com/CHS. They can be used at 264 Hampton Roads pharmacies, including national retail chains, such as Rite Aid, Walgreens, CVS, Farm Fresh...
  • Dry Md. town of Damascus prepares to get wet after vote

    Dry Md. town of Damascus prepares to get wet after vote
    At the Music Cafe on Ridge Road, the restaurant local residents call the hippest in town, owner Randy Anderson says he's thrilled he'll soon be able to add beer and wine to his menu for the first time. A few blocks away, at the down-home Red Rooster...
  • Multiple injuries after SUV crashes into downtown Los Angeles store

    Multiple injuries after SUV crashes into downtown Los Angeles store
    An SUV crashed into a drugstore in downtown Los Angeles on Friday afternoon, injuring several people, police said. According to the L.A. Fire Department, eight people were examined at the scene. Four were taken to the hospital, including two said to...
  • 'Girls' recap: Misadventures in cocaine, the return of Booth Jonathan

    'Girls' recap: Misadventures in cocaine, the return of Booth Jonathan
    It's a Wednesday night, baby, and the "Girls" are alive, just barely. In what can only be described as an "I Love Lucy"-esque adventure on cocaine, Elijah guides Hannah into a royal mess of an evening for her first time trying coke, and Marnie reunites...
  • Retail sales rise 5.8%, but cold weather and payroll taxes sting

    Retail sales rise 5.8%, but cold weather and payroll taxes sting
    Shoppers trod carefully in January, lured into stores by retailers dangling post-holiday clearance deals but spending sparingly to balance out higher payroll taxes and lingering economic uncertainty. Same-store sales at major retailers such as...