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  • Weather forces some One City Marathon runners to alter training regimen

    Weather forces some One City Marathon runners to alter training regimen
    If Greg Dawson's five-year streak was to end, it surely would have been Thursday. There were eight inches of new-fallen snow covering his Williamsburg neighborhood, and the roads had been untouched by plows.
  • More than 1,500 have signed up for One City Marathon, other races

    More than 1,500 have signed up for One City Marathon, other races
    The inaugural One City Marathon is about three weeks away, and more than 1,500 people are signed up to run in the three races. The city is projecting at least 2,000 runners total for all events, plus thousands more cheering them on, said Telly...

    Fun things to do in Hampton Roads this weekend

    Fun things to do in Hampton Roads this weekend
     Looking for some fun things to do in Hampton Roads this weekend? Here's a look at some of your entertainment options.  The Mariners' Museum in Newport News is opening a new exhibit on Saturday about coffee and the role it plays in cultures and...

    How much do you know about your cup o'Joe?

    How much do you know about your cup o'Joe?
    You drink it, sip it, brew it and guzzle it. If you're like a lot of people, you can't fully open your eyes without it. But how much do you really know about your coffee? The Mariners' Museum in Newport News is ready to shed some fascinating new light...

    Apprentice School: More than learning a trade in Newport News

    Apprentice School: More than learning a trade in Newport News
    Sara Ruggles helps create the big picture at Newport News Shipbuilding. Thanks partly to her, top executives can see how nuclear-powered warships fit together. Not bad for someone who was waiting on tables a few years ago. It was May 2008 when...