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  • Ironclad chefs clash Saturday, March 10, at The Mariners' Museum

    Ironclad chefs clash Saturday, March 10, at The Mariners' Museum
    Join me for the Battle of the Ironclad Chefs this Saturday, March 10, at The Mariners' Museum. In the unique contest, two Civil War-era cooks — a plantation slave and a Union cook aboard the USS Monitor — square off with meals that they would...
  • Hampton's EVER-G spreads word of love and unity through pure reggae music

    Hampton's EVER-G spreads word of love and unity through pure reggae music
    At first glance, Hampton reggae singer EVER-G doesn't look like a man devoted to upholding the musical traditions of Jamaican legends Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. No dreadlocks dangle down his back. He's not surrounded by a cloud of intoxicating smoke....
  • Newport News shipyard photos reach back 125 years

    Newport News shipyard photos reach back 125 years
    If you've ever taken a good look at the battleship USS Wisconsin outside Nauticus and the Hampton Roads Naval Museum in Norfolk, it probably didn't take long to recognize that you were in the presence of something special.     With its long, raking hull,...
  • Family suspects defective drywall caused death

    Family suspects defective drywall caused death
    JAMES CITY — They moved to James City County from Connecticut one day four years ago in a vehicle caravan, Jeff and Susann Tierney followed by the couple's elderly parents. The Tierneys had just retired. They wanted to move to the Williamsburg...
  • Get out there!

    Everywhere you turn, the outdoors beckons in Hampton Roads. The region's mild climate and flat terrain offer the perfect combination for walking, hiking and biking. And the many bodies of water that surround us, from broad rivers to narrow inlets,...
  • Take! in the scenery

    CHARLES CITY COUNTY Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area. Bird-watching, hunting, fishing, shooting range, public boat access. Route 5 and Chickahominy River. 804-829-5336 GLOUCESTER COUNTY Gloucester County Parks and Recreation. 804-693-2355....
  • Hike! in the wild

    GLOUCESTER COUNTY Beaverdam Park. Wildlife observation, biking, hiking, and exercise trails. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day from 6:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. 8687 Roaring Springs Road. 804-693-2107. HAMPTON Bluebird Gap Farm. This 60-acre farm has a...
  • Monitor Sanctuary head leads Graveyard of the Atlantic expedition

    Investigators from the Newport News-based Monitor National Marine Sanctuary are playing a leading role in a three-week research expedition designed to study the wrecks of ships sunk off North Carolina in 1942 during the Battle of the Atlantic. Using...
  • Sept. 16: High school roundup

    In field hockey Wednesday, Morgan Coelling and Hailey Farmer scored two goals each to lead Woodside to a 7-0 Peninsula District victory over visiting Heritage. Christina Lyon added a goal and two assists for the Wolverines, and Emily Carrigan and Tiffany...
  • Sept. 16: High school box scores

    Boys soccer PENINSULA CATHOLIC 9, BEACH 2 Halftime: PC 4-0. Saves: Beach 19, PC, Burbic 5. Record: Peninsula Catholic 2-1. Field hockey WOODSIDE 7, HERITAGE 0 Halftime: 5-0. Goals: Coelling 2, Farmer 2, Lyon, Carrigan, Jackson. Assists: Jackson, Lyon...
  • Sept. 23 high school roundup: (volleyball, cross country, field hockey)

    In girls volleyball Wednesday, Danielle Hankins had 10 kills and five aces as Gloucester (7-2, 3-0 Peninsula District) beat visiting Woodside 25-7, 25-18, 25-8. Britini Westfall added 14 assists for the Dukes. ... Jordan Holt had seven aces and nine...