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  • Mitchell appointed to National Kidney Foundation board

    Mitchell appointed to National Kidney Foundation board
    Jeff Mitchell, executive vice president and chief technology officer at TowneBank, has been appointed to the board of directors for the National Kidney Foundation serving Virginia, according to a news release.
  • Hampton Roads must rise to challenge in reducing effects of climate change

    Water defines Hampton Roads. It divides our population centers, drives our commerce, complicates our travel and buoys our recreation. If conditions continue, water may also be our ruin. A combination of rising sea levels and sinking land puts homes...

    Born leader Matt Coleman excels for Boo Williams, contemplates transfer to prep school

    Born leader Matt Coleman excels for Boo Williams, contemplates transfer to prep school
    HAMPTON – Boo Williams spotted me outside his office Sunday afternoon and, like most, went last-name casual. “Teel, you need to talk to me?” I told him Matt Coleman was my first priority. “You’re a smart man,”...

    ODU to offer cybersecurity major

    Inside Business reports that Old Dominion University will offer a cyber security major in the fall. ODU created a new Center for Cyber Security Education and Research earlier this year. Read the full Inside Business story here.

    Retail vacancies still an issue on the Peninsula, but may be improving

    Retail vacancies still an issue on the Peninsula, but may be improving
    Drive anywhere along the prime commercial corridors in Newport News, and you're sure to find an existing, or new, shopping center. But looks can be deceiving. Despite seeing a flurry of new retail leasing and development over the past year, distressed...