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  • Black History Month events

    Black History Month events
    February is the observance of Black History Month. Many events and activities take place across the region. This listing of events, in order by locality and date, will be updated throughout the month.   Hampton 17th Annual Black History Program...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: VCU, Hokies, No. 1 U.Va. gain baseball victories

    Colleges: Baseball: VCU scored three runs in the seventh inning and beat Old Dominion 6-3 Saturday at Georgia Tech’s tournament, the Showdown in Midtown. Logan Kanuik earned the win by pitching one scoreless inning, and Matt Lees picked up a two-...
  • Hampton acoustic blues fest will feature Doug MacLeod

    Hampton acoustic blues fest will feature Doug MacLeod
    The tradition of a springtime unplugged blues events on the Peninsula will continue this year as the Hampton Acoustic Blues Revival returns to Thomas Nelson Community College on March 15. Doug MacLeod, a veteran blues man who has played with Big Joe...
  • Hampton Roads writers, help thyselves learn

    Hampton Roads writers, help thyselves learn
    This month we’re exploring the world of self-publishing. Regardless of how a book is published, an author’s first step to success is writing the best book possible. Today’s authors are fortunate to have a plethora of resources...
  • Inside the BRD: Warhill pitching ace Brumfield won't play at Marymount, might play at William Peace or Thomas Nelson

    Pitching ace Michael Brumfield, a first-team Group AA All-State selection who led Warhill High to its first ever state tournanment appearance, will make a change in his college baseball destination. Brumfield said that he will not attend Marymount...
  • Plethora of programs for Hampton Roads writers and readers in September

    September looks to be a busy month for Hampton Roads writers and readers. Here’s a snapshot, so mark your calendars and watch for more information in the days ahead: The Saturday Poetry Series at Williamsburg kicks off the season on Sept. 7, 11 a....
  • Four Gloucester Point residents seek open seat on School Board

    Four Gloucester Point residents are seeking the open seat on the Gloucester County School Board that was vacated upon the death of longtime member Jean Pugh. The four candidates for the open position are: --Troy Andersen, a Gloucester County native...
  • Nikki Giovanni: Poetry, social commentary and a whole bunch of fun

    Nikki Giovanni: Poetry, social commentary and a whole bunch of fun
    If I were to choose one word to describe Nikki Giovanni, it would be this: Convicted. I mean that in every good way. I mean that in the sense of a woman who stands proudly, and publicly, for her beliefs. Of course, so many other words come to mind,...
  • TNCC nursing students practice high-risk childbirth scenarios with SimMom

    TNCC nursing students practice high-risk childbirth scenarios with SimMom
    When her care team pronounced "Kelly Brady" out of danger from a preeclamptic episode at 1:40 p.m. on Monday, a crowd of bystanders cheered. The crowd, gathered in the nursing simulation lab at the Williamsburg campus of Thomas Nelson Community College...
  • Tuesday's local college roundup: Builders close 32-8 regular season by beating Thomas Nelson

    Devorn Lake drove in four runs as Apprentice School closed its baseball regular season Tuesday with an 8-2 Senior Day victory over Thomas Nelson Community College at War Memorial Stadium. Trevin Wilson doubled and scored three runs for the Builders (32-...
  • Nikki Giovanni's passion for poetry and life is undimmed

    Nikki Giovanni's passion for poetry and life is undimmed
    Celebrated poet and author Nikki Giovanni helps to expand and enrich young minds in Blacksburg, where she's a professor of English at Virginia Tech. Still, she's not exactly cloistered in her mountain-top, ivory tower. She gets around. Giovanni, who grew...