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  • Hampton Acoustic Blues Revival, happening Saturday, honors Virginia blues greats

    Hampton Acoustic Blues Revival, happening Saturday, honors Virginia blues greats
    The Hampton Acoustic Blues Revival returns on Saturday, March 9, with a dual mission. It's honoring two Virginia blues greats who have passed on -- John Cephas and Ann Rabson -- while also adding fuel to a living tradition. This year's mini-festival...
  • Medical Facilities

    Medical Facilities
    Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center was built in 2007 for $98 million with 108 beds in private rooms. Besides an Emergency Department, services include maternity, ambulatory surgery, women’s imaging, outpatient rehab, and inpatient surgery....
  • Caught in web of violence, abuse: Homicide victim's story is familiar

    Caught in web of violence, abuse: Homicide victim's story is familiar
    NEWPORT NEWS — The woman in the photograph has a crimson bruise above her left eye. Her dark brown eyes stare back at the camera — defeated. The photo was taken in 2008 after her boyfriend was charged with beating her while she was pregnant....
  • Educational opportunities for adults in Williamsburg

    Peninsula Housing & Builders Association's Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program. Call 595-1600. Teacher Institute at Colonial Williamsburg is designed for elementary, middle, and high school social studies teachers who teach U.S. history and government....
  • Butterfly girl: 12-year-old Hampton resident cares for flying beauties

    Butterfly girl: 12-year-old Hampton resident cares for flying beauties
    Kaleela Thompson was only 4 years old when her mother bought her a butterfly habitat so she could watch how a caterpillar changes into a butterfly. Personally, Kaleela was in her own state of transformation. As a toddler, she experienced developmental...
  • Ex-CNU teammate wants Brian Herrmann's death to produce change

    Davon Barton turned his frustration into action. Troubled by the death of his former Christopher Newport basketball teammate, Brian Herrmann, and three other men after an April 16 car accident, Barton took his feelings online, blogging about both his...
  • Thomas Nelson grads urged become lifelong learners

    Thomas Nelson grads urged become lifelong learners
    HAMPTON – Hundreds of Thomas Nelson Community College graduates received degrees on Saturday morning, marking new milestones in their academic and professional careers. Everett H. Jordan Jr., director of education for Newport News Shipbuilding's...
  • Young Peninsula, Bay Rivers tennis stars hope to state their case in this weekend's state tournaments

    Young Peninsula, Bay Rivers tennis stars hope to state their case in this weekend's state tournaments
    Since they lack significant experience or success at this level, it's difficult to imagine the contingent of local players bringing back many first-place medals from the state tennis championships. But they could create danger for more heralded...
  • Ready to take her first breath

    Ready to take her first breath
    Kerry Baumann Kerry Baumann, pictured here with her husband Ben in the Outer Banks this summer, needs a new pair of lungs and a liver. She was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at 6 months old. Summary: Kerry Baumann, 24, was diagnosed with cystic...
  • Ready to take her first breath

    Breathing isn't something you think about. But for Kerry Baumann, it's something she's looking forward to - taking that first breath with a new pair of lungs. Her lungs are functionality at about 25 percent capacity right now as cystic fibrosis causes...
  • Army Corps' oyster restoration meeting April 17 in Hampton

    Army Corps' oyster restoration meeting April 17 in Hampton
    Got something to say about oyster restoration in Virginia? Maybe you just want the latest news on the mollusk? If so, mark April 17 in your calendar. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host a public meeting from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Thomas Nelson...