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  • 1989 Female Athlete of the Year: Phoebus' Niki Reid

    When Mike Tallon walked into the Eaton Middle School gymnasium back in 1985, little did he realize the gold mine he'd find in Niki Reid. "I saw this little eighth-grader playing volleyball," said Tallon, the Phoebus High School girls' basketball coach. "I...
  • Phoebus High School locked down after gunshots heard Tuesday

    Phoebus High School locked down after gunshots heard Tuesday
    The sound of gunshots prompted a lockdown at Phoebus High School on Tuesday afternoon, according to a letter from the school’s principal. In an e-mail to parents, Principal Robert Johnson said Phoebus went into lockdown mode because of “...
  • Community news: Newport News' Kessler, Terry honored as Colonial Road Runners Grand Prix champs

    Todd Kessler and Karen Terry of Newport News do just about everything together. They coach together, train together, race together and are in a relationship. All that togetherness has led to a big jump in their running success. In 2010 they both...
  • How to have a successful coupon swap

    How to have a successful coupon swap
    Crystal West, of Hampton, is working on a small stockpile for her daughter, who is a senior at Phoebus High School. She will head off to college next year, and West wants to send her with all of the snacks and toiletries she can store. To help ease the...
  • Dee grateful for Old Dominion opportunity

    Dee grateful for Old Dominion opportunity
    Bill Dee insisted that there was no timetable, no master plan. He told himself and anyone who would listen that whatever happens, happens, and that he'd be content with any of it. So as Old Dominion's new defensive coordinator sat in his office this...
  • PD track and field: Phoebus girls outpace Bethel, Hampton boys win

    PD track and field: Phoebus girls outpace Bethel, Hampton boys win
    Phoebus High School's Christal Peterson already had the race won. The nationally ranked sprinter led the 200-meter dash by a good half second, giving the Phantoms the points they needed from the race. But Phoebus' Kaydianne Mckenzie charged ahead anyway....
  • Eastern Region track meet proves disappointing for Peninsula runners

    Maybe it was the heat. Maybe it was the heightened expectations. No matter what the cause, Saturday's AAA Eastern Regional Outdoor Championship, while hardly devastating, left a disappointing taste in the mouths of the Peninsula District's athletes. Take...
  • Hosting president comes with opaque bill

    Hosting president comes with opaque bill
    HAMPTON — During his three-hour sojourn through the Peninsula on July 13, President Barack Obama's motorcade traveled with escorts from state and city police and passed down roads blocked by the city Public Works Division to a gymnasium prepared...
  • Hampton releases overtime costs from Obama visit in July

    HAMPTON — President Barack Obama's July 13 trip to Hampton Roads cost taxpayers $10,496.80, according to documents provided by Virginia State Police, Hampton City Schools and the city of Hampton. The new total includes information released by the...