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  • TRAFFIC: Afternoon openings at Coleman, James River bridges

    TRAFFIC: Afternoon openings at Coleman, James River bridges
      Bridge Lift A 2 p.m. opening is scheduled at the James River Bridge, on US-17 between Newport News and Isle of Wight County.  A 2 p.m. opening is scheduled at the Coleman Bridge, on US-17 between York and Gloucester counties. Expect potential...
  • Annual James River Expedition taking applications

    The James River Association is taking applications until March 20 for its floating classroom, which transports Virginia students down the 340-mile length of the James. The 5th annual James River Expedition will be launched June 27. The educational...
  • 171 acres of Newport News property disappears due to 'miscalculation'

    171 acres of Newport News property disappears due to 'miscalculation'
    Over the past week, officials with the city of Newport News have been trying to piece together how it amassed 422 acres of land in Menchville that are now home to the Newport News City Farm and Riverview Farm Park. But now, the city says it actually...
  • James River, bay to benefit from $76 million wastewater upgrade in Hopewell

    James River, bay to benefit from $76 million wastewater upgrade in Hopewell
    The James River and Chesapeake Bay should see a drop in nitrogen pollution now that the wastewater treatment system in Hopewell is undergoing a long-anticipated $76 million upgrade. State and local officials kicked off the project at a groundbreaking...
  • New waterfront seafood restaurant coming to Fort Monroe

    New waterfront seafood restaurant coming to Fort Monroe
    HAMPTON — A new seafood restaurant with a sunset view is coming to the Old Point Comfort Marina at Fort Monroe in the spring. "It's gorgeous out here," said co-owner Gary McIntyre. The two working owners of The Barking Dog near the Sunset...
  • Drop in Hampton Roads oyster harvest on the horizon

    Drop in Hampton Roads oyster harvest on the horizon
    Virginia has enjoyed huge oyster harvests for the past two seasons, taking in 504,000 bushels last year and 409,000 the year before that. The season now winding down looks healthy, too. But don't get used to it. The Chesapeake Bay and its...
  • Arctic blast not enough to freeze James, York rivers

    Arctic blast not enough to freeze James, York rivers
    Back in 1977, waterman J.C. West saw something you used to see once in a generation or two: the mighty James and York rivers frozen over. It happened after a massive snowfall hit the region in December of '76, followed by a January that never got...
  • Peninsula wreckers, cabbies working through snow storm

    Peninsula wreckers, cabbies working through snow storm
    For Mike Pelfrey and his staff at Tidewater Express Inc., this week's winter storm began Sunday. "We had a whole lot of no-starts over the weekend," Pelfrey said Monday of the growing number of calls to his towing company from tractor-trailer owners...
  • Resident starts petition to keep Newport News' City Farm open

    Resident starts petition to keep Newport News' City Farm open
    A local man has started a petition to save the Newport News City Farm, saying it's not a good idea to shut down the long-standing jail for low-risk inmates in the Menchville section of the city. Keith Jones, 38, says he's planning an all-out effort to...
  • Library shelves a treasure of Hampton Roads history

    Library shelves a treasure of Hampton Roads history
    Typically this blog spotlights local, contemporary writers. But while cleaning out the shelves of the Daily Press library a few months back, I discovered a couple treasures to commemorate Black History Month. These books, written by Hampton Roads...
  • Newport News-built SS United States gets $250K anonymous donation

    An anonymous donor has given $250,000 to backers of the SS United States, a Newport News-built ocean liner that sailed in the 1950s and is now attempting a comeback as a waterside attraction. The gift is one of the largest individual contributions...