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  • Hampton NAACP to host education town hall forum Monday

    The Hampton branch of the NAACP will host a community forum Monday evening with Hampton Superintendent of Schools Linda Shifflette to discuss education-related issues. Ann Stephens Cherry, education chairman of the NAACP, said that this will be the...
  • Aug. 9 Letters: Same-sex marriages, newspapers, green space, Fort Monroe

    A slippery slope Re: "Ending discrimination," Aug. 3. Your editorial celebrating the legalization of same-sex marriage is shortsighted despite the claim of being on the right side of history. Readers should be very aware that, except for references to...
  • In 5 days, 1,223 people seek Section 8 vouchers in Newport News

    NEWPORT NEWS — In five days, more than 1,200 people scheduled meetings with the city's Redevelpoment and Housing Authority to apply for Section 8 housing assistance vouchers. The agency last opened its waitlist to receive applications for vouchers...
  • Museum celebrates wild weather

    The old saying is a always appropriate in Hampton Roads: If you don't like the weather then wait 10 minutes, because it will change. But what happens when the weather turns foul? The Hampton History Museum is holding a family friendly event Aug. 9...
  • Steinberg: NFL Rice hearing threatens to reignite furor

    The last thing the NFL needed was for the Ray Rice appeal of his indefinite suspension to take center stage this week. The initial discipline and later release of the graphic tape of Rice punching his girlfriend touched the middle rail of nationwide...
  • U. of I. reaches out to 600 freshmen from China

    U. of I. reaches out to 600 freshmen from China
    The hotel elevator doors opened and Yiwei Huang stepped out, ready for his college orientation. He held his mother's hand as he approached the registration table. He pored over the rows of name tags, each belonging to a future classmate, until he...
  • Obamacare enters new phase over the weekend with little fanfare

    Obamacare enters new phase over the weekend with little fanfare
    President Barack Obama's plan to extend private health coverage to the uninsured entered a new uncertain phase on Saturday as U.S. government-backed online insurance marketplaces opened their 2015 plans to millions of potential enrollees. The HealthCare....
  • Even the tax man is taking a closer look at Boca city pensions

    Even the tax man is taking a closer look at Boca city pensions
      The Boca Raton city attorney has warned City Council members not to discuss anything a fired firefighter raised during two turns at the public comment mike in front of the Council due to his current litigation against the city. But one of James...
  • Tastemakers takes foodies on culinary adventure

    Thirteen downtown restaurants are ready for a throng of culinary adventurers as Tastemakers of Delray Beach takes place for its sixth year. Tastemaker passport holders will stop at each eatery for a food and drink pairing on Thursday and Friday from 5 to...
  • Boynton officer accused of downloading porn reinstated, allowed to retire

    Boynton officer accused of downloading porn reinstated, allowed to retire
    A Boynton Beach police officer fired last year for downloading porn on his city computer will collect more than $90,000 in back pay after an arbitrator ruled he be reinstated and allowed to retire. Sgt. Frank Ranzie, who was fired in May 2013, returned...
  • Pension, health care costs rising in Boynton Beach

    Pension, health care costs rising in Boynton Beach
    Rising pension and health care fees are costing Boynton Beach. City officials expect that this year's general fund will increase by about $2 million, from $71.3 million last year to $73.3 million this year. The increase is partially due to rising health...