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  • Thursday's multi-sport local roundup: Boo Williams teams win at Peach Jam, Northampton Senior softball girls start 1-1

    Basketball: Boo Williams' top boys team earned two victories as it started pool play at the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League's Peach Jam in North Augusta, S.C. Williams' squad won 80-68 over All Ohio Red as Cape Henry Collegiate's Chris Clarke had...
  • Best-case scenarios shared for Hampton Roads' top road projects

    Best-case scenarios shared for Hampton Roads' top road projects
    The Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission received a tantalizing glimpse on Thursday of how quickly the region's nine top roads projects could be built — if there are no financial constraints and the commission pushes them forward....
  • Jae Sinnett's new CD hits all the right notes

    Jae Sinnett's new CD hits all the right notes
     "Subject to Change" is Jae Sinnett's 12th jazz album - and, he says, his last. If so, it arrives as an emphatic exclamation point at the end of the musical story he has been telling for all these years.  Sinnett, the 58-year-old drummer-composer from...
  • What should Chesapeake do about Dominion's coal fly ash?

    What should Chesapeake do about Dominion's coal fly ash?
    Chesapeake City Council is expected to consider revising rules to require a permit for continued storage of toxic fly ash -- the waste byproduct of coal burning -- after Dominion Virginia Power shutters its plant by the end of the year, The Virginian-...
  • Keurig leases storage site in Suffolk

    Keurig leases storage site in Suffolk
    Learn about the latest lease transactions, and possible new businesses, reported by Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer. Keurig Green Mountain leased 17,000 square feet of industrial storage space in the Ark Group Building at 1010 Obici Industrial Blvd....
  • Cruiser cut plan raises carrier questions

    Congress and the Navy might have settled a debate over aircraft carriers, but they're still squabbling over the ships that serve as escorts. The fate of Navy cruisers, workhorses of the fleet that protect carriers on the open seas, has national and...
  • Fab 15: Josh Sweat heads the class of 2015 football recruits in Virginia

    Fab 15: Josh Sweat heads the class of 2015 football recruits in Virginia
    Every July, Norm Wood ranks the top 15 high school football recruits in the state. 1. Josh Sweat | DE High school: Oscar Smith (Chesapeake) Height/Weight: 6-foot-5/240 pounds College situation: You name the big-time Division I program, he probably...
  • National Weather Service says tornado touched down in Virginia Beach

    National Weather Service officials confirmed that a tornado touched down in Virginia Beach Thursday afternoon, the result of three storms that converged near 17th Street. The EF0 tornado, with winds between 70 and 75 miles per hour,  struck at 3:35 p.m....
  • Shakespeare gets performance art treatment at Norfolk festival

    Norfolk Festevents and Virginia Stage Company are again teaming up for a free outdoor performance art event July 25-27 in Norfolk's Town Point Park. "Moon Take Thy Flight" will explore the story of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" using actors,...
  • Rain barrels add practical and pretty touches to yards

     Rain barrels add practical and pretty touches to yards
    Hampton Roads is typically blessed with routine rainfall for gardens – until the hot and dry months of July and August arrive. Then, thoughts turn to "How do I water without running my water bill sky high?" A rain barrel could be part of the...
  • Window into the world of Pocahontas

    If you had to single out the richest source of Virginia Indian artifacts in the Chesapeake, you'd be wise to start looking in an unlikely direction. Despite numerous archaeological studies of Native American sites over the years, the excavation...