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  • Virginia mental health advocate Mary Ann Bergeron retiring after 25 years

    Virginia mental health advocate Mary Ann Bergeron retiring after 25 years
    The 2007 Virginia Tech shootings and "the November tragedy," the death of state Sen. Creigh Deeds' son in November 2013, marked the low points in her 25 years working in Virginia's mental health system. Both resulted in needed legislative changes and...
  • Regional transportation accountability commission holds first meeting on Wednesday

    The legislatively mandated Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission will hold its first public meeting at 2 p.m. on Wednesday in the board room of the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization building in Chesapeake. The meeting...
  • Reader feedback July 2: E-cigarettes, driving initiative

    Virginia bans sale of e-cigarettes to minors Taking the side of caution on the unknowns in e-cigarettes, the Virginia legislature banned their sale to minors in the state, effective July 1. Proponents argue that they're healthier than tobacco, because...
  • 770 Hampton Roads drivers got tickets last week

    770 Hampton Roads drivers got tickets last week
    Local law enforcement officials issued 770 summonses and arrests during a two-day initiative last week aimed at encouraging safe driving, according to Virginia State Police. As part of Project Motorcycle Enforcement Accident Reduction that took place...
  • Land 'N' Sea Distributing leases space on Ingleside Road in Norfolk

    Read the latest lease transactions reported by Harvey Lindsay Commercial Real Estate to find out about new businesses. 1. Long Flooring LP has renewed its lease on 32,000 square feet of industrial space at 3745 Progress Road in Norfolk. 2. QED...
  • Elizabeth River tunnels project contract spurred creation of HRTAC

    The Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission, which will manage regional transportation revenues from gas and sales taxes, will become an official state body on Tuesday. But several of the legislators, mayors and county board chairs who...
  • Possible tornadic storm passes through Southern Maryland

    A storm capable of producing a tornado passed through Calvert County and parts of southern Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties Thursday, prompting a tornado warning for about half an hour. Dunkirk, Chesapeake Beach, North Beach and Prince...
  • Tropical Smoothie offers free smoothies on Friday

    Tropical Smoothie offers free smoothies on Friday
    Tropical Smoothie will, once again, hand out free smoothies on Friday, June 20 in celebration of "National Flip Flop Day."  Customers who wear flip flops to any Tropical Smoothie location between 2 and 7 p.m. on Friday, June 20, will recieve a free 24-...
  • Gov. taps new OIG, elections chief, hires House member

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced a number of significant appointments Friday afternoon, naming a new elections commissioner, a new port authority member, four new members on the board of corrections, making the acting inspector general permanent and re-...
  • Hampton Roads Public Relations Society chapter names annual Pinnacle Award winners

    Hampton Roads Public Relations Society chapter names annual Pinnacle Award winners
    On June 18, the Hampton Roads Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America held its annual Pinnacle Awards ceremony to recognize the best public relations programs and tactics in the region. Sally Kirby Hartman, vice president of communications at...
  • Hotel auctions unnerve some in Newport News hospitality industry

    NEWPORT NEWS — Area hospitality officials are taking note of a recent round of hotel foreclosure auctions occurring in Newport News, many questioning the health of the city's overall hotel industry. "It's never a good thing when a hotel fails...