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  • Newport News police trying to identify man in Family Dollar theft

    Newport News police trying to identify man in Family Dollar theft
    Newport News police are looking for a man said to have stolen groceries from a Family Dollar store last month. About 8:30 p.m. June 23, a man wearing a red hat, black T-shirt and denim shirts went to the store at 13276 Warwick Blvd., opened a box of...
  • PEOPLExpress inaugurates flight with 2 1/2-hour delay

    PEOPLExpress inaugurates flight with 2 1/2-hour delay
    It wasn't exactly the way an airline likes to introduce a new flight. PEOPLExpress' inaugural flight No. 302 from Palm Beach International Airport to Newport News, Va., was delayed about 2 1/2 hours Monday due to the late arrival of the aircraft from...
  • Newport News police trying to identify man accused in sexual assault

    Newport News police trying to identify man accused in sexual assault
    Newport News police are trying to identify a man believed to have grabbed a woman’s buttocks as she left a local Walmart Sunday. Police said the 23-year-old Newport News woman told them the incident happened just before 10 p.m. when the man passed...
  • "Cure for Cole" -- fundraiser for 4-year-old with muscular dystrophy at Hoss' Deli in Newport News

    "Cure for Cole" -- fundraiser for 4-year-old with muscular dystrophy at Hoss' Deli in Newport News
    Four-year-old Cole has Duchenne, a form of muscular dystrophy that has no cure. The progressive disease will likely have Cole in a wheelchair by age 12 followed by heart and lung problems. While there is no cure and patients usually die in their late...
  • Teen shot while walking in Newport News, police say

    Teen shot while walking in Newport News, police say
    A 17-year-old boy was taken to a local hospital Monday night after he was shot while walking in the Denbigh area of the city,  police said. The teen was walking south on Warwick Boulevard near Colony Road with his sister just before 9 p.m. when he heard...
  • Ports post banner FY 2014, sees June increase

    Ports post banner FY 2014, sees June increase
    A boost in exported goods and an improving national economy has amounted into big gains at the Port of Virginia. The Virginia Port Authority, which operates terminals in Portsmouth, Newport News and Norfolk, recently announced that fiscal year 2014...
  • Air Force cuts to hit Langley AFB

    Air Force cuts to hit Langley AFB
    The Air Force plans to cut 742 positions at Air Combat Command headquarters, located at Langley Air Force Base, as part of an overall downsizing and reorganization. However, it is too early to determine the real-life impact on personnel and their...
  • Newport News-based Spectrum lands two more defense contracts

    Newport News-based Spectrum was recently awarded two defense jobs, including a $13.7 million contract with the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center for engineering, technical, and analytical services. The second contract is a task order to...
  • July 15: Tidewater Entrepreneur Meetup in Newport News

    Meet other entrepreneurs at a social networking event at Extreme Pizza in Jefferson Commons Shopping Center in Newport News on Tuesday. When: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Where: 12551 Jefferson Ave., Suite 207 Click here for more information.
  • 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....
  • Time running out to comment on abortion clinic rules

    Virginians have a couple more weeks to make their views known to the Board of Health on the regulations governing outpatient clinics that provide first-trimester abortion services. The public comment period, set in motion by Gov. Terry McAuliffe's call...