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  • Star Track: Marc Lovell

    Star Track: Marc Lovell
    There are precious few Peninsula men playing NCAA volleyball, so Marc Lovell of Newport News stands out. Lovell, a Menchville High graduate, competed in all 26 matches last season for the Eastern Mennonite Royals, who are based in Harrisonburg. The 6-...
  • Skies clearing Wednesday, cooler temperatures after cold front

    Skies clearing Wednesday, cooler temperatures after cold front
    After a storm that moved through Hampton Roads on Tuesday, bringing wind and knocking down power lines, the forecast for most of the rest of the work week is expected to be clear. There is some chance for some rain Wednesday morning from a cold front...
  • Anderson's garden center in Newport News to open store in Virginia Beach

    Anderson's garden center in Newport News to open store in Virginia Beach
    Anderson's Home and Garden Showplace in Newport News plans to open a store in Virginia Beach, the retailer announced Tuesday. The 35,000-square-foot retail center will sit on the corner of Sandbridge Road and Fisher Arch in Virginia Beach. It will be...
  • Traumatic brain injury support group meets Thursday

    Traumatic brain injury support group meets Thursday
    The next Williamsburg/Newport News Brain Injury Support Group meeting is on Thursday, July 17 at the Denbigh House, 12725 McManus Blvd., Newport News, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. Those attending will participate in memory games and discuss new topics for...
  • Parks Orthodontics moves from Newport News to York County

    Parks Orthodontics moves from Newport News to York County
    Parks Orthodontics moves flagship office from Newport News to the shopping center near Kmart in York County to better serve patients and for future growth. “After more than 30 years and three generations of patients, we are saying goodbye to our...
  • Newport News businessman, Holocaust survivor dies

    Newport News businessman, Holocaust survivor dies
    He was a survivor of the darkest horror of the 20th century, who built a life full of friends when he found his way to the Peninsula after the Holocaust. Long a fixture behind the meat counter at Althaus Delicatessen and Caterers on 28th street and then...
  • Seniors concerned about Hampton tax changes

    HAMPTON — Celestine Monroe knows many of her friends who are senior citizens can barely afford the food, let alone any extravagance people dream about after retiring. So when the City Council agreed in May to eliminate an option for senior...
  • In search of traction

    The argument over mass transit in Hampton Roads plays out time and again. Advocates point to congested area roadways and growing popular support for alternative transportation opinions as signals to proceed. Opponents cite the region's unique geographic...
  • Kitten rescued from house fire in Newport News

    Kitten rescued from house fire in Newport News
    A stray kitten that may have been taking up shelter underneath an abandoned home in Southeast Newport News was found by firefighters after the house caught on fire Monday morning. Crews responded to the blaze at the boarded up home in the 600 block of...
  • Judge sentences Newport News rapper to 16 years on firearms charges

    Judge sentences Newport News rapper to 16 years on firearms charges
    NEWPORT NEWS — A Newport News judge sentenced a local rapper to 16 years in prison Monday. Newport News Judge Timothy S. Fisher sentenced Antwain Steward on two counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony and shooting into an...
  • Construction work on Jefferson Avenue at Brick Kiln Boulevard to last until Spring 2015

    Construction work on Jefferson Avenue at Brick Kiln Boulevard to last until Spring 2015
    The City of Newport News has more roadwork in store for residents and commuters, according to spokeswoman Kim Lee. On Sunday, contractors began work on the intersection of Jefferson Avenue and Brick Kiln Boulevard and Wal-Mart Way. Lee said the...