Virginia First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe and the Virginia Association of Broadcasters have launched "Feeding Virginia"--a partnership between the state's First Family and all members of the state broadcast association.
Virginia Beach is conducting a Cable TV Community Needs Assessment Survey to gather feedback.
Hampton Roads Transit is trying to chart a new course for moving people around Hampton Roads.
Joe Lindsey is a Norfolk native and has practiced law in Hampton Roads for 30 years. He will assume former Del. Algie Howell's House seat.
Plans are on the way for the eastbound tunnel to be renovated.
The Norfolk Police Department is now posting their own statuses.
Suffolk teachers may begin vacating their positions, and the raise approved for Suffolk teachers by the school board.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback,B.W. Webb, paid it forward by conducting his first football camp Saturday at Hampton Roads Academy.
Satisfied with his work record, Del Algie Howell is walking away from his House seat.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 3 from 12:30 p.m. at the Nottoway Middle School Auditorium. Following the funeral, Green will be laid to rest at the private Adams Cemetery in Nottoway County.
Jack J. Green, founder and publisher of two longstanding community newspapers in Virginia, passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 26. He succumbed to chronic lung-related illness.
A positive update has surfaced regarding the Hampton VA Medical Center’s waiting times.
Over 150 people gathered in downtown Newport News to celebrate Juneteenth.
MacArthur Center Mall may soon receive a facelift.
The Ocean Adventures program will be implemented in specific Richmond communities, targeting children who have no history of formal preschool as well as children needing additional support in critical early literacy skills.