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19 hrs ago | The Virginian-Pilot
There was plenty of cause for healthy skepticism last year when Chesapeake Public Schools opened its own pharmacies for employees.
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Thursday | WAVY-TV Portsmouth
According to Elizabeth Vaughn with Chesapeake Public Works , Verizon shut down part of the right-turn lane on Battlefield Boulevard northbound at Campostella Road for an emergency manhole repair.
Thursday | Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Political candidates on both sides of the Virginia-North Carolina line are expressing hopes for major economic development, particularly high-tech businesses, along the U.S. 17 corridor.
Both Riverside and Sentara health systems are promoting the importance of Advance Care Planning in order to reduce medical costs and provide appropriate care in keeping with a patient's wishes.
Raymond Brinson of the 2400 block of Number Ten Lane is wanted on one count of obtaining water without payment, which is punishable by up to five years in prison.
Emergency crews responded to the single vehicle accident around 7:15 p.m., according to Leo Kosinski with the Chesapeake Police Department.
Mike Lenard retired as a Senior Chief Petty Officer in the Navy and began operating Lenard's Lawn Care Service full-time in 2010.
The work is slated for a guardrail in front of B.M. Williams Primary School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., according to a news release from Chesapeake's Public Works.
By the end of the day, the seller - 17-year-old Justice Hinton - was dead and Robinson was in handcuffs.
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Martin Boytek died on March 20. He was 64 years old and had recently retired from his physical therapy practice - Churchland Physical Therapy on Churchland Boulevard.
Lon Wagner presents the 50-year-old paper given to him by his father, a Coast Guardsman in 1964 who welcomed the bridge-tunnel because it made it easier to visit his future wife on the Eastern Shore.