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Last Chance: Register to Vote in Democratic Primary
Residents who want to vote in the June 11 Democratic Primary to nominate candidates for lieutenant governor and attorney general must be registered to vote by the end of today-Monday, May 20.
Sun May 19, 2013
2 FBI Agents Killed in Training Accident in Virginia
A spokeswoman for the FBI's Norfolk office, Vanessa Torres, said Sunday that the accident occurred Friday afternoon off the Virginia Beach coast.
Encountering the psychic universe of Edgar Cayce
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., May 19, 2013 During a recent trip to Norfolk where we took in the Virginia Opera's current production of "Carousel" last weekend, we used a bit of our spare time to travel over to Virginia Beach.
Mobile farmers markets infuse fresh foods
It doesn't take much to satisfy the 72-year-old's appetite, but she's picky about what's on her plate.
Sat May 18, 2013
Jury starts deliberations in bank conspiracy case
A federal court jury Friday began deliberating the fate of four former Bank of the Commonwealth executives and a developer, each accused of conspiring to defraud the bank out of $71 million.
Fri May 17, 2013
"Rappahannock County" lays in the northern most part of the Commonwealth of Virginia, at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Casualties of war
Don Lipstein heard those words from his daughter-in-law on the phone as he left work on March 15, 2011.
Thu May 16, 2013
Fire damages Norfolk townhouse
Firefighters were called to a townhouse near the intersection of Madison Avenue and Corprew Avenue around 11:45 a.m. Unattended cooking materials caused the fire and most of the damage was contained to the first floor, said Battalion Chief Julian Williamson.
American Legion Magazine
A moment of closure
Thirty-eight years after they made the ultimate sacrifice in what is known as the last battle of the Vietnam War, 13 U.S. servicemembers have come home.
CHKD Parenting: Kids and allergies
NORFOLK: Symptoms of pediatric allergies are often confused with symptoms of common pediatric ear, nose and throat conditions.
Eastern Daily Press
Norfolk student returns from stint in America after learning more about horticulture
A Norfolk student has just returned from a three-week stint in American where he learned more about horticulture businesses.
Eagles lose MEAC opener
3 seed in the South Division, could not overcome a two-run deficit in the late innings despite 10 hits, falling 5-4 to the North Division No.
Wed May 15, 2013
Juicy strawberries await at local farms
Go strawberry picking now before the weather plays any more tricks. Strawberry farms are open, and the berries are sweet and juicy.
Norfolk council sets 4-cent real estate tax increase
The City Council passed a 4-cent real estate tax increase Tuesday night as part of a $1.2 billion budget amid concerns the city had not done enough to curtail spending.
2nd fire in two months at vacant Norfolk house
Battalion Chief Mike Hicks says smoke and flames were visible when crews arrived at 232 Glendale Avenue, off Hampton Blvd., around 7:40 a.m. On March 1, crews found a suspicious fire at the same home.
Greek Festival in Norfolk May 16-19
The Greek Festival, an annual event held under one of Hampton Roads' biggest tents on the grounds of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Norfolk, begins Thursday, May 16 and will run through Sunday, May 19.
'Original characters': Museum director shows his artists side in library show
During May and June, the York Public Library will host an art exhibition by Ron Crusan, executive director and curator of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art.
Firefighters respond to overheated hopper at Norfolk business
Fire crews were called around 8:30 pm for some smoke coming from the roof of a warehouse in the 3300 blk of Peterson Street.
Tue May 14, 2013
Child hit by gunfire in Norfolk
Officers were called to 31st and Colley Avenue around 9:10 p.m. for a young boy shot.