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37 min ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press
On Dec. 10 and 11, friends, fans and former bandmates of the late Bill Deal packed The Jewish Mother in Virginia Beach to pay tribute to the beach music hero who died ten years ago this month .
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4 hrs ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press
Getting traffic and port traffic moving more freely through Hampton Roads will be Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe's top transportation goal, he told the annual meeting of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce Wednesday.
This story is a sample from the Virginia Beach Beacon, which is included in The Virginian-Pilot every Sunday and Thursday in Virginia Beach.
A man seen on surveillance camera taking a samurai sword from a Virginia Beach store Friday is wanted by city police.
Quilts of Valor will be delivered to patients at the Veterans Administration hospital in Hampton Saturday by members of the Old Dudes motorcycle group.
A judge has refused to again move the trial of a woman charged in a series of fires on Virginia's Eastern Shore.
Taste, the local gourmet food chain, has completed construction of a new store and caf at Shore Drive and First Court Road in Virginia Beach, long known as their Bayville Farms location.
Dec. 11 -- VIRGINIA BEACH -- A state tourism program partly created to help finance redevelopment of the long-vacant Dome site may instead be first used in Hampton Roads to renovate the historic Cavalier hotel.
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A Grammy-winning band of brothers on Tuesday brought their soaring musical talent back to one of the places where it first took flight, Denbigh High School in Newport News .
Virginia Beach City Council is set to vote Tuesday on a plan to help open a community for people with mental disabilities.
Virginia House Speaker William Howell told area legislators and mayors Monday that he wants to create a new scoring system by which the state can prioritize road projects based on how much they would relieve congestion, improve safety and promote economic development.
Monasha Moore, 16, sorts through donations with fellow volunteers from Family Career Community Leaders of America on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, at Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore.
It's rare, but not unheard of, for a driver to be charged with murder after a traffic fatality, veteran attorneys say.
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