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This will be the final Peninsula District soccer tournament, and it’s not out of the realm of possibility that the finale will be an extended version. Imagine the following scenario on the boys’ side: Today, Kecoughtan beats Menchville...
COLLEGES Baseball U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Small College World Series (in Butler, Pa.): Southern Virginia vs. Penn College, 8:30 a.m. St. Joseph’s of Brooklyn, N.Y., vs. Penn State Greater Allegheny, 11 a.m. Cincinnati-Clermont vs....
Fort Monroe cleanup Environmental cleanup at Fort Monroe continues, while the Fort Monroe Restoration Advisory Board has been giving little input on the process. The board is supposed to meet four times a year, but has not had a quorum since November...
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About 50,000 federal employees in Hampton Roads face the prospect of furloughs, according to the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission. During the furlough, which could last through September, employees could see a 20 percent drop in pay. For...
Dorothy Mae Fletcher, 79, of 207 Lindsey Court, died peacefully at her residence Thursday morning. She was born in Paris, Ky., to the late Albert and Lucy Wilson Fletcher. She worked as a nursing assistant at Clark County Hospital for many years. She...
HAMPTON — Residents arrived in droves for the second time in two weeks Wednesday evening to push for additional funding to pay for schools and to keep the Old Hampton Community Center open. Those pleas come as officials in both the School...
When the small waterfront town of Hampton began to recover after the Civil War and expand at the turn of the 19th century, the street car led the way. The Victorian Boulevard historic district just south of the downtown area was born as a streetcar...
At one time, the Defense Department expected to furlough its civilian employees 22 days. Now the estimate is 14. When will the news be official? Soon. That was the word Wednesday from Pentagon press secretary George Little during a briefing with...
The Hampton office of the Virginia Employment Commission is hosting the Veterans Employment Advisory Council Meeting on May 9 from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Guest speakers will be from the Office of the First Lady of Virginia, Freedom Support Center and...
Correction: Reed Integration Inc. in Portsmouth was mistakenly left off the Hampton Roads list of companies. Nine Hampton Roads businesses were listed among the top 50 fastest-growing companies in the state by the Virginia Chamber. The “Fantastic...
The fatal accident at Craft Machine Works in Hampton in March is still under review by state investigators. Repair mechanic Aleksandr L. "Sasha" Berelovich was crushed to death by the counterweight of an industrial oven door, according to a police...
Tags: Accidental Death
firstname.lastname@example.orgHampton police said a man was killed early Sunday morning outside of Jack's restaurant near the 1400 block of East Pembroke Avenue. According to a news release, shots were reported in the area around 1:53 a.m. Officers responded and found the victim...
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