The USS Gerald R. Ford had it’s first baptism on board the ship on June 24.
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An algal bloom that has affected the Chowan River area since June 12.
The Rev. William Barber said Sunday he will remain president until his replacement is elected at the NAACP’s convention.
The Virginia Board of Education has scheduled five public hearings this summer on proposed revisions to the commonwealth’s school accreditat…
Anthony Domonique Lennon is graduated from Nansemond-Suffolk Academy in Suffolk.
Former president Barack Obama will return to the U.S. campaign fray to stump for Democrat Ralph Northam in the Virginia governor’s race.
Authorities say an escaped jail inmate is dangerous after he put a detention officer in the hospital.
Chincoteague Police are investigating after a pedestrian was hit by vehicle on Deep Hole Road on Saturday.
Portsmouth Police say a man was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries.
Virginia Beach officials are documenting problems with City Hall.
As of Thursday, Jeff Reitz had visited the park for 2,000 days in a row — every day for 5½ years.
A man was charged for leaving two dogs in a car outside of the Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center on June 15.
Senator Tim Kaine on Friday expressed deep concerns over the Republican health care bill.
The Port of Virginia’s new North Gate Complex at Norfolk International Terminals is having a small ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday.
North Carolina’s changing demographics and surging specialty beverage industries are further easing long-held reservations about widening al…