I Am Hampton Roads: Rod Taylor

He spent many years in a very well deserved spotlight , but now Norfolk Admirals Hall of Famer Rod Taylor is making his mark with the next g…

IAHR: Dan Banister

Get to know one of the most recognizable people in Hampton Roads who turns out to be a tower of humility and gratitude

IAHR: Bobby Huntley

The man who directed, co-wrote and co-produced “La Vie Magnifique de Charlie” also calls Hampton Roads home.

IAHR: Sid Wesseldine

The Outreach Program for Soccer or “TOP Soccer” has a Hampton Roads chapter sharing the beautiful game with exceptional children.

IAHR: Amy Witcover-Sandford

This week’s “I am Hampton Roads” is filling a need for food and fellowship in Hampton.

IAHR: Antonio Mondy

This proud alum of Norfolk State University says attending an HBCU is a family tradition.

IAHR: Skip Feller

This “skipper” named Skip says he’s known he would work on the water since he was ten years old.

IAHR: Skye Zentz

She is known around Norfolk as “the girl with the ukulele” but Skye Zents is much more than a performer.

IAHR: Karr Hersh

This college freshman had to say goodbye to his parents, and a special pair of pets when he left for Clemson.

IAHR: Trey White

The Virginia Beach Chapter of Team Hoyt is a decade strong this summer, and started with one dad who wanted to push his daughter beyond her …

IAHR: Karr Hersh

This week’ “I am Hampton Roads” was looking for a new sport and found one he definitely couldn’t do without his two best friends.