The Kalmar Nyckle is a replica 1600’s wooden ship currently docked along the Portsmouth waterfront.
A world class runner and Old Dominion University researcher has died. Mel Williams was a founder of the Tidewater Striders.
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There are all kinds of apps couples can play together.
Here are seven things you can do with an old device, other than trashing them this holiday season.
Retail stores like Target and GameStop are allowing people to come in and exchange their unwanted gift cards for one of theirs.
A SPCA group called Paws For Love is looking to relieve holiday travelers of stress — by greeting them with therapy dogs at an airport.
Online sales now account for 10 percent of all shopping and 15 percent during the holidays, according to research firm Forrester.
After nine months away, a father surprised his children Tuesday night in Norfolk.
A Williamsburg community is displaying some amazing Star Wars-inspired holiday wreaths with a distinct colonial feel.
The Better Business Bureau is out with a list of the “12 scams of Christmas.”
The postal service is expecting to deliver 15.5 billion cards, letters and packages this year.
Ten teams from Portsmouth Fire and Rescue brought holiday gifts to 80 families across Hampton Roads.
A young Hampton girl saw her Christmas wish come true early this year.
If your name has a touch of the holidays, you can get a free burger from Red Robin.
Check out the photos from this year’s Hollydazzle at the City Center at Oyster Point in Newport News.
The lighting is slated to start at 5:15 p.m.
The National Museum of American History is launching a new initiative exploring the ways giving is woven into American life
Target’s website went down during Cyber Monday shopping Monday morning. The retail giant attributed it to high traffic.
The National Retail Federation says Cyber Monday is becoming more and more popular as people prefer to avoid the crowds in stores.