The Vans website says the competition is held nationwide for high schoolers to design custom shoe themes.
A national non-profit is holding two head-shaving events in Hampton Roads this week to raise money for childhood cancer research.
The event is being held on the first floor of the joint-use library on TCC’s Virginia Beach campus.
The pills, creams and teas are untested and not approved by the FDA, which called them a “cruel deception.”
The incident happened Monday on Falcon Creek Drive between Eaglebrook Drive and West Providence Road in James City County.
The devices have been recalled from hospitals, pharmacies, retailers and wholesalers in the United States.
The city says boom trucks from Waste Management will be focusing on cleanup efforts in neighborhoods affected by the storm.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a recall of John Deere infant caps due to a choking hazard.
OK Food, Inc. is recalling nearly 1 million pounds of breaded chicken products over concerns that they could be contaminated with metal.
More than 10,000 packages of baby bibs are being recalled due to a suffocation risk.
There is more than $1.4 million in unclaimed funds in Hampton Roads.
The New York-Presbyterian Hospital has compiled a list of alternatives on Spotify, which includes “Rock Your Body” by Justin Timberlake.
STEP is a 10-week summer work readiness program that provides young people with paid work experience and more.
Cheerios is running a unique campaign hoping to boost the global bee population.
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