The district is facing a $10 million shortfall in next year’s budget.
The Virginia State Police hazmat team, along with Suffolk fire crews, determined that the chemicals were safe and legal.
A Chesapeake Public Works spokesman said a pipe broke at the Deep Water Drive pump station in the afternoon.
A recent interpretation of a state law related to pool enclosures has some in the pool industry worrying about the cost.
In January 2016, the City of Chesapeake fined Amazing Glazed for a flag and sandwich board sign.
Even though no one was hurt in Friday’s severe weather, neighbors say the fact that it happened so quickly makes them more weather conscious…
Businesses across the Commonwealth celebrated Equal Pay Day Tuesday.
The General Assembly will be taking a final look at more than 100 of Governor Terry McAuliffe’s vetoes and amendments.
The North Face, Famous Footwear and Vans are all advertising for available positions.
A man contacted 10 On Your Side with home surveillance video showing two men breaking into his car.
The police department says they’re looking for opinions from residents on police services, safety and crime in the city.
Thieves stole nearly two dozen batteries from Portsmouth school buses.
Norfolk City Council will see proposed plans Tuesday for improvements to the Selden Arcade.
Officers were called to the Pearl Bailey Library on Wickham Avenue Monday afternoon.
The report of an active shooter at Naval Station Norfolk was false, Navy officials confirm.