“Those kids that catch their first fish have their eyes light and up their world changes.”
The new nighttime program for young adults kicks off this weekend in Norfolk.
One of the most recognizable numbers in Hampton Roads is actually only used by a sliver of the population.
Pastor Aaron Wheeler, Sr. created the Lighthouse Project in an effort to help end crime.
On Tuesday at Norfolk State University, local NFL stars held a camp for teenagers.
Come August, dozens of Hampton Police Officers are switching their uniforms for t-shirts, to go to summer camp.
“We’ve seen firsthand that it is working,” said Suffolk Police Major Stephanie Burch. “It’s a scientifically-based crystal ball.”
The program has been so successful, it was one of the major reasons Norfolk was named the 2016 All American City.
Several events are planned over the coming days, honoring the fallen officers in Dallas.
Community members reached out to local police departments Friday, in a show of support, following Thursday night’s tragic ambush on police i…
Reverend Duke McCaskill and his wife are using the words to save lives through his group, the Royal Virtues Posse.
A small group gathered on the corner of Court Street in Portsmouth Thursday morning, holding signs that read “Being Black is Not a Crime” an…
“This is absolutely positively amazing. It is the equivalent of amazing grace.”
Join neighbors and police officers at “Coffee with a Cop”.
In Newport News, there’s a place with an unassuming store front, providing a vital resource to the community.