Community members in Portsmouth come together to help people displaced by Hurricane Matthew.
Disaster Recovery Centers in Chesapeake and Norfolk announced they will begin operating under new hours beginning on Monday.
The community has stepped up with donations for people displaced after Hurricane Matthew.
VDEM asked federal officials Friday for more assistance for five Hampton Roads communities impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
A joint disaster recovery center is opening in Camden County for those who have been affected by Hurricane Matthew.
More than 1,970 households have submitted applications to FEMA for disaster grants for homeowners and renters.
Disaster recovery centers in North Carolina are changing their operational hours beginning Friday.
If you suffered storm damage, you can visit a recovery center to register and apply for recovery assistance and have questions answered.
Suffolk residents who suffered damage from Hurricane Matthew are asked to call FEMA and register for assistance.
The recovery center will be located at the Virginia Beach Economic Development, 4525 Main Street, Suite 700.
Donations will be sent to the Salvation Army, and then distributed to affected families.
Many across the eastern part of the state continue to recover, including a 66-year-old and her family.
A Disaster Recovery Center is opening for those who suffered losses and damage as a result of Hurricane Matthew.
President Barack Obama approved federal aid for four of the nine Hampton Roads cities that requested it. Suffolk wasn’t one of them.
A task force of volunteers will meet at Bow Creek Presbyterian Church Saturday morning to deliver care packages to residents.