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- Portsmouth city manager is stepping down February 26, 2015PORTSMOUTH City Manager John Rowe abruptly announced his retirement to the City Council in closed session Tuesday night. Rowe, who took over the position in November 2012, said his last day will be June 30, the end of the current fiscal year.
- Court-martial set for Coast Guardsman on sex charges February 24, 2015NORFOLK A member of the Coast Guard accused of sexual misconduct is scheduled to face a general court-martial in Norfolk. Thirty-three-year-old James R. Hamilton is accused of several charges, including aggravated sexual contact and failure to obey an order or a regulation. His case is scheduled to be heard today at the Coast Guard Legal Service Command.
- Dr. M.E. Alford Educational Scholarship honors former school superintendent February 23, 2015NEWS OF THE establishment of a "Dr. M.E. Alford Educational Scholarship" set me to thinking about the man who was superintendent of the Portsmouth Public Schools for about 20 years until he retired in 1984.
- Mentoring program aims to develop good citizens February 23, 2015A group of dedicated men is working to improve our city, one young man at a time. The Omega Youth Academy is a mentoring program that partners young men with civic-minded professionals throughout the city. Cardell Patillo Jr. is the coordinator.
- Portsmouth schools plan to ask for more budget funds February 19, 2015PORTSMOUTH School officials so far have proposed a $140.5 million budget for the coming fiscal year that leaves unfunded a long list of priorities. But they plan to request more during negotiations over the next few months to meet school needs and plug gaps.
- Worker pulls young boy from icy Portsmouth pond February 19, 2015PORTSMOUTH A young boy fell into an icy pond Wednesday afternoon and was quickly pulled out by a witness, said Detective Misty Holley, spokeswoman for the Police Department. The boy is expected to be OK, she said. The child fell into the pond in the 500 block of Fifth St. about 2:30 p.m., she said. Before police arrived, he was pulled to safety by a man who […]
- ABC seizes Manischewitz wine from Portsmouth home February 18, 2015PORTSMOUTH Full bottles of Ciroc Vodka, Seagrams Extra Dry Gin and Manischewitz Cream White Concord. Those were just a few of the items seized earlier this month from a Portsmouth home under investigation for illegal alcohol sales.
- Portsmouth's new schools chief is off to a snowy start February 18, 2015Portsmouth Superintendent Elie Bracy III planned to spend his first full day in the office Tuesday. Snow changed his mind. Bracy's contract began Monday - Presidents Day - when offices were closed. After driving and watching weather forecasts, he made his first major call as superintendent: Close schools Tuesday.
- New band offers trip down memory lane February 16, 2015"Old drummer familiar with R&B and beach music looking for like-minded musicians," read Randy Boone's Craigslist ad in early 2014. "I was just an old guy sitting around and thinking about the fourth quarter of my life," he said.
- Local filmmaker takes on HIV/AIDS education February 16, 2015"I didn't think it would happen to me," is a statement AIDS advocates hear often from those they serve. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cites a lack of education as a primary factor in the spread of HIV and AIDS.
- Portsmouth city manager is stepping down February 26, 2015
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- I-264 AND I-64 LANE AND RAMP CLOSURES SCHEDULED FEBRUARY 22-28This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
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Move Schedule Announced07/27/2012
- "Cool City" Cooling Stations Activated07/26/2012
- Mosquito Control Tips07/24/2012
- Portsmouth in Postcards - Presented by Keith & Pam Atkins07/20/2012
- Portsmouth Judicial Center Dedication Ceremony Held07/20/2012
- Cooling Stations Activated July 18-1907/18/2012
- Coast Guard City Celebration August 2 – 407/17/2012
- 26th Annual Gospelrama August 4-507/16/2012
- Portsmouth Judicial Center Dedication Ceremony07/16/2012
- Hurricane Preparedness Reminder07/16/2012
- Portsmouth Judicial Center Move Schedule Announced
- Dozens of crashes, disabled vehicles along interstatesTraveling around Hampton Roads or even jetting off to another state won't be easy today with the latest round of snowfall to cover the region. If you have to drive today, officials ask that you delay your trip as long as possible. Before heading out for a flight, call the airports in Norfolk and Newport News since many flights are delayed or canceled.
- Need help on highways? VDOT patrollers will be there.Daniel Glass stood in front of his Virginia Department of Transportation truck, his back parallel to traffic. An SUV had hit snow and slid into a ditch about 8 this morning, and Glass had just finished setting up cones to divert traffic on Interstate 64 in Virginia Beach.
- Closings, cancellations due to today's snowfallThe forecast for heavy snowfall overnight has prompted another round of closures, cancellations and delays. VIRGINIA CHESAPEAKE City offices, courts, Circuit Court Clerk's Office, libraries and community centers will be closed. The Board of Zoning Appeals meeting is canceled. Schools will be closed. Essential personnel should report between 10 a.m. and […]
- Snow totals reported around Hampton RoadsMost of Hampton Roads had 5 inches of snow or more from the latest round of winter weather, while residents of North Carolina had a range of 4 inches to just a dusting or just plain rain, depending on the location.
- Amtrak cancels trains between DC, Norfolk, due to snowWASHINGTON Amtrak has suspended some train service due to the winter weather moving through the mid-Atlantic region. Northeast Regional trains between Norfolk, Virginia and Richmond, Virginia were cancelled Thursday, along with the Northeast Regional between Newport News, Virginia and Washington. […]
- Map | Today's snowfall reports for Hampton Roads...
- About 1,000 without power in Hampton Roads, N.C.About 1,000 Dominion power customers were without electric service at 11 a.m. During the storm, about 16,000 homes and businesses lost power, according to Dominion spokeswoman Bonita Billingsley Harris. About 14,000 were in Virginia Beach. Crews were working to restore service to 440 customers in North Carolina and 250 in Virginia Beach.
- Residents across Hampton Roads see snow and shrugChildren did not rush outside this time. Not in Port Norfolk, at least, where a week ago, boys and girls were bundled up and stomping through crunchy snow at the first sign of light. This morning, a few hours after sunrise and with more than a half-foot of snow on the ground, it appeared nobody was out in the historic Portsmouth neighborhood.
- Photos | Hampton Roads wakes up to snow Thursday...
- Record set last week for demand for Appalachian PowerCHARLESTON, W.Va. Customers of Appalachian Power set an unofficial record for peak demand as they turned up the heat during Friday's deep freeze. The utility's customers in West Virginia, Virginia and Tennessee pushed electricity demand to 8,697 megawatts. The previous high was 8,460 megawatts set on Jan. 30, 2014. […]
- Dozens of crashes, disabled vehicles along interstates
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By Jim Hurley, Portsmouth, VA Wrongful Death Lawyer In a new blog on the Virginia Personal Injury Attorneys site my colleague John Cooper writes about the death of a pedestrian in Gloucester County, VA. The driver involved in this accident was charged … Continue reading