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If you have been hurt in a car, truck or motorcycle crash or by a fall or on a railroad, we are here to help. We are here to help if you have lost a loved one through the fault of another. The Cooper Hurley Law Firm has decades of experience in personal injury cases.
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- Burst pipes in Portsmouth building causes problems at city jail October 6, 2015PORTSMOUTH Two pipes burst Monday afternoon in and around the old police headquarters building, causing problems at the adjoining city jail, according to city officials. Detective Misty Holley, a police spokeswoman, said a water main ruptured under the building located at 711 Crawford Street and that a second pipe on the second floor also burst.
- Portsmouth police search for early morning robbery suspect October 6, 2015PORTSMOUTH Police are searching for a man wanted in connection with a Tuesday morning robbery. Officers got a call at 7:17 a.m. that the Diamond’s Express at 3300 Victory Boulevard had just been robbed, according to a press release. A male suspect entered the business, said he had a weapon and demanded money, police say. After […]
- Portsmouth man arrested in homicide, armed robbery October 5, 2015PORTSMOUTH A 49-year-old man was charged with murder Sunday after police say he killed a Portsmouth man. Wayne Frederick McClellan of Portsmouth flagged down a Chesapeake police officer in the 1300 block of George Washington Hwy. around 9:40 Sunday morning and told him there was a dead body in a Portsmouth apartment, Detective Misty Holley […]
- Man found dead in Portsmouth apartment building October 5, 2015PORTSMOUTH A man was found dead in an apartment building in the 5100 block of George Washington Hwy. on Sunday. Shortly before 10 a.m., Chesapeake police notified Portsmouth police of a possible deceased person within Portsmouth city limits, according to Portsmouth police spokeswoman Misty Holley. Someone had flagged down Chesapeake officials.
- Environmental department takes comments on plan for reducing emissions at Portsmouth meeting October 4, 2015PORTSMOUTH The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality will take comments from the public on a plan to reduce carbon emissions from existing power plants Tuesday night. The event is scheduled for 5 to 8 p.m. at Tidewater Community College in Portsmouth, according to a news release from the Virginia League of Conservation Voters.
- Invasion of privacy charge dropped against Portsmouth police officer October 3, 2015PORTSMOUTH A special prosecutor this week dropped a charge of computer invasion of privacy that was filed earlier this year against a Portsmouth police officer, according to online court records.
- City of Portsmouth opens its garages to escape flooding October 2, 2015PORTSMOUTH The city's garages will be open and free for people to relocate their vehicles because of flooding through the weekend. Drivers should not mark in any spaces that are marked reserved for 24 hours. The city of Portsmouth said drivers should first use the County and Middle Street garages. Water Street Garage will also […]
- Crash cleared in U.S. 58 Midtown Tunnel October 1, 2015PORTSMOUTH The U.S. 58 Midtown Tunnel has reopened after a crash was cleared. Portsmouth police warned motorists to avoid the area about 2:30 p.m. and traffic was stopped in both directions for about an hour. No other details about the crash were available.
- Murder charges go forward against woman accused in fatal crash September 30, 2015PORTSMOUTH A state trooper was trying to pull over a Portsmouth woman for speeding earlier this month when she attempted to exit Interstate 264 at more than 90 mph, according to testimony. The maneuver caused the woman's SUV to roll over and into some trees, killing two young girls who were riding in the vehicle […]
- Portsmouth man gets 10 years in death of girlfriend's 3-year-old son September 28, 2015PORTSMOUTH Kayla Whitley wasn't ready to say goodbye to her 3-year-old son. "The days at the hospital broke me down," Trevor Harper's mother wrote the court. "My world was flipped all around with just one phone call. I was 22 years old having to plan my baby boy's funeral."
- Burst pipes in Portsmouth building causes problems at city jail October 6, 2015
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- JAMESTOWN-SCOTLAND FERRY TO EXPERIENCE SERVICE REDUCTIONS AND SUSPENSIONS DUE TO HIGH TIDESThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- JAMESTOWN-SCOTLAND FERRY RESUMES SERVICE AT REDUCED CAPACITYThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- JAMESTOWN-SCOTLAND FERRY SERVICE TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED DUE TO HEAVY RAIN AND TIDESThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- OVERNIGHT LANE CLOSURES SCHEDULED FOR I-64 WIDENING PROJECTThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- U.S. 58 MIDTOWN TUNNEL CURRENTLY OPEN TO TRAFFICThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- ERT WEEKLY CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE OCT 2 - OCT 9This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- VDOT TO TEST TIDE GATES AT HRBT OVERNIGHTThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- HAMPTON ROADS WEEKLY LANE CLOSURE REPORT OCTOBER 2-9This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- HAMPTON ROADS WEEKLY LANE CLOSURE REPORT SEPTEMBER 25-OCTOBER 2This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- ACCOMACK COUNTY: TUNNELS MILL ROAD TO CLOSE FOR REPAIRS SEPTEMBER 28This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- JAMESTOWN-SCOTLAND FERRY TO EXPERIENCE SERVICE REDUCTIONS AND SUSPENSIONS DUE TO HIGH TIDES
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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
- Dangerous surf conditions persist in Nags HeadNAGS HEAD The Fire and Rescue Department is posting "No Swimming" red flags on the beach because of choppy conditions, large swell, and the high threat of rip currents, according to a press release. The red flags mean swimming in the Atlantic Ocean is prohibited until dangerous conditions end and the flags are lowered.
- Weather: Mostly sunny, somewhat breezySunny days are here again. That's right folks, the clear skies we've all been waiting for should appear today. The coastal flood advisory that's been in effect since the storm late last week should go away by 8 a.m., after high tide. Temperatures will be in the high 60s to low 70s, with a low […]
- Virginians head south to help South Carolina flood victimsHampton Roads residents - from the public and private sectors - are helping Columbia, S.C., with flood relief. Virginia Beach-based nonprofit Operation Blessing International on Monday sent a convoy of six vehicles with more than 3,000 bottles of water, tools, dehumidifiers, a mobile kitchen and enough food to make at least 5,500 meals.
- First, the stormy weekend. Now, the cleanup begins.VIRGINIA BEACH A torn church spire. A hotel sign on the ground. Tipped-over tikis and sand - lots of it - in the grassy parks. Other than a few bumps and bruises, the Oceanfront survived the storm. Several businesses reported damage from the storm that blew through Hampton Roads late last week and blustery weather […]
- Hyde County offices, Ocracoke Island to remain closed after more floodingHYDE COUNTY, N.C. Flooding and rain is forecasted to continue in Hyde County, leading officials to suspend access and services. Visitor access to Ocracoke Island remains prohibited, in addition to the ferry servicing the island. Another dune in Ocracoke was breached overnight, 100 feet long, officials said in a news release.
- Coast Guard: Missing cargo ship sank, one body foundJACKSONVILLE, Fla. The captain of the 790-foot El Faro planned to bypass Hurricane Joaquin, but some kind of mechanical failure left the U.S. container ship with 33 people aboard helplessly and "tragically" adrift in the path of the powerful storm, the vessel's owners say.
- High waters prompt road closures around Hampton RoadsFlooding remains a traffic issue in some areas of Hampton Roads. The following roads are closed due to high water or similar issues. Norfolk: >6000 block of Hampton Blvd. Hampton: Brighter days ahead..the sun will be out and tides back to normal tomorrow. Most roads have reopened as water have receded. #haveagreatnight — Hampton VA […]
- Live webcam | Watch the storm move through downtown NorfolkWe've set up a camera from our office in downtown Norfolk. Watch the storm roll through.
- Suffolk city personnel help with tree removal after weekend stormSUFFOLK Saturated ground and high winds resulted in trees coming down in areas of Suffolk over the weekend, according to city spokeswoman Diana Klink by email today. Public works and public safety personnel helped with tree removal at Murphys Mill and Pitchkettle roads, Hillpoint Boulevard and Film Way, and the 1900 block of Portsmouth Blvd., […]
- Norfolk, Portsmouth courts closing earlyFlooding concerns related to Monday's high tide are causing Norfolk and Portsmouth courts to close early. Norfolk's courts will close at 2 p.m., according to a tweet from the city. #norfolkVA All courts will be closing at 2pm today. This includes Circuit, General District and Juvenile and Domestic Relations courts. — City of Norfolk, VA […]
- Dangerous surf conditions persist in Nags Head
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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