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- Old Portsmouth sheriff's back in town but not in our good graces just yet July 23, 2014Let's begin by wishing Gary Waters a happy birthday, shall we? He turns 70 today. Here's a stunner: He's starting to sound like a grown-up. If you're new around here, his name might not mean anything. If you've lived your whole life in Portsmouth, however, you know exactly who he is.
- Blog Photos | Phillip Phillips & O.A.R. at Portsmouth Amphitheater July 22, 2014Photoblogger David Adam Beloff shares his photos from Phillip Phillips and O.A.R. at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Portsmouth. We're sorry. The page you're looking for didn't load correctly. Please click here.
- APM facility in Portsmouth to be sold, executive says July 22, 2014PORTSMOUTH Just seven years after it opened and only four years after it was leased to the Virginia Port Authority, APM Terminals' state-of-the-art Portsmouth facility is about to be sold. […]
- Portsmouth auditor defends his work to council July 22, 2014PORTSMOUTH City Auditor Jesse Andre Thomas defended his recent work to City Council members in a meeting Monday, after a Virginian-Pilot article reported that the work bore similarities to the Chesapeake auditor's. Thomas stressed to council members that the audits he plans to conduct this year were chosen based on an analysis of Portsmouth city data - […]
- Ex-sheriff seeks second chance to serve public July 21, 2014PORTSMOUTH There's an old sheriff in town, and he's looking for some action. Former Sheriff Gary Waters has returned from Florida, where he retired after losing his office to Bill Watson in 2005. Waters, now 69, comes with plenty of baggage - not the traveling kind. Yet he has decided to run for the City Council.
- Whatever happened to ... Charles Whitehurst Sr. July 21, 2014PORTSMOUTH Since leaving city government at the end of 2012, Charles Whitehurst Sr., the former city councilman, vice mayor, treasurer and candidate for mayor, has gotten married, had a major health scare and moved out of the city. But he continues to keep an eye on City Hall.
- Former segregated library now a Portsmouth museum July 20, 2014PORTSMOUTH It's official. The Portsmouth Community Colored Library Museum is finally a city museum, the culmination of a goliath 15-year effort spearheaded by the African American Historical Society of Portsmouth.
- In aftermath of disasters, local chef mobilizes to aid the hungry July 20, 2014Hurricane Katrina changed Gary LeBlanc's life. The Portsmouth resident joined a feeding ministry in the days after the storm to help the devastated residents of his hometown New Orleans.
- Phillip Phillips' new album strays from Home July 18, 2014The Phillip Phillips many people got to know in 2012 when he won season 11 of "American Idol" fit snugly into the folk-rock revival that was happening on Top 40 radio at the time.
- Portsmouth Anglers' Club spreads a little sunshine July 13, 2014PORTSMOUTH Billy Sugg got animated as he talked about the old days at Culpepper's Boat Rental and bait shop in Port Norfolk. The place is still there, but Sugg recalled hanging out at the store in the early '60s.
- Old Portsmouth sheriff's back in town but not in our good graces just yet July 23, 2014
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- I-264 DOWNTOWN TUNNEL CLOSURE SCHEDULEThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- KING ST., COUNTY ST. AND MEANDER RD. IN PORTSMOUTH TO THROUGH TRAFFIC FOR PROJECT CONSTRUCTIONThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- LAKESIDE DRIVE (ROUTE 620) WATERLINE TIE-IN WORK SCHEDULEDThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- I-64 EASTBOUND RAMP CLOSURE SCHEDULE ADJUSTEDThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- WEEKLY LANE CLOSURE FORECAST, JUL 20 THROUGH JUL 26This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- I-264 LANE CLOSURES SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT; I-264 AND I-64 RAMP EVENING CLOSURES SCHEDULED FOR JULY 20-25This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- TRAFFIC SHIFT SCHEDULED FOR GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGHWAY (ROUTE 17)This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- I-64 HIGH RISE BRIDGE ROUTINE TEST LIFT SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, JULY 17This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- I-264 WEST DOWNTOWN TUNNEL CLOSURE SCHEDULEThis file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
- I-264 EAST DOWNTOWN TUNNEL REHABILITATION BEGINS WEEK OF JULY 20This file is in PDF format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader to open.
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Move Schedule Announced07/27/2012
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- Coast Guard City Celebration August 2 – 407/17/2012
- 26th Annual Gospelrama August 4-507/16/2012
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- Tropical depression now a tropical waveMIAMI The U.S. National Hurricane Center says a tropical depression in the Atlantic has weakened to a tropical wave as it approaches the Lesser Antilles. Its maximum sustained winds Wednesday are near 35 mph (55 kph). It is centered about 365 miles (590 kilometers) east of the Lesser Antilles and is moving west-northwest near 25 mph (41 kph).
- Weather: Partly sunny with temps in the low 90sIt should be partly sunny today with high temperatures in the low 90s. There is also a 20 percent chance of showers with thunderstorms possible this afternoon. Tonight it should be mostly cloudy with lows in the mid-70s. More precipitation is possible overnight as a cold front approaches from the northwest.
- Storm, tornado left over 118 tons of debris in Va. BeachVIRGINIA BEACH The city collected more than 118 tons of debris following storms and an EF-0 tornado that struck earlier this month. The trash primarily came from 16th Street at the Oceanfront, where the tornado hit, and areas near Red Mill, Ocean Lakes and Birdneck Point, according to the Department of Public Works.
- Speed was reason Arthur didn't cause more damageCORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the hurricane that caused the new inlet where a temporary bridge was built. ____ It was no Isabel, Irene or Sandy. When Hurricane Arthur whooshed through the Outer Banks on the Fourth of July, it left far less damage than past storms. The main reason? Speed. […]
- Tropical depression moves west; should degenerateMIAMI A tropical depression is moving west in the Atlantic and is expected to degenerate over the next few days.
- Weather: Mostly cloudy with temps around 85It should be mostly cloudy today with highs around 85 degrees. Scattered thunderstorms that could bring locally heavy rainfall are possible in parts of northeastern North Carolina, according to the National Weather Service. The hazardous weather outlook included Bertie, Chowan, Hertford, Gates, Northampton, Pasquotank and Perquimans counties.
- Tropical depression forms, should not threaten landMIAMI Forecasters say a tropical depression has formed over the Atlantic, though it remains far out to sea and is not expected to threaten land. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami says the depression formed Monday afternoon. It was about 1,200 miles (1,930 kilometers) east of the Lesser Antilles, moving west at 16 mph (26 kph). Its maximum sustained […]
- Weather: Mostly cloudy with highs in the mid-80sIt should be mostly cloudy today with highs in the mid-80s. There is a slight chance of showers, with thunderstorms, possible after about 2 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. Tonight it should remain mostly cloudy with temperatures in the low 70s.
- Column | Caught driving in a tornado? What to doI remember watching the movie "Twister" as a kid. It was terrifying. As a Navy brat, I had always lived along the coast, so the idea of having to worry about a tornado was foreign to me. "Where does that happen?" I wondered. "Remind me to never live there."
- Weather: Cloudy with temps in low 80sWe can expect a cloudy day today with a slight chance of showers in the afternoon as temperatures remain in the low 80s. The clouds are expected to remain on Monday, with rain and thunderstorms possible after 2 p.m. and temperatures will stay in the low 80s.
- Tropical depression now a tropical wave
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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