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Making Your Mark: Marine helps kids stay away from violence

Posted on Friday, April, 29th 2016
NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC-TV) -- When he was in the Marines, Tom Brandl fought to keep our country safe. Now he's engaged in a battle here at home to keep underprivileged teenagers away from violence in their neighborhoods. Read the full article on 13newsnow.com
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Cops and Curls Event Builds Community Relationships

Posted on Thursday, April, 28th 2016
Cops and Curls was a party for 50 lucky young ladies held last Saturday evening, April 23 at the Downtown Norfolk Marriott. Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) is proud to have partnered with the Norfolk Police Department, The Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney, the Norfolk Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the...

Offices at 201 Granby Street Closed For Remainder of Day

Posted on Tuesday, April, 26th 2016
Due to a water leak, the building had to be evacuated.  Check website for further updates.
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Whatever Happened to the Wooden Boat Workshop?

Posted on Monday, April, 25th 2016
Retired Marine Col. Tom Brandl welcomed the first students into his Tidewater Wooden Boat Workshop last summer, a class that would build their skills in math and science as well as their confidence and responsibility. At the time, he was hoping to get enough volunteers and community financial support to turn the nonprofit into a year-round after-...

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