It may be glacially slow, but it's progress. The U.S. Postal Service has agreed to start conversations about selling a large swath of property Norfolk says is critical to the redevelopment of the St. Paul’s area.... For more information read Read More
  A 15-year-old boy was shot dead Sunday night in downtown Norfolk, the latest in a spate of gun violence that led Norfolk’s police chief to issue an appeal: Stop the “unmitigated killings” of kids on city streets. Who is to blame? “Simply put, irresponsible gun owners,” Chief Larry Boone said... Read More
  BEN CARSON, U.S. secretary of Housing and Urban Development, paid a surprise visit to Virginia last month to award Norfolk and Newport News each a $30 million Choice Neighborhoods Implementation grant to kickstart each city’s billion-dollar neighborhood transformation... For more information... Read More
  A 15-year-old is dead and an 18-year-old is behind bars after a weekend shooting in Norfolk’s Young Terrace neighborhood. Norfolk Police said officers responded to the 500 block of E. Brambleton Avenue around 10 p.m. and found the young man suffering from a gunshot wound. The teen was... Read More
  There’s a spot in Ocean View, just a couple hundred feet from the beach, with paths of crushed rock and dozens of gnarled, sprawling oak trees. Called Bay Oaks Park, it’s a charming, modest place. Someone walking at a decent clip could make their way around the park in 10 minutes or... Read More
  The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development recently awarded Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority and the city a $30 million Choice Neighborhoods Initiative Grant for the Tidewater Gardens community in the St. Paul’s Area. “This money... Read More
  THE MASSIVE DEVELOPMENT effort now underway in the St. Paul’s area near downtown Norfolk could be the key that unlocks a tremendous amount of potential. Countless studies over the years show that centralizing low-income individuals and families in designated public housing tends to impede... Read More
  Governor Ralph Northam congratulates Mayor of Newport News Dr. McKinley L. Price and Mayor of Norfolk Kenny Alexander for receiving a combined $60 million in implementation grants from HUD through the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative, which provides grants to local communities to transform... Read More
  Imagine a Harbor Park surrounded by parks and paths, greenways and new developments. That certainly sounds more inviting than the post-industrial concrete-and-gravel landscape where the ballpark sits now, and it's the direction the city wants to go as it moves forward with ... Read More
The city has announced it will hire a national non-profit to oversee services dubbed "People First" for residents who are being moved out of public housing in the St. Paul's area... For more information visit Read More
  There has been much talk on what’s coming next at Harbor Park and nearby areas. At the beginning of the new year, Norfolk City Council voted to support bringing in a casino in Norfolk.... For more information visit   Read More
  Marshall-Ridley is a tough place to live by any standard. Households routinely earn incomes of less than $23,000 each year. And a slow drip of middle-income residents fled for the suburbs throughout the past half century, leaving vacant homes and businesses to rot. Those people who stayed... Read More
  Housing officials say a federal grant will help the city "kick-start" redevelopment of the St. Paul's area. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson announced on Monday the city will receive $30 million. Newport News is also receiving $30 million to redevelop parts of the... Read More
  Norfolk and Newport News will receive a combined $60 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to kickstart redevelopment efforts in both cities, officials announced Monday afternoon... For more information visit Read More
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