An official with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), will travel to Newport News on Wednesday to help area business owners learn more about upcoming contracting opportunities.... For more information visit Read More
  When Brenda Gibbs talks, it almost sounds like she just finished running a marathon. Trying to keep up with her as she hustles around the William A. Hunton YMCA in Tidewater Gardens, you understand why... For more information visit Read More
  Tuesday is National Night Out across the United States, but for the City of Norfolk and its police department, the celebration is a culmination of effort and focus to enhance its standing with the community... For more information visit Read More
  Law enforcement agencies from across the region and country took part in National Night Out on Tuesday night. It’s an annual event held by law enforcement with food, games and more to help break down barriers and build trust with the community... For more information visit Read More
  An Old Dominion University administrator has been chosen to lead the city's government. Larry "Chip" Filer will serve as Norfolk's 16th city manager, according to a city news release Thursday.... For more information visit Read More
  News 3 has uncovered records that give insight into what happened right before a teenager was shot and killed. David Godfrey Jr. was with two friends the day he was shot and killed in the 500 block of E. Brambleton Avenue in Norfolk on June 2, court documents say... For more info visit... Read More
Norfolk police have identified the man found dead last Friday. Police say 35-year-old Edward L. Owens was found dead inside a home in the Young Terrace area... For mre information visit Read More
  Just before 7 p.m., more than 100 people began to gather near the intersection of Olney and Whitaker and started to walk to the garden at P.B. Young Sr. Elementary School. It was a fitting location for a memorial service for famed boxer Pernell "Sweetpea" Whitaker, who died Sunday night...... Read More
  The Norfolk community came together Tuesday night to honor Hampton Roads native Pernell “Sweet Pea” Whitaker with a candlelight vigil. The event was held at P.B. Young Elementary School at 543 E. Olney Road... For more information visit Read More
  The community came together to honor the passing of a legend. Olympic gold medalist and champion boxer Pernell "Sweet Pea" Whitaker died after being hit by a car in Virginia Beach late Sunday night. The Norfolk native was considered one of the best lightweight boxers to ever live... Read More
  Pernell Whitaker, who made an art form of defensive boxing and ranked among the best fighters to ever lace up a pair of gloves, was as accomplished at what he did as any athlete Hampton Roads has ever produced... For more information visit Read More
  “Daddy’s Wives” is a memoir of trauma and defiance. Published in Norfolk in 2010, the book recalls the pain, the anger and the helplessness of being raised by a serial child rapist and a mother who was complicit in her daughters’ anguish. It was printed under the alias Savannah Madison and... Read More
  Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority sent out a letter to Tidewater Gardens residents in phase one Tuesday night.  The letter explained that residents will soon have to move out and should get relocation plans in order. The letter also specified residents with school-aged... Read More
  The process to move thousands out of Norfolk’s oldest public housing complex has started. Tuesday, the Norfolk’s Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NHRA) began sending out federally mandated letters to residents of Tidewater Gardens to let them know that their current unit will need... Read More
  An aging public apartment complex on Virginia’s seaboard is being upgraded with help from a multi-layered financing package from VHDA. The Diggs Town public housing development was built in 1952 and renovated in the 1990s, but is now in need of another renovation. VHDA’s financing will allow... Read More
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