On Thursday night, tents lined the ground in front of Norfolk City Hall -- not because people were camping out, but because they said that could be their future.... To continue reading article visit Read More
  A group of residents from Norfolk’s St. Paul’s public housing communities say they hope a judge can force the city to change its public housing plans.... To continue reading article visit Read More
  A small crowd of about 20 people gathered near Norfolk CIty Hall Thursday to protest on behalf of public housing residents on St. Paul's Boulevard... To continue reading article visit Read More
  A new federal Fair Housing Act lawsuit filed this week alleges that the city of Norfolk and the Norfolk Redevelopment andHousing Authority, with approval and financing from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, have embarked on a redevelopment plan that forces every resident... Read More
  Residents are asking a federal judge to block Norfolk’s St. Paul’s area redevelopment plan, which they say would further segregate and disadvantage black residents and thus violate federal law.... Read More
  Residents have filed a federal lawsuit to try and make the city come up with a new plan for the redevelopment of the St. Paul's area... To continue reading article visit Read More
  A group of Norfolk residents is suing the city’s housing authority and the federal housing authority over plans to tear down and redevelop the St Paul’s area. The lawsuit was filed Monday in federal court.... To continue reading article visit Read More
  The demand for rental assistance in Norfolk far exceeds the funds available, housing officials say. On Oct. 30, the Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority opened up its wait-list for its Housing Choice Voucher Program.... Read More
  They weren’t supposed to be here for Christmas. They weren’t even supposed to be here for Labor Day. Hundreds of residents of a section of Norfolk’s Tidewater Gardens — deemed Phase 1 by the city and housing authority — were supposed to move out this past summer, the first leg of a... Read More
    Virginia Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine announced Monday nearly $900,000 in funding will go to localities to help fight veteran homelessness. Several localities in Hampton Roads will receive various amounts of funding, totaling $883,881 altogether, which will help homeless... Read More
  One boy stood up, jumped up and down and laughed in the aisle. Other onlookers screamed and rocked back and forth in their seats, overcome with laughter... To continue reading visit Read More
  Does requiring people who receive government housing assistance to work actually help them earn more income and afford housing on the private market?...   For more information visit   Read More
  The Newport News Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NNRHA) has been chosen by U.S. Housing and Urban Development as an EnVision Center site to help low-income residents increase their income and gain self-sufficiency.... For more information visit Read More
  Norfolk Mayor Kenny Alexander and Newport News Vice Mayor Tina Vick announced two new centers that are supposed to help families currently receiving federal assistance on Monday.... For more information visit Read More
  A federal program aimed at helping public housing residents become self-sufficient will boost efforts linking low-income families to much-needed services in Norfolk and Newport News, officials announced Monday... For more information visit Read More
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