Norfolk police are investigating after a gunshot victim was found in the Tidewater Gardens neighborhood Monday night....   For more information visit Read More
  Norfolk homicide detectives thought they had enough evidence to convict Mitchell “Moolah” Grice of murder, so they stopped investigating and failed to put together as complete a case as possible....  For more information visit Read More
  Several members of Norfolk’s Architectural Review Board want to see more unique urban architecture in buildings designed to replace public housing... For more information visit Read More
  A local woman said her family has been forced to live in filth. The mother of five says her apartment is littered with bugs, and the management isn’t doing anything about it. “We need to move,” Shantae Brown told News 3. “I’ve lost so much....” For more information visit Read More
  The city recently hosted a workshop to educate the community about the Marshall-Ridley Transformation Plan. Two residents and several city staff and partner organizations attended the free event. The Choice Neighborhood Initiative is a program by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban... Read More
  Some charities want to give you a fish. Norfolk’s Bev Sell wants to stock a lake with trout, hand you a rod and reel, then teach you how to make fish tacos...  For more information visit Read More
  In just the last two years, climate change has brought on an onslaught of disasters: more than 4 feet of rain in south Texas, 90 degree days in Alaska, and record-breaking wildfires that have destroyed homes and upended communities. But now, an unexpected threat from... Read More
  Chip Filer, an economist from Old Dominion University, was recently confirmed as Norfolk's new city manager. He doesn't start until Sept. 16, but The Virginian-Pilot caught up with him last week to talk about how he found himself taking the city's top job and... Read More
  Decades of racist housing policies helped shape the landscape of cities across the country. And Norfolk has plenty of those skeletons in its own closet. On Thursday, a community group is looking to lay bare that history and discuss how the city can move forward as it undertakes... Read More
  Over the next few years, Newport News’ Southeast Community will see an influx of millions of dollars from local, federal and private investment sources to transform the Choice Neighborhood community... For more information visit Read More
  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
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