$60 million from HUD will help two Hampton Roads cities with redevelopment



Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson was in Newport News Monday after carrying two big checks: $30 million each for Newport News and Norfolk.

“There are three Choice Neighborhood Initiative being awarded and two of them are in Virginia,” Carson said during a news conference in City Council Chambers attended by at least 160 people. Newport News Mayor McKinley Price also spoke....

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