NRHA News

06.06.2018
  For years, Norfolk school leaders have talked about the need, one day, to close some schools to reflect the reality of declining enrollment. That day is here, a consultant told the school board Wednesday.... For more information visit pilotonline.com. Read More
06.01.2018
  Rev. Yvonne  Delk, pastor at the new Macedonia Christian  United  Church of Christ  on Marshall Avenue, called a proposed recycling site in the church’s neighborhood “a moral and justice issue”. Select Recycling Waste Services, Inc., (SRWS) is attempting to open... Read More
05.29.2018
  Most of Hampton Roads seemed to be unaffected by the on and off again rain, but there was a lot of flooding at the Calvert Square neighborhood in Norfolk... For more information visit 13newsnow.com. Read More
05.23.2018
  U.S. Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine (both D-VA) announced $43,246,753 in federal funding to support affordable housing development across Virginia. The funding, which will go to 26 municipalities across the Commonwealth, has been awarded through the Department... Read More
05.21.2018
  As another storm swept through Norfolk on a chilly evening, Michelle Cook pointed to the puddles growing on a path where children walk to school in Tidewater Gardens. Water stood wheels-deep in a nearby intersection. In heavy rain, she said, both the road and the path flood, and children... Read More
04.27.2018
According to a report released from Princeton University's Eviction lab, Hampton Roads has one of the highest rental eviction rates in the country. Host Cathy Lewis recently discussed the number of issues within the Hampton Roads area with guests, Sarah Black, an attorney and the Deputy... Read More
04.27.2018
  East Ocean View is poised to gain 40 new households by 2019. Along with new single-family homes, community leaders are hopeful the residential development in the Norfolk beach community also will further brighten and diversify the city’s economic picture. For more information visit... Read More
04.26.2018
  Harbor Group International has sold a 17-story tower in downtown Norfolk to the city’s housing authority for $12 million. The Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority had leased space in the building, at 555 E. Main St., for its headquarters since June 2016... For more... Read More
04.26.2018
  Recommended cuts to resources in some public housing communities prompted Councilman Paul Riddick to decry Norfolk’s budget proposal this week, saying the city’s black residents are taking the brunt of spending reductions. The flashpoint: the recommendation to eliminate funding for a city-... Read More
04.25.2018
  Sales at MacArthur Center’s Nordstrom, which have declined over the past decade, took an even more dramatic tumble last year, falling more than 25 percent... For more information visit pilotonline.com. Read More
04.24.2018
  Councilwoman Mamie Johnson, wrapping up her first term representing a district in the heart of Norfolk, is looking to defend her seat against William Collins, who says the city is passing Ward 3 by... For more information visit pilotonline.com. Read More
04.16.2018
  Norfolk Police are stepping up patrols in the Young Terrace community following a fatal shooting that happened on Wednesday. More officers will be in the area with car, bike and foot patrols... For more information visit wavy.com. Read More
04.15.2018
  Gregory Morton sat alone, practicing his bassoon in a cavernous rehearsal room, working to get the notes just right, feeling pleasantly unrushed. He used to lug that bassoon from Freemason Baptist Church, to Chrysler Hall or the Virginia Arts Festival building or wherever his Governor’s... Read More
04.12.2018
  The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is allowing countless Americans to keep more of their hard-earned money. We are seeing economic revitalization play out in town after town as workers receive higher wages and even bonuses after years of stagnant pay... For more information visit pilotonline.com Read More
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