A wave of residential and retail development will continue to reshape Ocean View in 2019. Civic league and city leaders who represent the neighborhoods around the bay beachfront in Norfolk say private interest and investment in the projects positions Ocean View for steady and unprecedented... Read More
Hundreds of Norfolk's youngest residents had a special visit from the Norfolk Police Department on Saturday as officers brought holiday cheer in the form of gifts with the help of the Ricky Johnson Foundation... For more infroamtion visit Read More
Norfolk Mayor Kenny Alexander was in Washington D.C. on Wednesday to take part in a signing of an executive order by President Donald Trump... For more information visit Read More
  As Norfolk begins to plan for the next decade of its downtown development, one thing planners are looking at is what currently isn't working.  Every 10 years, the City of Norfolk puts together a strategic plan for its downtown area, in order to make sure its development remains... Read More
Residents in a Norfolk community are hoping to get a bus route for students after recent violence.... For more information visit Read More
  A Norfolk hotel-conference center is getting a new addition to its staff to bring food, beverages, linens and other items to the doors of guest rooms.... For more information visit Read More
  The 22nd Annual induction class for the Hampton Roads African American Sports Hall of Fame includes football coach Kevin Clark, baseball coach Wiley Lee, Collegiate football player Willie Spence, Collegiate tennis coach Nathaniel Warren, Olympic boxing coach Gloria Thornton-Peek and Special... Read More
  On her 15-minute break from work, Idalmys Ferro received a call from her son's cell phone. She answered, but this time it wasn't her 14-year-old son on the other end of the call.... For more information visit Read More
  Parents in the Young Terrace community are renewing a petition to the School Board of the City of Norfolk to start a school bus route to Ruffner Academy... For more information visit Read More
  Norfolk Redevelopment & Housing Authority (NRHA) is warning residents of a possible scam going around. According to the NRHA, a company may be soliciting residents for their SNAP card and PIN number with the promise of free groceries. The NRHA says that the company is not an NRHA program... Read More
  Should Norfolk residents really be worried about plans for a natural gas pipeline that would run through the city? Signs lining Tidewater Drive are making some nearby residents nervous... For more information visit Read More
  ...In Tidewater Gardens, where the city is replacing hundreds of public housing units with mixed-use real estate, an old creek bed that had been built over will become a creek once again as the new development pulls back from the flood zone around it.... For more information visit... Read More
    I've lived in Virginia Beach, which has an open method of voting for its City Council members. I now live in Norfolk, which uses a ward system. The Beach is much more inclusive... For rest of letter visit Read More
  At work: I manage the development and implementation of government relations plans and outreach to achieve strategic agency goals and objectives, including promoting accurate and positive communications about programs and services, and increasing awareness and support for transit among... Read More
  Slivers of the waterfront poke through chain-link fences in Fort Norfolk, a quasi-industrial section of downtown with a chronic identity crisis. The area, named for the barracks that famously helped protect the city during the War of 1812, has been considered “the last frontier” of... Read More
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