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03.16.2017
It is still a proposed blueprint, but the Trump Administration’s proposal to cut the budget of various non-defense related federal agencies by $54 billion-plus has many advocates for housing and assistance for the poor, the environment and education concerned. The Administration is working on... Read More
02.13.2017
This fall, a luxury retirement complex plans to start construction on the tallest residential building in Norfolk. The 27-story River Tower, a $100 million expansion of the decade-old Harbor’s Edge community, will hold 138 senior apartments plus 40 memory-support units. Read the full article on... Read More
12.06.2016
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Andrew Sacks walked out of Norfolk Federal Court Tuesday more confident than ever. “The truth is coming through,” Sacks said. Read full article on wavy.com Read More
12.06.2016
Multiple Norfolk businessmen testified over the past five weeks they gave Norfolk Treasurer Anthony Burfoot more than $400,000 in cash and various bribes while he served on City Council. The city's former vice mayor took the stand in his own defense to generally refute the allegations and explain... Read More
11.30.2016
NORFOLK Treasurer Anthony Burfoot complained to a senior Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority official several years ago that he didn’t like a light fixture a builder had installed on a house in the Broad Creek community, according to testimony Wednesday in the former vice mayor’s public... Read More
11.30.2016
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Norfolk City Treasurer Anthony Burfoot will testify Thursday morning in his public corruption trial. “I made the decision. I need to take the stand,” Burfoot told the judge. Read full article on wavy.com Read More
11.29.2016
NORFOLK A junior partner in Tivest Development and Construction testified Tuesday that Norfolk Treasurer Anthony Burfoot was not an official founding member of the development company that is now at the center of the former vice mayor’s public corruption and perjury case. Read full article on... Read More
11.27.2016
These were some of the stories reported in local papers the week of Nov. 27: Read full article online at Pilotonline.com Read More
11.21.2016
NORFOLK He didn’t want to give the mother of two of Norfolk Treasurer Anthony Burfoot’s children $25,000 so she could qualify to buy one of the developer’s condos. Read full article on Pilotonline.com Read More
11.17.2016
NORFOLK When federal agents raided the business office of Ronnie Boone Sr. in June, he thought they were there about his relationship with Norfolk Treasurer Anthony Burfoot. Read full article online at Pilotonline.com Read More
11.16.2016
Everyone is invited to the Salvation Army’s community feast on Sunday. The organization says the goal of the feast is to bring unity at a time when the nation needs it the most. The feast will be held at the Ray & Joan Kroc Corps. Community Center and is free, according to a news release. Read... Read More
11.16.2016
NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- Testimony continued today in day seven of the corruption trial for Norfolk treasurer Anthony Burfoot. Read full article on 13newsnow.com Read More
11.16.2016
NORFOLK With federal agents investigating his dealings with numerous developers, Treasurer Anthony Burfoot met with two employees. Read full article on Pilotonline.com Read More
11.15.2016
The public is invited to a holiday dinner in Norfolk on Sunday. The Community Thanksgiving Feast is from 4-7:30 p.m. at The Salvation Army Kroc Center, 1401 Ballentine Blvd.  The center’s culinary staff will be cooking enough turkey and trimmings to feed 600 people. It’s free — and not only... Read More
11.10.2016
A former developer testified Thursday that he complained to Norfolk Councilman Paul Riddick in 2010 about paying the city’s future treasurer hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes. The reason: Dwight Etheridge said he hoped Riddick would tell Mayor Paul Fraim, who could rein in then-Vice Mayor... Read More
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