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04.07.2018
  Norfolk police shined their best dancing shoes and put on their dress uniforms for their third annual 'Cops and Curls' event on Saturday.  The event is designed to help uplift, motivate and encourage positive self-esteem in young girls throughout the community... For more... Read More
04.06.2018
  Four Hampton Roads-area housing authorities and agencies will receive more than $149,000 to help 20 homeless veterans under a joint voucher program run by the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development... For more information visit pilotonline.com Read More
04.06.2018
  As PR stunts go, Ben Carson’s parachuting into Norfolk public housing the other day was about what you’d expect from a U.S. cabinet member. No more, no less. The secretary of the U.S. Housing and Urban Development swept through local housing communities Thursday with Mayor Kenny Alexander... Read More
04.06.2018
  Some veterans here in Hampton Roads tell 10 On Your Side that they are grateful for housing aid.  Friday, Joe DeFelice, the regional Department of Housing and Urban Development administrator, visited Hampton Roads to delve out checks to local housing authorities for homeless veterans... Read More
04.06.2018
  The federal government is giving a much needed helping hand to homeless veterans. The program by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is called "VASH"-- Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing. It's a voucher system to provide rental assistance for homeless veterans and their... Read More
04.05.2018
  Creating a budget for a city the size of Norfolk involves making a lot of tough choices. On Tuesday, City Manager Doug Smith presented council members with a big one: a proposed budget that pays for basic city services without a tax increase, or an alternative that includes more money for... Read More
04.05.2018
  Dr. Ben Carson, the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, is scheduled to visit Norfolk on Thursday. Carson is expected to tour the Grandy Village Apartments and Learning Center -- and talk with Mayor Kenny Alexander about areas of the city that could... Read More
04.05.2018
  Dr. Ben Carson, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, will be in Norfolk Thursday. He is planning to tour areas of the city with Mayor Kenneth Alexander that could quality as Opportunity Zones... For more information visit wtkr.com Read More
04.05.2018
  Ben Carson, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, visited Norfolk on Thursday to speak about redevelopment...   For more information visit pilotonline.com Read More
04.05.2018
  The nation's top housing official says Norfolk is likely to win a federal "Opportunity Zone" designation... For more information visit 13newsnow.com Read More
04.05.2018
  Dr. Ben Carson, the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, was in Norfolk Thursday to tour housing developments. Carson toured areas such as the Grandy Village Apartments and Learning Center. He expected to talk with Mayor Kenny Alexander about... Read More
04.04.2018
  President Trump’s tax reform law allows for disadvantaged areas to be designated as Opportunity Zones as a way to encourage investment and economic growth Read More
03.30.2018
  Ben Carson, the secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, is expected to visit the city Tuesday, according to Mayor Kenny Alexander. Alexander hopes to share plans for the overhaul of a 200-acre swath near downtown that now includes three public housing communities... Read More
03.30.2018
  Dr. Ben Carson will be making a trip to Norfolk next week. Norfolk city officials confirmed the visit. Carson currently serves as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President Donald Trump’s administration... For more information visit wtkr.com Read More
03.23.2018
  While Wall Street is convinced retail is in peril, owners of the 19-year-old MacArthur Center are pursuing something mind-boggling: expansion. The downtown mall is eyeing the piece of land next to it – the corner of Freemason Street and Monticello Avenue where it hosts a seasonal ice... Read More
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