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Grant announced to help water quality in Chesapeake Bay

RICHMOND, Va. – A grant announced by Gov. Ralph Northam will help the state’s Department of Forestry enhance the water quality on the Chesapeake Bay. 447 more words

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Local organization helps families battling illness for the holidays

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – This time around it’s not reindeer who are helping Santa and his elves get around Hampton Roads – instead different crews of police, Fire and Rescue along with the S.W.A.T. 371 more words

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Suffolk native set to lead West Point as team captain in 119th Army-Navy Game

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Cole Christiansen wasn’t sure he would ever serve in the military, but a football camp in Hampton Roads led the Suffolk native to West Point — and to being a team captain in the 119th Army-Navy Game. 554 more words

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Was there nothing that could stop the Virginia? (Part 1)

Note: This is the first part in a three-part series about Samuel Dana Greene and Cumberland (MD)’s connections to in the epic battle between the U.S.S. 1,005 more words

Local man sentenced to 30 years in prison for fentanyl-related death

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – A Hampton Roads man was sentenced Monday to 30 years in prison for distributing a quantity of fentanyl that resulted in someone’s death. 166 more words

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A mission to give back: Coastal Virginia Magazine's top nonprofits in the area

Every year Coastal Virginia Magazine names the top five charities here in Hampton Roads and News 3 This Morning is counting down the top five and giving you a closer look at how they are helping others in the area. 493 more words

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Parts of Hampton Roads are sinking faster than others, research shows

NORFOLK, Va. – It’s been a year of water in Virginia Beach, especially in Pungo.

Nick and Aristotle Cleanthes know that all too well. Their restaurant, Blue Pete’s, has repeatedly flooded this year. 379 more words

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