December 9, 2019

A Centerville District community meeting is set for Thursday, Dec. 19, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at College Park Elementary School, 1110 Bennington Road. Hosted by Virginia Beach City ​Council Member Sabrina Wooten, attendees will learn about plans for Level Green Park, the Indian River/Kempsville Road intersection and the Hampton Roads Recovery Center, among other issues and topics.

Virginia Beach’s “Last Night on the Town” New Year...

December 8, 2019

Celtic Thunder's Emmet Cahill will perform “Christmas in Ireland” on Friday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m., at the Church of the Holy Family in Virginia Beach's Great Neck community


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to see Christmas in Ireland

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November 25, 2019

Princess Anne High School: For the third year in a row, PAHS has won the local WorldQuest competition, hosted recently by the World Affairs Council of Greater Hampton Roads and featuring questions on world affairs. Swara Chokshi, Scott Durkin, Sama Kubba, Rohan Rathi, Michelle Sanford, and Nate Spiers competed against 19 other teams in four rounds of questioning, before being crowned the champions. "I initially joined WorldQue...

November 24, 2019

During the holidays, when everyone is running around, shopping, cooking, planning, it is easy to become stressed. I have found when that occurs, it helps me to pay attention to small things.

Small Things

A mist coming down the mountain,

A striking cardinal in a tree;

A low flame in a fireplace, and

Being where you want to be.

A few flakes floating slowly

On a gentle winter breeze;

A drifting song is playing

Giving you a sense of peace.


November 23, 2019

Dr. Aaron Spence, superintendent of Virginia Beach City Public Schools, this week responded to a letter addressed to him, dated November 20, from Congresswoman Elaine Luria that expressed concern about water test results that showed actionable lead levels in some drinking sites at some schools.

"No one has been or remains more concerned about the presence of lead in the drinking water within some of our schools than I am," resp...

November 20, 2019

Some Virginia Beach City Council members warned city officials recently, during one of their regularly held meetings, that the new traffic pattern at Kempsville Road and Indian River Road is dangerous and confusing.

City staff was asked to review the situation.

Here is the original video that the city sent out in August, attempting to get drivers used to the new configuration.   

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