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Flooding worries continue
During Hurricane Matthew, neighborhoods and streams
around Lake Bradford and Chubb Lake experienced
significant high water, which may be affected by a
a nearby weir gate. City holding open house about it.
Virginia's power shift
For the first time in a generation, both houses of
the Virginia General Assembly are controlled by
democrats, led by Governor Ralph Northam, who
just spelled out his party's legislative priorities.
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VB MASS SHOOTING FLASH: City Council gets final report from private investigators on Wednesday
GOVERNMENT: Governor looking for action on women’s rights, gun control, clean energy, climate change
VA HISTORY: First female house speaker named; first female, African American majority leader also named
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ROADS: Capital Beltway Accord rebuilds American Legion Bridge, connect interstate highways
ART: Call for entries for art to be displayed at the VB Central Library Art Gallery; Dec. 8 deadline
PEOPLE: Governor Northam names his latest administrative appointments; two are from VB
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Call for entries
Virginia Beach Public Library is accepting applications from individual artists and groups
for its 2020-2021 exhibit season. Art will be displayed for one month at the Oberndorf
Central Library, 4100 Virginia Beach Blvd. Painting, photography, collage, textile,
stained glass, and bas relief accepted for judging. Portfolios due by December 8.