Friday, December 9, 2022

ICYMI: Clean energy, The Bunker, food trucks, special prosecutors, new teachers, and more

‘The answer is blowing in the wind’

Dominion Energy is partnering with a Denmark energy company to build the demonstration project, consisting of two 6-megawatt wind turbines approximately 27 miles off the coast of Virginia Beach. READ MORE.

It’s a good Bunker

The Bunker is divided into two sections: In the front is the brewpub, a 25-table restaurant and full bar that will feature “Southern Coastal” food choices with eight appetizers, four varieties of tacos, four handhelds, and six different entrees. READ MORE.

Food trucks: The saga continues

Currently, food truck owners are classified as “peddlers” and are subject to regulations originally intended for ice cream trucks, such as criminal background checks on drivers. READ MORE.

Questions about signatures

Commonwealth’s Attorney for Virginia Beach Colin D. Stolle filed the request for a special prosecutor, saying “this office is so situated with respect to potential witnesses in this matter as to render it improper for this office to make any potential charging decisions or to prosecute such potential charges.” READ MORE.

Special prosecutor to probe Rep. Taylor’s staff’s signature gathering for Shaun Brown

Help wanted

The district maintains a comprehensive presence on the web, using a wide range of marketing efforts, including social media, search engine marketing, job advertisements, and job search engines. READ MORE.

There are 590 new teachers in Virginia Beach for this school year. And there still are open positions

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Beach Breach Weekly: All are grand, except for one

Here’s last week’s list.

Anyone clapping for super gonorrhea?

In Hampton Roads in 2016, Virginia Department of Health statistics show that Norfolk had the highest number of gonorrhea cases reported with 996, which equates to 403.1 infections per 100,000 people. READ MORE.

Forgotten Baby Syndrome is real and can be deadly

Over the last 20 years across the United States there have been more than 700 instances of children dying – most of them 3 years of age or younger – after being forgotten in a car, usually in hot weather. READ MORE.

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