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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
The Newport News Shipbuilding division of Huntington Ingalls Industries offered voluntary severance to more than 2,500 employees last month. But questions still remain. READ MORE.
The Virginia Department of Transportation started the I-64 widening project in 2015. So why is it taking so long? READ MORE.
Tired of traffic delays on I-64? Here’s an update on VDOT’s widening project
Do people even go to the library anymore? Maybe not. According to Bree Harris, marketing director for Newport News Public Library, 829,936 people visited the library branches last year. READ MORE.
The Richmond-based company plans to renovate an existing building in this city into an indoor, off-track betting facility. With City Council’s approval, of course. READ MORE.
Like betting on horses? This city just approved an off-track betting facility
This museum’s two bald eagles have been nameless for almost 15 years. Help this museum name the dynamic duo before Jan. 17. READ MORE.
Lewis & Clark, Justice & Freedom or Sam & Joe? Help name this museum’s dynamic duo