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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
Pro football fans in Hampton Roads won’t have to wait until September to see some action. The Virginia Destroyers were introduced last Thursday as one of the 12 members of the new National Gridiron League. READ MORE.
For the past 24 years, multiple city agencies and organizations in Hampton and Newport News on the Criminal Justice Community Board have collaborated on how to prevent crime, evaluate new or existing community programs and other duties. READ MORE.
Hampton and Newport News tackle criminal justice, mental illness with community board
The Peninsula Fine Arts Center is moving to Christopher Newport University‘s campus and construction on the new building has already begun. The nonprofit organization was founded in 1962 and is an accredited art center. READ MORE.
Across the Peninsula, many jurisdictions have a mandated curfew for minors or children younger than 18 years old. But not every locality has the same consequences. READ MORE.
A local couple was indicted Thursday for allegedly defrauding Medicaid after they lied to the health care provider about the number of caregiving hours they provided to their disabled son. READ MORE.