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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
In Newport News, the city bundles solid waste and recycling fees for residents which costs anywhere from $5.84-$7.30 depending on the size of the garbage can — that’s $303.68 to $379.60 a year. READ MORE.
From community forums and Facebook Live chats to crime updates and #9PMRoutine reminders, the department promotes and posts a variety of content — daily. Another thing the department has been promoting? Tail-wagging Tuesdays. READ MORE.
On Friday, April 19, a tornado hit the Peninsula causing downed trees in parts of York County and Newport News. But according the National Weather Service office in Wakefield, the tornado was actually quite light. READ MORE.
Flavortown is coming back to Hampton Roads — again. Guy Fieri, the Food Network host of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, is opening two new restaurants in Hampton. READ MORE.
Harris Teeter, the North Carolina-based grocery store chain, is opening another location in Hampton Roads. According to Harris Teeter’s announcement, the new store is one of 10 Farm Fresh stores the retail giant purchased from SUPERVALU in May of last year. READ MORE.