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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
The city and the Newport News Redevelopment and Housing Authority were recently awarded a $30 million grant from the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development. The money will be used for the Marshall-Ridley neighborhood of the southeast community and other projects outlined in the city’s Transformational plan. READ MORE.
In Hampton Roads, localities like Williamsburg, York County, James City County, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk and Virginia Beach have beachfronts, public water access and parks where people can frequent for the holidays. However, not all of those areas allow visitors to drink on the beach. READ MORE.
Three Bowls of Color, a hair salon based in Newport News, opened its second salon location in downtown Hampton on May 7. READ MORE.
Depending on the locality, as a resident you could be paying your property tax anywhere from one or two times a year. Personal property tax is the amount a person pays for their car, truck or motorcycle. READ MORE.
The Hampton Fire Department is the latest locality to implement Pulse Point, a CPR lifesaving app which shows the location of someone having a heart attack. READ MORE.