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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
Monroe Gates, the proposed newest apartment complex in Phoebus, was supposed to start construction earlier this year. So what’s the hold up? READ MORE.
From granite to bronze, these large sculptures are found throughout the city from the entrance to the Newport News – Williamsburg International Airport to the turn circle of Christopher Newport University. But what are these sculptures for and how did they get there? READ MORE.
This foundation is putting sculptures across the city. Here’s why
The memorial site in honor of Noah Tomlin, the missing toddler from Buckroe Beach who was found dead at the city’s steam plant, caught fire early Monday, the Hampton Fire Department said. READ MORE.
Noah Tomlin’s memorial tree caught fire. Here’s what fire officials said about it
Firehouse Coffee 1881, a breakfast spot which opened at Fort Monroe in 2017, has new owners. READ MORE.
This old firehouse turned-breakfast coffee shop is undergoing some changes
The Newport News Shipbuilding, a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries, received a serious violation from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration office in Norfolk after a shipyard employee fell and died from his injuries three weeks later in the hospital. READ MORE.
Remember the shipyard worker who was hurt on the job and died weeks later? Here’s what OSHA found