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The former Lunch Bell spot is now a modern eatery catered to vegetarians. Vedeat opened July 4 in City Center at Oyster Point and has been busy ever since. READ MORE.
The Virginia Living Museum in Newport News is upping its technology game with a new app. The app was launched July 23 and features interactive maps, animal descriptions, a daily calendar and more. READ MORE.
Driving on the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel at night, you might see a small, reflecting light on the side of the road. Known as highway markers, they are used to help drivers see the road lines during the night and rainy weather. READ MORE.
With people and companies using technology more than ever, there is a need for privacy and Virginia universities are filling that need with growing cybersecurity programs. READ MORE.
The Virginia Living Museum in Newport News has a new member: An 11-year-old female American red wolf. The wolf was acquired from the Brevard Zoo in Florida several months ago, said Judy Triska, spokeswoman for the museum. READ MORE.