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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
Hampton University is letting University of Bahamas students affected by Hurricane Dorian to continue their college education in the states. Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas as a Category 5 hurricane, destroying homes and affecting thousands of residents. READ MORE.
Hampton University offers free semester to displaced University of Bahamas students
People feeling nostalgic for arcade games might want to check out this place. Anderson’s, a local garden center, now has arcade games in both their Newport News and Virginia Beach locations. READ MORE.
The Children’s Advocacy Centers of Virginia are having their annual Crimes Against Children Conference at the Hampton Roads Convention Center later this month. The deadline to register is Sept. 17. READ MORE.
This gathering teaches professionals how to deal with child abuse cases
The city recently hosted a workshop to educate the community about the Marshall-Ridley Transformation Plan. Two residents and several city staff and partner organizations attended the free event. READ MORE.
City workshop talks revitalization efforts in the southeast community
Interested in ship repair? Women facing hardships are encouraged to apply. The Hampton Roads Workforce Council recently received a $500,000 grant to create more job opportunities for women in the ship repair industry. READ MORE.
This Hampton Roads program is for women transitioning out of homelessness, human trafficking and poverty