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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
Hampton Roads is home to thousands of active duty military members, their families and veterans. The area has dozens of resources for military including hospitals and nonprofits. Here’s another resource: The Hampton Roads Military Advisory Council. READ MORE.
Kari Young is a woman who dabbles in everything from homeschooling her children and styling hair to makeup artistry and photography. Her other hobby? Pinup girls. READ MORE.
The Virgil I. Grissom Library is supposed to get a makeover as part of the Denbigh-Warwick Area Plan. But when does construction start? Not any time soon. READ MORE.
Last year, the Newport News Police Department started organizing a series of community walks after homicides. “Today is a joint effort between the police department and the faith leaders of our city to begin to establish a system of care and compassion through citizen engagement and prayer,” Police Chief Steve Drew said in a news release from Nov. 8, 2018. READ MORE.
The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation’s DC2RVA Rail Project aims to help relieve congestion on the highways like I-64 and other areas in Northern Virginia. How? By adding round trip trains to Norfolk and Newport News to relieve congestion on highways like Interstate 64. But how will these additional trains affect Hampton Roads and when will the trains actually start service? READ MORE.