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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
The anticipation is relentless for customers awaiting Tuesday’s grand opening of Rosie’s Gaming Emporium here on Power Plant Parkway. READ MORE.
Albert Williams is a Newport News resident who relies on Hampton Roads Transit to get to classes daily at Thomas Nelson Community College. In a recent Newport News City Council meeting, he described how the system is inadequate at best and asked officials to intervene. READ MORE.
The mother of 2-year-old Noah Tomlin is now charged with murder. The announcement was made during a news conference Thursday by Hampton Commonwealth’s Attorney Anton Bell, who also released the boy’s autopsy result. READ MORE.
As a nurse and an African-American man, Jonathan Romero knows all too well the statistics about black people, especially black men, and their disparaging survival rates after receiving a cancer diagnosis. In an effort to close the gap, Romero has decided to bring health care to a safe and sacred place where he said men openly share information — the local barbershop. READ MORE.