With dozens of headlines every week, it’s easy to miss some here and there. Get in on the conversation. Here are this week’s most-read stories.
Each year, dozens of people are killed by cars while crossing the street. In 2018, there was a 3 percent increase on the number of pedestrians hit by vehicles, according the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. But what about 2019? READ MORE.
No. 1 sheriff
As the newly elected sheriff for Hampton in November 1992, B.J. Roberts said he’d walked into the downtown jail certified for 135 but spilling over with about 500 inmates. READ MORE.
Hampton Sheriff B.J. Roberts is the longest-serving sheriff in the state. Here’s a look back on his tenure
A building in the southeast community of Newport News is getting a facelift and a new purpose. READ MORE.
Hampton City Council on Wednesday withdrew a resolution that would have declared the city a 2nd Amendment Constitutional city. READ MORE.
Author Christian S. Graves is setting out on a bi-coastal tour to promote his third book, Being Brothers, with his first stop in Hampton. By the way, he’s only 10 years old. READ MORE.
This Hampton boy, 10, is already a best-selling author (Free read)