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.
Joint Base Langley-Eustis is putting their services on display for those who’ve served “30 days or 30 years” in a “Veterans Homecoming” event on Feb. 8. READ MORE.
The Newport News School Board has made an appointment to fill the vacant school board seat on Friday. READ MORE.
Ateba Gaines is raising awareness about a bill that would expunge the records of human trafficking victims in Virginia. READ MORE.
Hampton Fire and Rescue’s Fire Station 7 located in the Fox Hill neighborhood has been evacuated and closed after city officials said they confirmed asbestos in the building Thursday. READ MORE.
Dr. Ebonie Vincent, Hampton University alumna, has made her television debut, starring in “My Feet Are Killing Me” on TLC, a reality series that follows the foot and ankle surgeon and her counterpart, Dr. Brad Schaeffer, in their practice to treat complicated and sometimes life-threatening podiatry cases. READ MORE.
Hampton’s Public Works Department saved taxpayers more than $100,000 by replenishing Buckroe Beach with dredged sand from Indian Creek…but not all were impressed. READ MORE.