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.
Excited for the Hampton Roads Air Show this year? Well, it’s cancelled. Joint Base Langley-Eustis rescheduled the air show in May to the summer of 2022. READ MORE.
Langley pushes Hampton Roads Air Show another two years. Here’s why
One of Hampton History Museum’s most acclaimed exhibitions is back for its third year with its youth actors from Hampton’s chapter of Jack and Jill of America. Children of ages ranging from preschool to high school are portraying 30 more groundbreaking African American figures in history this year in “The Living Black Wax Museum.” READ MORE.
Anticipated exhibition, ‘The Living Black Wax Museum,’ is back at the Hampton History Museum
More than 50 first-term airmen arrive at Joint Base Langley-Eustis every month (about 600 per year), and for a lot of them, this is the farthest they’ve ever been away from their homes and support systems. READ MORE.
This program is looking for families who can make new JBLE airmen feel like they have a ‘home away from home’
The Newport News Shipbuilding division of Huntington Ingalls Industries received two serious citations and one willful citation after a shipyard worker fell 20 feet while working on the USS George Washington aircraft carrier. READ MORE.
Newport News Shipbuilding could potentially pay $161K in penalties to OSHA (Free read)
Although with the Boy Scouts of America recently said they’re filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the organization made it known in a recent news release that the move to create a “Victims Compensation Trust” will not affect troops in local communities. READ MORE.
The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy but these local troops are unscathed