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Chesapeake is an independent city that forms part of the South Hampton Roads portion of the Hampton Roads metropolitan area. It is the second largest city in terms of land area in the state of Virginia. It is currently the third largest city in Virginia in terms of population. The Intracoastal Waterway passes through Chesapeake.

Population: 225255
Local Newspapers: The Virginian Pilot
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Zip Codes associated with chesapeake, virginia: 23320 23321 23322 23324 23325
Towns/Cities near chesapeake, virginia : Portsmouth Norfolk Greenbrier Great Bridges Grassfield Deep Creek

Chesapeake News
H & M offers prizes for attending opening in Chesapeake

Hennes and Mauritz Inc. is opening up a new 22,000 square foot location in Greenbrier Mall on Thursday, Sept. 28. The store opening will bring H & M to 15 retail store across Virginia, and will offer the first 300 shoppers in line an H&M Access to Fashion Pass for attending the gran opening.

Mother, daughter ID'd as remaining victims of July fatal fire in Chesapeake

The Chesapeake Fire Department has identified the remaining two victims who died in a four-alarm fire in July at a Chesapeake senior living complex. The fire occurred in the early morning hours of July 15 at the Chesapeake Crossing Senior Community Apartments on Robert Hall Boulevard.

Bishop E.W. Jackson Calls for Nationwide Observances on September 17...

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Va. Powerball ticket wins couple thousands more than they thought

A Mississippi couple is feeling happy and probably a little relieved after they found out they probably should have been a little more careful with their Virginia lottery ticket, which was worth 500 times more than the amount they thought. Kenny Beevers, of Boyle, Mississippi, a truck driver, bought a Powerball ticket while he was on the road at Frank's Trucking Center, on West Military Highway in Chesapeake, last month, the Virginia Lottery said in a statement.

Suspect uses storage bin to steal $3K of electronics in Chesapeake

Miami Dolphins coach and play caller Adam Gase concedes it can be impossible to ignore second-guessing fans, especially t COLUMBIA, S.C. - Assault charges against suspended South Carolina guard Rykym Felder have been dismissed. Columbia Police Department sp CHESAPEAKE, Va.

Protest against pipelines planned in Virginia Beach

This is the second protest, following another one on Wednesday afternoon. The Chesapeake Climate Action Network says they want to see the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Mountain Valley Pipeline projects stopped.

Filling up on fall

'Tis the season for getting outdoors to eat and drink in the fall sunshine, from freshly fried apple cider doughnuts to rich pumpkin ales. In fact, you could find a food-focused festival on any given weekend somewhere in the region.

Damage from over-height vehicle closes Centerville Turnpike bridge

The Centerville Turnpike Bridge in Chesapeake has been closed after it was damaged by an over-height vehicle on Thursday. A picture of the damage shows one of the upper crossbeams of the bridge is bent and broken.

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Chesapeake city council votes yes to allow off-track betting

A legal form of gambling is coming to Hampton Roads. In a 7-2 yes vote, Chesapeake City Council is allowing off-track betting in the city.

Siblings arrested in connection with Chesapeake homicide

Nebraska basketball player Isaac Copeland has received a waiver from the NCAA and is immediately eligible for the 2017- Adam "Pacman" Jones watched on television and winced as the Bengals stumbled through one of their worst season openers. He's back from his N CHESAPEAKE, Va.

Chesapeake Sheriffa s Office names first African-American undersheriff

Sam Bradford set the NFL record for completion percentage for Minnesota last season, his accuracy aided by the volume of CHESAPEAKE, Va. - The Chesapeake Sheriff's Office has named the department's first-ever African-American undersheriff on Monday.

Remembering 9/11 in Hampton Roads

CHESAPEAKE Va.- 9/11/2017 marks 16 years since the attacks on nine eleven that took nearly three-thousand American lives. The community here in Chesapeake gathers together on the morning of nine-eleven to pay their respects at the Chesapeake nine-eleven memorial.

Local teacher selected for 2018 Virginia Regional Teachers of the Year

YORK Co., Va. - Tabb Middle School teacher Theresa A. Guthrie Goltermann, was named a 2018 Regional Teacher of the Year by the Virginia Department of Education.

Former PRHA employee faces embezzlement charges

The PRHA hired Ward last year even though she had a criminal past, a felony criminal record for embezzlement from 2006 in Norfolk. PRHA gave Ward a position where she would have one of the organization's 11 credit cards.

Myriad Provisions Takes on Orlando, Florida

Myriad Provisions of Virginia Beach, Virginia attended their client hosted, national conference in Orlando, Florida last month. Director of Operations for Myriad Provisions, William Johnson was announced as one of the conference's highly anticipated guest speakers in the beginning of August.

Former Self-Storage Manager in Chesapeake, VA, Busted for Disability Fraud

A former self-storage manager has been charged with fraudulently collecting nearly $129,000 in workers' compensation while employed at Brentwood Self Storage in Chesapeake, Va. Winston Lee Wise, 72, made his initial appearance on Sept.

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