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About: chesapeake, virginia

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
Newton Media Selected as Agency for Wholetones

CHESAPEAKE, VA, USA, May 25, 2017 / / -- Newton Media has been selected as the agency of record for Wholetones: The Healing Frequency Music Project. Newton Media will develop a strategic media test campaign for placement of a 30 minute Direct Response Television program to air nationally, starting early in the third quarter.

Friends of Chesapeake teen

The friends of two graduating seniors who were in a fatal crash want them to have seats at their graduation ceremony. Kaitlyn Duffy, an 18-year-old from Chesapeake, and Sabrina Mundorff were just weeks away from graduation when police say they were hit by a drunk driver Friday afternoon.

First Warning Traffic - Bridge openings and road work for Wednesday

Virginia Beach Public Works has announced an emergency lane closure of a portion of the northbound lane of London Bridge Road between International Parkway and Potters Road to allow for excavation work. The work is part of the cleanup effort from the fuel spill at Naval Air Station on May 11th.

Police search for suspect using counterfeit credit card in Chesapeake

The New York Jets' starting quarterback job is up for grabs. That means a three-man competition this spring - and CHESAPEAKE, Va.

Newport News hopes to attract more boats with harbor improvements

By the end of June, the city will finish refurbishing a deteriorated wooden mooring system at the Seafood Industrial Park's Small Boat Harbor, which has needed repairs for years and has collected complaints from commercial fisherman. The new pilings - the pillars boats are tied to - are concrete and vary in size, allowing for heavier boats and barges and more protection during high tide, said Doreen Kopacz, the city's harbormaster.

Residents Oppose Proposed Self-Storage Facility in Chesapeake, VA

Mini Price Storage, a Virginia-based self-storage operator, intends to build a multi-story facility on a property in the Western Branch community of Chesapeake, Va., but residents appear to oppose the project. The development would require a zoning change from the McDonald Garden Center nursery, which is closing in July, according to the source.

Va. House candidate accused of racist posts says there's more to the story

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Va. House candidate accused of racist posts says there's more to the story

Tom Brock, a Democratic candidate for House of Delegates in District 21, is resisting calls by the Democratic Party that he drop out of the June 13 primary because of past social media posts.

Virginia Beach SPCA's Wildlife Rehabilitator Permit suspended

The Virginia Beach SPCA's Wildlife Rehabilitator Permit has been suspended after the failing to properly comply with the permit's conditions, according to the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. According to the VDGIF, the SPCA staff involved in receiving a bald eagle that had to be euthanized after being shot in Chesapeake were working while their permits were suspended.

Luck Stone buys Chesapeake property for $2.4 million for a distribution site

Hampton Roads announced the sale of adjoining properties in Chesapeake to Luck Stone Corp. and Allan Myers Corp. The seller, Higgerson-Buchanan, recently closed its business at 5300 Bainbridge Blvd. after 60 years of operation. Luck Stone, the largest family-owned and operated producer of crushed stone, sand and gravel in the country, acquired 32.86 acres of industrial land with access to the N&P Beltline Railroad for $2.45 million.

First Warning Traffic - Monday closures at the 64/264...

Motorists on Interstate 64 should expect delays and repeated stoppages between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m. the nights of Monday, May 22, and Tuesday, May 23. Traffic in both directions on I-64 will be slowed and potentially stopped multiple times at the Curlew Drive overpass - near the I-264 interchange - to allow Dominion Virginia Power to transfer high-voltage transmission lines to new, taller towers on either side of I-64. The utility work is in support of Phase I of the I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements Project .

Community gathers to remember Chesapeake teenager killed in accident

Harrison Burton raced to his first ARCA Racing Series victory Sunday in only his second career start, rallying to catch Virginia Beach's Bunny Hutch serves as a rescue and educational facility for small mammals and reptiles and is home to what is believed to b CHESAPEAKE, Va. - A day before the start of the school week, students from across Chesapeake Public Schools came out to remember one of their own.

18-year-old victim identified in Virginia Beach deadly crash

Kaitlyn Elizabeth Duffy, 18, was the victim who died in a two-vehicle crash on Indian River Road Friday afternoon. Duffy's mother said that she was expected to graduate from Great Bridge High school in Chesapeake in June and was planning to attend Virginia Tech to pursue her dreams of becoming a doctor.

Hwy 55 Burger, Shakes & Fries to open Chesapeake location

"We are very excited to bring good times and great food to the fine folks in Chesapeake," said Alex Tzekovsky, franchise owner for the Chesapeake restaurant. "Hwy 55 already has a stellar reputation for having the best burgers you'll find anywhere and we can't wait to open our doors for our new neighbors and old friends."

Lightning strike causes apartment fire in Chesapeake

Units were dispatched around 6:45 p.m. to the Great Bridge Apartments and arrived seven minutes later to find fire coming from an exterior electrical panel. Fire crews quickly evacuated the entire apartment building and brought the fire under control by 7:12 p.m., fire officials said.

Fidget spinner: Tool or toy? Read Story Kristina Zverjako

It's a fad that's spinning out of control. So called 'fidget spinners' come in all shapes and sizes and are the new 'it' gadget kids just have to get their hands on.

Police, family continue search for missing Chesapeake father

Chesapeake Police say Robert Copeland Jr. was last seen on May 10th and a missing person's report was filed on May 15th. Copeland's family members tell News 3 he was last seen walking in front of Chesapeake Regional Medical Center on Battlefield Boulevard.

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