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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
Man dies after reported home invasion in Chesapeake, and police won't say what happened

About 3 a.m. April 9, officers were called to the 1900 block of Peartree Street in South Norfolk for a report of a burglary, according to Detective Dave Weir, police spokesman. Citing an ongoing investigation, Weir declined to identify the man or say whether he was a resident of the home.

Two injured, one dead in Chesapeake home invasion

Police are investigating a home invasion that happened in the Homecrest Mobile Home Community on April 9, according to Chesapeake Police Department Detective Weir. Officers responded to a report of a home invasion in the 1900 block of Peartree Street, Weir said.

Dumpster-diving man dumped into trash truck at Chesapeake shopping center

A man believed to be homeless was accidentally dumped into a trash truck at a Chesapeake shopping center early Wednesday morning. The Chesapeake Fire Department tells News 3 they were called to the Food Lion shopping center at 801 Volvo Parkway at 6:42 a.m. It was discovered that a 39-year-old man was inside a dumpster when the disposal company arrived to empty its contents.

Two-alarm house fire displaces two people in Suffolk

City of Suffolk officials said firefighters were called out to the 5900 block of Bennetts Creek Lane around 10:35 p.m. Heavy fire was seen on the house's roof when the first units arrived six minutes later. Two adults who lived in the house had safely escaped the flames by the time firefighters got on scene.

Wildlife sightings: Seal rescued from Oceanfront; geese nest at two shopping centers

Notice dark feathers on the head and a beak that is not fully yellow on this eagle, just turning 5 years old. Gray Longmire said that since January squirrels have been cutting off branches of an oak tree in his Lake Shores yard and piling them at the base of the tree.

VA: HRT isn't Building Light Rail on West Side of Norfolk, but Looking at Military Highway

That's the news Hampton Roads Transit plans to explain to the public and stakeholders at two meetings this week after it recently completed a yearlong study of the idea. The two proposed routes to Naval Station Norfolk -- one that went up Hampton Boulevard, the other up Granby Street -- have too many hurdles that would make both cost ineffective.

Adult, child ejected in crash on I-264 in Chesapeake

The scene of a crash on Interstate 264 West at the Interstate 64 interchange, April 16, 2018. The scene of a crash on Interstate 264 West at the Interstate 64 interchange, April 16, 2018.

Storms leave power outages, downed trees across Hampton Roads, NE North Carolina

A strong line of thunderstorms moved through the area early Monday morning, leaving power outages, downed trees and flooded roads in their wake. As of 5:45 a.m., about 2,200 Dominion Energy customers were without power, according to their outage maps .

Two-vehicle accident results in a fatality on Interstate 464 in Chesapeake

A Chevrolet Corvette was traveling northbound at a high speed when it struck a Dodge Caravan and spun out of control. Troopers say the Corvette hit a guardrail and the driver was ejected.

A look at all five South Hampton Roads school budget proposals

Teacher Lillian Nolan ends an activity during morning kindergarten at New Castle Elementary in Virginia Beach on Feb. 23, 2017. Some students attend half days, while others do full days.

"The water quality is not acceptable:" Aqua Virginia president talks...

Residents of Norfolk Highlands in Chesapeake, Va attend a meeting with city officials and Aqua Virginia at Sparrow Road Intermediate School on Monday, Jan. 23, 2017. Residents of Norfolk Highlands in Chesapeake, Va attend a meeting with city officials and Aqua Virginia at Sparrow Road Intermediate School on Monday, Jan. 23, 2017.

Did North America's first humans cross the Chesapeake to get here?

A new discovery in the Chesapeake Bay has some scientists wondering if North America was first populated by humans who came in that way, instead of across the Bering Strait from Siberia.

Chill out! Kona Ice to give out free shaved ice in Chesapeake

Tax Day is fast approaching, and Kona Ice wants to relieve local taxpayers of the stress of giving up their coins to Uncle Sam. On Tuesday, April 17, Kona Ice will host its fifth annual National "Chill Out" Day by giving out free cups of shaved ice.

Black bears are on the move in Virginia; more contact may come in suburban areas

Bear sightings are not uncommon in Chesapeake, including this black bear in Western Branch spotted in 2016 taking nuts from a squirrel feeder. Bear sightings are not uncommon in Chesapeake, including this black bear in Western Branch spotted in 2016 taking nuts from a squirrel feeder.

Destroyed Chesapeake convenience store owner: 'I should have been able to save it'

"It did hurt me," said Fred Roundtree as he pointed to the piles upon piles of charred rubble. "Everything I got is gone!" Roundtree had operated his convenience and food store inside the 1955 era building located along Great Bridge Boulevard since late 2016.

Murder charge upgraded for man accused of fatally shooting Norfolk teacher

Edward Shaw, 70, of Utah, had his second-degree murder charge amended during a combined preliminary hearing on Wednesday in Norfolk General District Court, according to Amanda Howie with the Office of the Norfolk Commonwealth's Attorney. Shaw faces another felony charge for use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

Local woman hopes to find owner of lost wedding ring from 1974

At the time, Shana Wheat-Taylor was working at the Olive Garden on Chesapeake Square Boulevard in Chesapeake. Her co-worker found a ring laying beside the sink in the women's restroom and turn it in to Wheat-Taylor.

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