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About: portsmouth, virginia

As its name suggests, Portsmouth is a port city located on the eastern seaboard of Virginia. Founded in 1752, the city is home to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard -- often called the Norfolk Navy yard. This historic, and still active U.S. Navy facility, is a shipyard that repairs Navy ships of all types. Portsmouth is also home to another bit of Virginia history as it houses the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.

Population: 100577
Local Newspapers: Virginian-Pilot
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Zip Codes associated with portsmouth, virginia: 23701 23702 23703 23704 23707
Towns/Cities near portsmouth, virginia : Norfolk Diggs Town Chesapeake Bower's Hill Ghent Square Belleville Highland Park Woodbine

Portsmouth News
News 30 mins ago 7:06 p.m.Petition calls for Confederate monument to be replaced with statue ofa

The debate over whether or not to take down Confederate monuments has been a hot topic across the country, and Hampton Roads is no exception. One person from Portsmouth hopes to not merely take down a Confederate monument in Olde Towne, but to replace it with a state of rapper and Portsmouth native, Missy Elliott.

Portsmouth conducting mosquito spraying tonight

The fight for the New York Giants' backup quarterback job is taking on a new dimension. Heading into the presea MINNEAPOLIS - Ryan Quigley favored basketball growing up in South Carolina and rarely watched NFL games.

Protest planned for tonight at Portsmouth Confederate statue

People are expected to protest the Confederate statue in Portsmouth, and argue for the memorial's removal. A Facebook event called "Remove the Stain Rally" plans for a protest at the monument at 6:30 p.m. Organizers say the monument that has sat in the center of the city since the 1800's leaves a dark cloud that holds the city hostage from progress.

Suspect in custody following police pursuit in Portsmouth

Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle at Mimosa Road and Vick Street. Dispatchers say the chase began around 7:27 p.m. Dispatchers tell that the suspects ran from the vehicle.

Richmond's Legend Brewing Co. has opened its second location; looking ...

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McAuliffe making economic announcement in Va. Beach

The Virginia Beach announcement is scheduled for 2 p.m. at the LifeNet Health Headquarters on Concert Drive. The nature of McAuliffe's announcement is unclear.

City stops using animals to mow field after most vanish

In this Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, photo, two female goats, called Thelma and Louise by landfill supervisor Chris Bower, graze on the east end of the Craney Island landfill in Portsmouth, Va. The city ended a program to trim grass at a landfill using 10 goats and 10 sheep after many of the animals likely died.

CBN: Pat Robertson injured after falling while horseback riding

If the Los Angeles Rams needed someone to vouch for wide receiver Sammy Watkins before acquiring him in a trade from t CINCINNATI - Ryan Fitzpatrick made a good initial impression with Tampa Bay. The rest was so-so.

Coast Guard responds to boat fire off Chincoteague coast

Watchstanders with the Sector Hampton Roads Command Center in Portsmouth received a call from two men aboard the 32-foot boat Rod Buster who said there was a fire onboard the vessel. A rescue boat from Station Chincoteague was dispatched to assist in the matter.

Pursuit leads police from Chesapeake to Portsmouth

If the Los Angeles Rams needed someone to vouch for wide receiver Sammy Watkins before acquiring him in a trade from t The chase began at the intersection of S. Military Highway and Woodlake Drive in Chesapeake around 11:41 p.m. Dispatchers say the pursuit went onto Interstate 64 into Portsmouth and ultimately ended in the 4400 block of George Washington Highway.

Data: License plate thefts up 200 percent in Portsmouth

As Latrell Scott enters his third season as Norfolk State's head football coach, he finally has depth at the quarterback position. EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Rookie quarterback Josh Dobbs threw a 28-yard touchdown pass and Chris Boswell kicked a 37-yard field goal in t Since Aug. 1, there's been 23 reported license plate thefts.

Tidewater Community College earns accreditation for another decade

TCC received the letter on July 5 after undergoing a three-year affirmation effort. This process involved SACSCOC representatives reviewing procedures; interviewing faculty, staff and students; and visiting each of the college's campuses in Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach.

Wife of Portsmouth man killed in 2015 police shooting files lawsuit

Chevrolet has introduced a new car for next year's NASCAR Cup Series - a Camaro ZL1. The Chevy Camaro has only two Cup Series PORTSMOUTH, Va.

First Warning Traffic - Thursday bridge openings and road closures

A full closure of Robin Hood Road between Military Highway and Almeda Avenue is scheduled to start at 9 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 6, and last approximately one month. Detours for motorists traveling east and west on Robin Hood Road will direct traffic to use Military Highway, East Princess Anne Road and Almeda Avenue.

Portsmouth Police led on pursuit after traffic stop, suspect involved in multiple crashes

Just before 9 p.m., an officer stopped a vehicle for what they believed to be a possible DUI near Deep Creek Boulevard and Evergreen Place. The suspect then sped off, starting the pursuit before hitting a vehicle occupied by people on Lincoln Street and Elm Street.

Police arrest man accused of robbing people at Hampton church

Police have arrested Mikal Malik Brown in connection to several robberies that happened between the dates of May 4 and July 26. On May 4 around 12:15 p.m., the suspect came up to the victims, an 81-year-old Hampton man and 74-year-old Hampton man, at the Hampton Roads Baptist Church property in the 300 block of Hampton Roads Avenue. The suspect implied he had a gun and demanded money from the victims.

Two rabid raccoons found in Portsmouth

On August 6, animal controlled was called to a home in the Churchland area of the city. Callers told animal control officers that a dog got into a fight with a raccoon and killed the raccoon.

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