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Virginia Beach is the most populated city in the state of Virginia and the 42nd largest city in the U.S. This resort city boasts miles of beautiful beaches as well as hundreds of hotels, motels and restaurants. The city is the annual home of the East Coast Surfing Championships as well as the North American Sand Soccer Championship. Virginia Beach is also home to several state parks and three military bases.

Population: 433575
Local Newspapers: Virginian-Pilot Port Folio Weekly New Journal and Guide
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Local Colleges: Regent University Atlantic University

Zip Codes associated with virginia beach, virginia: 23451 23455 23462 23464 23451 23452 23454 23455 23456 23457 23462 23464
Towns/Cities near virginia beach, virginia : Landstown Kings Grant Lynnwood Chesapeake Norfolk Portsmouth

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Audience: Clash of the Heroes

The Army-Navy football game will be played in Philadelphia four times from 2018-2022, returning to its most frequent host city. The academie PORTSMOUTH, Va.

Reck on the Road: Wanda Tyner

The Army-Navy football game will be played in Philadelphia four times from 2018-2022, returning to its most frequent host city. The academie PORTSMOUTH, Va.

Va. Beach man sues Home Depot for $1 million

A Virginia Beach man is suing Home Depot, claiming a piece of steel pipe in a store hit and injured him two years ago. Martinez claims he was returning a plant to a Home Depot location - on Lynnhaven Parkway near Princess Anne Road - in June of 2015 when he was hit by a steel pipe that had fallen.

Liberty Tax, Inc. (TAX) Stock Rating Upgraded by Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Liberty Tax, Inc. provides tax preparation services. Its principal operations are conducted through its subsidiary, JTH Tax, Inc. The company engages through its subsidiaries as a franchisor and operator of a system of income tax preparation.

Virginia Beach Police Officer involved in early morning crash

Shortly after 3:30 a.m. , a Virginia Beach Police Officer was traveling southbound in the 2100 block of General Booth Boulevard when a vehicle pulled into the path of the officer and officer hit the vehicle, according to a Virginia Beach Police Department spokesperson. As a precaution, the officer was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

Record Adoption Numbers Set During 10 On Your Sidea s Clear the Shelters Initiative

Hampton Roads' animal lovers helped set record adoption numbers on August 19, national Clear the Shelters day. Nearly 300 animals across Hampton Roads and Northeastern North Carolina found forever homes.

Monday's eclipse was worth stopping for in Virginia, too

Mahrukh Hussain of Maryland took in the solar eclipse from a rest area along Interstate 64 east of Richmond.

Monday's eclipse was worth stopping for in Virginia, too

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Woman's stolen car part of multi-city pursuit and thieves leave cell phone behind

But it wasn't a prank. Her car was stolen. Her husband kept a spare key to her car in his, which was broken into.

Lord Willin': Reminiscing of the impactful debut of Clipse

August 20th, 2002: two street poets from Virginia Beach released their debut album, telling the tale of the journey of young hustlers from poverty and crime-infested neighborhoods. With the assistance from two highly respected hip-hop producers, who happened to be childhood friends of theirs, the two southern rappers created lyrical theatrical visuals of the good, bad and ugly sides of the route of a gangster.

Top 10 | Back-to-school fun, concerts and new space exhibit

Good Shot Judy performs 6-10:30 p.m. Saturday at the Inn at Warner Hall during the Summer Fun Dance Party. Prost food truck will be onsite and the dress code is summer cocktail attire.

Port announces grant recipients

The Port of Virginia announced this week the seven recipients of a grant program designed to grow investment and expansion from port users. In fiscal year 2017, which ended June 30, the Port of Virginia Economic and Infrastructure Development Grant Program awarded $2.17 million to seven companies establishing jobs.

Sally's Place in Worcester offers a refuge and a helping hand

WORCESTER – A homeless man had been coming to Sally's Place, a Salvation Army drop-in center for the poor, for three years as he fought drug and alcohol addictions. But Brian Moquin left the center - and the only city he's ever known - behind for good Thursday when he departed for Virginia Beach, Virginia, with a one-way bus ticket.

This petition wants to replace a Confederate monument with hometown hero Missy Elliott

Missy Elliott performs onstage during day 1 of FYF Fest 2017 on July 21, 2017 at Exposition Park in Los Angeles. A petition to replace a Virginia city's Confederate monument with a statue of rapper and performer Missy Elliott has garnered nearly 15,000 signatures in four days.

Neptune's Coastal Craft Beer Festival coming to Virginia Beach

A craft beer festival will take place at Neptune's Park on Saturday, August 26 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets are required for entry into the event. Advanced tickets are available until August 25 and cost $30.

One week after that terrifying torchlight march, U-Va.'s new Hoos make a home

Rachel Olson, a first-year student from Virginia Beach at the University of Virginia, puts away shoes as she arrives in her dorm. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.

Thousands flock to Virginia Beach Tattoo Festival

Once thought to be the purview of sailors and bikers, nearly 40 percent of adults under 40 have at least one tattoo, according to the Pew Research Center. Festival organizer John Cann expected between 11,000 and 12,000 attendees and said many came out as much for the aesthetic that goes with getting inked as they did for the tattoos themselves.

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