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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
Trending Now Group provides Christmas gifts for children of inmates

CHESAPEAKE, Va. - A group of good Samaritans in Virginia is making sure the children of inmates at its local jails will have a good Christmas.

2 adults, 2 children displaced after Chesapeake house fire

Two adults and two children are displaced from their home after it caught fire Saturday evening in the Camelot section of Chesapeake. The Chesapeake Fire Department says they were notified about the fire around 5:30 p.m. and were dispatched to the 900 block of Sir Lancelot Drive.

Glad You Asked: Hampton Roads by any other name is still in southeast Virginia

That last one might not have caught on. But in 1983, it was on the table when the seven cities of southeast Virginia faced a crisis - what should the region be called? A reader recently posed the question to the Daily Press's new Glad You Asked initiative.

Chesapeake head-on collision leads to rescue after driver entrapped in vehicle

First responders had to rescue the driver of a vehicle in Chesapeake Wednesday morning after they became entrapped in the vehicle they were driving after a head-on collision with another vehicle. The crash reportedly happened in the 2800 block of Battlefield Blvd. around 5 a.m. when the driver of one on the vehicles tried to pass another southbound traveling vehicle.

Locals speak at town hall focused on reducing eviction rates in Virginia

Lawyers say Virginia has been dealing with an eviction epidemic. One local woman spoke with 8News on Tuesday about her first-hand experience.

Lawmakers pledge more support for trade schools at TCC dedication ceremony

From left, Virginia Community College System Chancellor Glenn DuBois, interim Tidewater Community College president Gregory DeCinque and Sen. Tim Kaine listen as TCC student Alicia Krampen talks about how the trade school has helped her career as a machinist. U.S. Rep. Bobby Scott, second from left, and Sen. Tim Kaine, center, speak with Tidewater Community College instructors and other community leaders at the dedication of the school's new $1.2 million Skilled Trades Academy in Portsmouth.

Despite opposition of offshore drilling, government approves licenses for exploration testing

The U.S. Department of the Interior approved five licenses for exploration testing of oil off the coast through the National Marine Fisheries Service. Jay Ford, a public policy specialist for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation , says virtually every local county and city that would be affected by the possibility of offshore oil drilling opposes it.

Chesapeake plans to spend $6.5M on fixing football stadiums in Great Bridge, Deep Creek

Great Bridge High School uses Colon L. Hall Stadium located at Great Bridge Middle, about a mile from the high school. School division leaders would like to improve the situation at Colon L. Hall, which was built in the 1960s.

Direct primary care doctors could be a solution for the underinsured

Dr. Emily O'Rourke talks with patient Matt McCombs at her direct primary care practice in Chesapeake on Friday, Nov. 9, 2018. Dr. Emily O'Rourke has opened a direct primary care practice in Chesapeake.

Chesapeake police negotiating with wanted, armed suspect; roads closed

Chesapeake Police are negotiating with an armed man who is believed to be wanted in connection with a death investigation in Currituck, N.C. Police were tracking the man through his cell phone and it pinged in the 2100 block of Military Highway South, said Det. David Weir.

Norfolk man arrested with guns at N.C. high school was assistant coach at Norview, Oscar Smith

The 29-year-old man police say walked into a North Carolina high school cafeteria Monday armed with guns and ammunition helped coach football at two Hampton Roads high schools. Steve Brantley Spence was a part-time assistant coach with the varsity team at Norview High from July until he resigned in October, Norfolk schools spokeswoman Khalilah LeGrand confirmed Tuesday.

Public Records for the week of Dec. 10

Harvey Lindsay Commercial Real Estate reports COVA Acquisitions Once LLC has purchased the Hampton Plaza Shopping Center, a 173,199-square-foot property on 12.36 acres, at 4019 West Mercury Blvd. in Hampton for $8.7 million from Earle W. Kazis Associates Inc. The buyer, an investment group of Harvey Lindsay Commercial Real Estate, was represented by Ryan King and Michael Allen. The seller was represented by Mike Zarpas of S.L. Nusbaum.

Mother relies on decades-old method to make labor more enjoyable

CHESAPEAKE, Va - A mother said she tried a decades-old method to make childbirth more fun when she had her second son. Alisha Jackson said she did not want an epidural, which have been popular since the 1970s.

Devoted parade goers claim their spots in Chesapeake, but this year some chairs went missing

Yellow caution tape marks the spot on Cedar Road where people plan to watch Chesapeake Rotary Club's annual parade. Photo taken Nov. 29, 2018.

Operator: Shelter would be well-run, sustainable

A potential new homeless shelter in Elizabeth City would be a well-run, sustainable operation, the person who would be the shelter director pledged to city councilors this week. Lisa Dixon, of the nonprofit Divine Inspiration Outreach, addressed council during its regular session Monday night.

Library workers in Chesapeake help save dog thrown into woods

The dog is now in the care of Chesapeake Animal Services, getting the care it needs thanks to the quick actions of those at the Russell Memorial Library. "I saw this car drive in through the front, she just stopped about right here, opened her trunk took a small black, dog, well I thought it was a trash bag at first, and threw it back there," said Lundblom.

Man gets 15 years for role in selling synthetic drug spice

A Virginia man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for conspiring to sell the synthetic drug known as "spice." The Virginian-Pilot reported Wednesday that spice mimics the active ingredient in marijuana.

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