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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
Discarded cigarette causes Chesapeake mulch fire

Fire units in Chesapeake responded to a mulch fire at an apartment building in the city caused by a discarded cigarette.

HRBook notes: Poquoson author finds haunts at Yorktown

Jeff Santos, a second-grade teacher and founder of Virginia Paranormal Investigations, has released his first book, "Ghosts of Yorktown: A Haunted Tour Guide." Santos said he started a paranormal team here in 2008, and since they have explored different haunted locations in the area.

Editorial: Affordable housing is answer to eviction

Fredericksburg deputies Robert Wilson and Jason Dring conduct an eviction in Fredericksburg on June 1. Eviction rates in the Fredericksburg region are higher than the national average. Fredericksburg deputies Robert Wilson and Jason Dring conduct an eviction in Fredericksburg on June 1. Eviction rates in the Fredericksburg region are higher than the national average.

Chesapeake firefighters respond to early morning business fire

Firefighters are on scene of a business fire at Electric Motor and Contracting Company Inc. in the 3700 block of Cook Boulevard. Dispatchers say they received the call around 4:30 a.m., Thursday morning.

Construction to begin in August on new medical office building in Chesapeake

Construction is set to begin in August on a new medical office building at the former site of a garden center in Chesapeake. Family Medicine Healthcare, a privately owned, independent family practice operating in the Portsmouth, Western Branch, Chesapeake and North Suffolk areas of Hampton Roads since 2004, recently purchased the three-acre site on Portsmouth Boulevard in the Western Branch area for $1.7 million.

Dominion: Equipment fire causes outage in Chesapeake

According to Dominion Energy's website, the outage affected residents in an area that included Great Bridge. Around 1,900 customers were without power at one point Wednesday.

Ryan McAdams defeats Shion Fenty in the 4th District GOP primary

Republicans in Virginia's 4th Congressional District nominated Ryan McAdams, an evangelical pastor, as their nominee against Democratic Rep. Donald McEachin in November, according to unofficial results. The 4th District appears to be safely Democratic following a court-ordered redistricting in 2016.

2 Hampton Roads residents killed on motorcycle in North Carolina; 17-year-old charged

Two Virginia residents on a motorcycle died Sunday night when a vehicle pulled in front of them as they rode down U.S. 17. Charles Bryan, 59, of Portsmouth, and Melissa Brooks, 42, of Chesapeake, were killed about 9 p.m. when 17-year-old Brye Baker attempted a left turn into their path at the intersection of U.S. 17 and U.S. 158, , said Sgt. E.J. Forbes of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol.

Virginia Beach's unique approach to property tax appeals saved residents $600,000 this year

Revenue agent Jason McClenny works with car owners that want to appeal their personal property tax at the Princess Anne Athletic Complex in Virginia Beach on Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Revenue agent Jason McClenny inspects a car as he works with car owners that want to appeal their personal property tax at the Princess Anne Athletic Complex in Virginia Beach on Wednesday, June 6, 2018.

3 safely escape Chesapeake house fire on Oriole Drive

Three people were able to escape safely after their home caught fire Tuesday afternoon in the Jolliff section of Chesapeake. Crews were dispatched to the single-story home in the 4000 block of Oriole Drive around 12:20 p.m. Capt.

Time to Vote: A guide to Tuesday's congressional primaries

Virginians in Hampton Roads and elsewhere will go to the polls to shrink the field of candidates seeking election to Congress in the Nov. 6 general election. All eligible voters can cast ballots in either the Democratic or Republican primary but not both.

Medical facility to replace McDonald Garden Center in Western Branch

McDonald Garden Center closed its Western Branch location last July. Family Medicine Healthcare bought the property and will build a state-of-the-art medical facility.

Portsmouth city officials should lay off questioning school leader's salary

In late April, Psimas asked how the salaries of Portsmouth Superintendent Elie Bracy and other top school administrators stacked up against their counterparts across Hampton Roads. Pettis Patton and her staff delved into it - sort of.

Looking for a nearby spot to pick strawberries? Try Lilley Farms in Western Branch.

With Pungo being an hour away from some in Hampton Roads, Lilley Farms strawberry patch in Western Branch is a tasty and quick alternative to the Virginia Beach location to the southeast. "Our customers say our strawberries are sweeter," said Carolyn Lilley, one of the owners of the patch and other Lilley family farms.

After 45 years, a Chesapeake councilman is retiring from his day job as a teacher

Dwight Parker is retiring this month after teaching at Deep Creek High School for 45 years. Parker is a Chesapeake city councilman.

Man charged for stealing from tip jar at Suffolk doughnut shop

City of Suffolk spokeswoman Diana Klink told 23-year-old Dametri Lavante Toney, of Chesapeake, was arrested on Thursday. He was charged with petit larceny.

Grandmother defends suspect accused of abducting 2 women, leading police on high-speed chase

The day of 28-year-old Terry Bly's court arraignment, News 3 spoke to his grandmother about his most recent charges. Bly is accused of abducting two women in Chesapeake very early Thursday morning.

In Cheseapeake, a Naples-certified, second-generation pizza chef makes uncommonly good pies

Twelve inch Margherita pizza, , being cooked inside a wood fired oven at Andiamo, Pizza Napoletana, located off South Battlefield Blvd. in Chesapeake, Va., June 6, 2018. One of the owners and chef at Andiamo Pizza Napoletana, Biagio Scire Jr., hand tosses some pizza dough in the restaurant off South Battlefield Blvd. in Chesapeake, Va., June 6, 2018.

183-unit apartment building in Chesapeake sells for $30 million

Cottage Trails at Culpepper Landing, a 183-unit apartment community in Chesapeake, has sold to Steadfast Cos. based in Irvine, Calif., for $30 million.

Artlist: June 7-14

'Her View' by Hubert Jackson is on display in the 'Invited Artists' exhibit at Brush Strokes Gallery, 824 Caroline St., through the month of June. 'Her View' by Hubert Jackson is on display in the 'Invited Artists' exhibit at Brush Strokes Gallery, 824 Caroline St., through the month of June.

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