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Guitarist Gibb Droll ready to take center stage again at Bruce Hornsby's Funhouse Fest
Guitarist Gibb Droll, once the hottest blues player in Hampton Roads, has spent the past several years as a member of Bruce Hornsby's band, the Noisemakers. Now, at Hornsby's Funhouse Fest, Droll is planning to do his first show in more than a decade under his own name.More for Morgan
Morgan Saville, who was born with the genetic disorder, spinal muscular atrophy, died at the age of 3 in 2005. Her brother, who has the same disease, is receiving newly available injections to treat the disease.Possibility of local Lidl store remains unclear
Whether or not a European grocer that marketed its entry in the U.S. as "rethink grocery," will come to Henderson remains unclear. Multiple Raleigh news outlets reported Tuesday and Wednesday that city of Cary officials received an email in April from an architect to withdraw plans related to a Lidl project there.Police: Virginia man hits teen player at youth soccer match
A Virginia Beach man attending a youth soccer tournament is facing an assault charge after he allegedly knocked a 14-year-old player to the ground and punched him in the face. News outlets report that 38-year-old Jordan Lee Grinnell has been charged with misdemeanor assault and has been released on bond.Young professionals group ventures across the Bay to learn about the CBBT
About 20 Hampton Roads young professionals journeyed to the middle of the Chesapeake Bay on June 12 for a behind the scenes look at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. "Hampton Roads has a unique set of transportation challenges that have inspired creativity and innovation to keep us connected," said tHRive chairwoman Alisa Crider.The Great Inflatable Race coming to Virginia Beach on June 23
The Great Inflatable Race will make a stop at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex and Regional Training Center on Saturday, June 23 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. What exactly is the Great Inflatable Race? Established in 2012, tt's a fun run with inflatable obstacles spread throughout the running course.Virginia Beach-based USS Gunston Hall to deploy to Caribbean, South America
The USS Gunston Hall is preparing to pick up Marines in North Carolina before deploying to Central and South America for several months to work with allies in the region. The Navy said the dock landing ship is scheduled to leave Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story on Monday.Plans still on track to double size of Virginia Beach neighborhood despite flooding
When Ashville Park was approved more than a decade ago, no one considered flooding or sea-level rise. That changed when Hurricane Matthew left people stranded for days in the ritzy southern neighborhood.Hurricane Matthew showed Virginia Beach what happens when it takes decades for drainage upgrades
Jill Brangan looks out of her second-story window during Hurricane Matthew. Her Windsor Woods home flooded during the storm and she and her husband lived upstairs while they rebuilt their bottom floor.VB police working serious accident involving motorcycle on Independence Blvd.
A portion of southbound Independence Blvd. has been closed as Virginia Beach police respond to a serious accident involving a motorcycle.Mother-son team drives four hours for weekly Parkinson's disease classes in Virginia Beach
Dorothy Onley-Upton drives her son Andrew Onley from Dinwiddie County on most Fridays to an exercise class in Virginia Beach at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church for individuals with Parkinson's disease, led by Gloria Siegel and assistant Janessa Robbins. Pictured, from left: Robbins, Siegel, Upton, Onley.Virginia Beach lighthouse to close for restoration project
This April 17, 2006 file photo shows lighthouses at Cape Henry Memorial Park in Virginia Beach, Va. The Old Cape Henry Lighthouse, left, was built by the government in 1792.Military veterans prepare to bring laughs to Williamsburg, VA brewery
The company said Thursday it rolled out service to Virginia Beach. Amazon Prime members can place an order in the morning and receive all same-day orders of more than $35 before the end of the night.Hampton Council votes to sell downtown properties for redevelopment
The Hampton City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to sell several properties in the city's downtown to two developers who plan to shape downtown into a pedestrian-friendly environment that will draw millennials and visitors. The vote came after a protracted meeting with other ceremonial presentations, a brief public hearing and presentation by two developers, Richmond-based WVS Companies and Saunders + Crouse Architects, based in Virginia Beach.Virginia League of Conservation Voters pushes back against Clarke appointment to SCC
A state conservation organization opposes the nomination of Richmond lawyer David W. Clarke to serve on the State Corporation Commission because of his work for regulated oil, gas and insurance companies. The Virginia League of Conservation Voters issued a statement Wednesday that claimed the results of a poll it conducted last month show the public doesn't want someone on the SCC who has represented industries that it regulates.City audit found 5 developers benefited from Virginia Beach's land-buying strategy near Oceana
A city audit found Virginia Beach was inadvertently cutting individuals out of the process of buying land around Naval Air Station Oceana that could be redeveloped. In the paperwork soliciting bids, the city included the style of home the applicant could build on the land.
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