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Here’s How To Discard your Christmas Tree in Hampton Roads

Here’s How To Discard your Christmas Tree in Hampton Roads

The most wonderful time of the year is coming to an end, and so is the lifespan of our real Christmas Trees.  When it comes time to take it down, you can help fight beach erosion by recycling it! Residents on the southside of Hampton Roads can drop off their trees at VBN National Golf…more »

Patriotic Festival To Move From Virginia Beach to Norfolk

Patriotic Festival To Move From Virginia Beach to Norfolk

The 2022 Patriotic Festival has a new location.  The festival, which is usually held at the Virginia Beach oceanfront, is set to move to Norfolk’s Town Point Park and Norfolk Scope Arena. The festival will feature concerts from national touring artists, as well as military and corporate displays. In a press conference on Monday, Oct.…more »

We’ve All Been Cutting Our English Muffins Wrong! {WATCH}

We’ve All Been Cutting Our English Muffins Wrong! {WATCH}

Here’s the newest thing we’ve been doing wrong our whole life:  You’re not supposed to use a knife to cut an English muffin in half . . . you should be using a FORK.  (???) TikTok user shared a video saying “Here’s something I wish I knew before I was in my 30s.” According to the…more »

Virginia Releases Mask Guidance For 2021-2022 School Year Giving Localities the Final Say

Virginia Releases Mask Guidance For 2021-2022 School Year Giving Localities the Final Say

Virginia Departments of Health and Education released updated guidance for PreK-12 schools on Wednesday. Virginia strongly recommends masks for students in elementary schools while it urges masks for unvaccinated middle and high school students and staff. Schools can decide their own policies, but the state agencies are sharing these recommendations: Elementary schools should require students,…more »

USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Returns Home to Norfolk Following Six-Month Deployment

USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Returns Home to Norfolk Following Six-Month Deployment

After six months at sea, the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower returned to Naval Station Norfolk on Sunday, July 18th.   Miliary officials say CVW-3 conducted a total of 6,100 sorties and 12,401 flight hours for the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group’s deployment. Cmdr. Michael Luebkert, commanding officer, Airborne Command and Control VAW-123 “Screwtops”, reflected on the…more »