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Newport News

Applications Being Accepted For Newport News Citizen Police Academy

NEWPORT NEWS—The Newport News Police Department (NNPD) is currently accepting applications for the Citizen Police Academy (CPA) until Thursday, August 19. The CPA is a free interactive course designed to familiarize citizens with the daily operation of the NNPD. Sessions...

Newport News To Host Shipbuilders’ Day Job Fair

NEWPORT NEWS—In 2019, the Virginia General Assembly designated August 13 as Shipbuilders’ Day in celebration of the commonwealth’s maritime heritage and history as a national leader in the shipbuilding industry. To honor the contributions of maritime employees and support their...

Dino Pajama Jam 2021 Planned At VLM

NEWPORT NEWS—The Virginia Living Museum has just the ticket for families looking for a fun night out. On Saturday, July 24 from 6–8pm family members can enjoy a live DJ on the dance floor, light snacks, and arts and...

Tradition Brewing Company Creates New Beer In Honor Of Visually-Impaired Head Brewer

NEWPORT NEWS-Tradition Brewing Company will release a new beer this month in support of head brewer, Brian Martin, who was recently incapacitated while recovering from emergency eye surgery. The new beer, called Beer With a Vision, will be released on...

Two Local Women Appointed to Governor’s Administration

Governor Ralph Northam recently announced board appointments to his administration. Two women with local ties were among those who were appointed. Natalie Franklin Harris of Newport News was one of six individuals recently named to the state Board of Counseling....

Historic Lee Hall Depot Is Finally Open Again

NEWPORT NEWS—It has been more than 40 years since the Lee Hall Depot has greeted railway passengers, but the historic train station is finally operational again and now accepting visitors as a museum. Passenger service ended in the late 1970s...

Public Invited To Weigh In On Sidewalk Widening Projects

NEWPORT NEWS—The City of Newport News Department of Engineering is in the process of bringing existing sidewalks up to required federal standards. This will increase pedestrian, multi-use, and disabled accessibility, improve and provide access throughout the city, and create...

Peninsula Catholic High School Seeks Math Teacher

NEWPORT NEWS—Peninsula Catholic High School is searching for an innovative, collaborative, and experienced math teacher (algebra I and above) who has an enthusiasm for youth, skills for effective integration of technology in the classroom, and a desire to be...