Tuesday, June 22, 2021

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Dominion Energy Customers Will Benefit From Stronger Grid

Dominion Energy Virginia customers will continue to experience more reliable service, new tools to manage energy usage, and greater access to clean energy sources as efforts continue on the Company’s 10-year plan to transform the electric distribution grid. With Phase I of the Grid Transformation Plan (GT Plan) currently underway,...

Tradition Brewing Company Turns 5

NEWPORT NEWS-Tradition Brewing Company is celebrating a milestone anniversary in June, its fifth birthday. The brewery, located on Thimble Shoals Boulevard near City Center at Oyster Point, will host a three-day festival in honor of the anniversary June 25-27. The celebration will include five new beer releases, live music, and food...

Crumbl Cookies Chain Is Heading To The Peninsula

HAMPTON-The national cookie chain Crumbl Cookies is eyeing two locations on the Peninsula. Spencer Rowe recently relocated to the Hampton Roads area to open a Crumbl Cookies in Peninsula Town Center in Hampton. While an exact opening date has not been announced, Rowe is targeting an August opening. A second...

Cancer Survivor Awareness Fundraiser Set For June 26 At Surf’s Up Restaurant

POQUOSON—June is Cancer Survivor Month, so it’s fitting that a group called God’s Hands and Feet (GHAF) is putting on a fundraiser June 26 to raise money and awareness. The GHAF fundraising team is comprised of four women—Karen Whaley, Kimberly Abbasi, Julie Corbin, and Darlene McGriff—who are on God’s...

Neil Armstrong Parkway Signs Being Installed in Hampton

HAMPTON—The road that leads to NASA has been renamed Neil Armstrong Parkway, and the new signs are now being installed to reflect the change. The I-64 signs have already been installed and contractors recently began changing the surface street signs. Work is being coordinated with the Virginia Department of Transportation...

New Snake Removal Business Also Aims To Educate Community About Snakes

JAMES CITY-A Williamsburg-James City County School division elementary school science teacher with extensive knowledge of snakes has started a new business to help safely relocate snakes that may find their way into residents’ homes and yards. John Spence first started Virginia Snake Removal last summer in part as a way...