Hampton Roads Archive
5:30 - No reported accidents 6:00 - Eastbound and westbound lanes on Rt. 622E in Sussex County closed with potential delays 6:30 - Westbound on I-64 at MM272 in Norfolk. All travel lanes closed 6:40 - Cleared ridge/Tunnel Stoppage: Westbound on I-64 at MM272 in Norfolk.
They’re the last visitors you’d want to see before Thanksgiving.
Cockroaches – which undoubtedly occupy the lowest caste in the insect world – are barging into more homes in Hampton Roads these days.
Today will be moderately rainy with chances for showers until 3 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. There's a high of 71 and nighttime low of 52. A calm wind of up to 9 mph rolls in for the morning. The showers are 60 percent likely. Sun returns Wednesday, with highs in the mid-60s. Thursday should stay mostly sunny, followed by a slight chance of showers.
Veterans can indulge in a variety of deals Nov. 11. Remember to bring military ID or proof of service. Also, beverages aren't always included with the free meal. Here's a sampling: MEALS Applebee's: Free meal, all day, from a special menu for vets and active-duty service members. Drink not included.
Cities, courts Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach: City offices and courts are closed Wednesday. Financial Many banks and credit unions are closed Wednesday. Contact specific institutions for details. Schools Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach: Schools are closed Wednesday. Garbage
Today will be gray and rainy, according to the National Weather Service. There's a 90 percent chance of rain through much of the day and night, resulting from a low pressure system tracking in along the coast. The service has issued a hazardous weather advisory for potential flooding this afternoon through tonight. Tuesday will see more showers, lighter than today's heavy rain.
For her four decades as an advocate for the arts in Hampton Roads, Nancy Creech has received the top award for arts support given by the Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads, according to a release.
Expect sunny skies and cooler weather today, with a high of 59 degrees. Tonight will be partly cloudy, with a low around 48 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Another low pressure system will track along the Carolina coast, bringing heavy rain and the potential for minor flooding Monday evening and into Tuesday morning.
The slide in coal exports this year from Hampton Roads, North America’s largest coal-exporting port, continues.
The Virginia High School League will finalize power ratings and first-round games Monday. In the meantime, here's a look at our projections: 6A SOUTH No. 8 KELLAM at No. 1 OSCAR SMITH No. 7 WESTERN BRANCH at No. 2 OCEAN LAKES No. 6 BAYSIDE at No. 3 COX No. 5 GRASSFIELD at No. 4 WOODSIDE _____ 5A SOUTH No. 8 MAURY at No. 1 HAMPTON No. 7 KECOUGHTAN at No. 2 SALEM
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