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Hampton is an independent city in Virginia, which means that it is not part of any county. It is the sixth most populated city in Virginia and is one of the oldest cities in the U.S., having been established in 1610. Hampton is home to Fort Monroe, Langley Air Force Base, the NASA Langley Research Center and the Virginia Air and Space Center.
Local Newspapers: Daily Press The Virginian Pilot
Local Sports Teams: Old Dominion Monarchs
Local Colleges: Hampton University Old Dominion University Norfolk State University The College of William and Mary
Zip Codes associated with hampton, virginia:
23669 23605 23661 23663 23664 23665 23666 23669
Towns/Cities near hampton, virginia : Fort Monroe Pasture Point Fox Hill Watkins Newport News
Two-alarm fire breaks out at Hampton apartment complex Two-alarm fire ...
Firefighters from Hampton and Newport News battled a two-alarm blaze at an apartment complex in Hampton on Saturday morning. The call came in around 10:10 a.m. of a structure fire at Century Plaza Apartments in the 100 block of Lassiter Drive.Discarded cigarette sparks fire in Hampton apartment
Hampton Fire and Rescue responded to a possible apartment fire in the 90 block of Tide Mill Lane Tuesday afternoon. Crews attributed the cause of the fire to a discarded cigarette that was not properly extinguished.Norfolk police identify woman killed in Tuesday morning accident
At about 6 a.m., police were called to the 6400 block of Tidewater Drive. After investigating, police said the driver of a Cadillac CTS was traveling northbound when the driver lost control oh his car before crossing over a median and colliding head-on with a Ford Escort.Public Records for week of March 19
Community Alternatives Management Group purchased the 23,397-square-foot Chesapeake Building at 410 North Center Drive in Norfolk for $1,700,000. The investment sales team of Michael Divaris, Jason Oliver, Alex Divaris and Elizabeth Paasch brokered the sale on behalf of the seller, ICC Norfolk 9, Ltd. V5 Realty purchased 1.01 acres of land at 829 Tluchak Lane in Chesapeake from Dominion Blvd. LLC for $159,500.Hampton officer shoots two 'vicious' dogs
An investigation is ongoing Saturday night after a Hampton Police Officer shot two loose pit bulls who were roaming several Hampton neighborhoods unattended. Dispatchers first received a call around 5:30 p.m. in the 100 block of Wilson Lane, for two vicious pit bulls who were roaming the area.Man dies after being shot multiple times in Hampton
Police say they received calls around 9:10 p.m. for shots fired in the area of Dunbar Road and Delaware Avenue.Expanding Peninsula businesses rely on affordable child care, survey says
Christopher Newport University associate professor of finance and economics explains the results of the Peninsula Chamber-commissioned survey of small businesses. Christopher Newport University associate professor of finance and economics explains the results of the Peninsula Chamber-commissioned survey of small businesses.Historical African-American figures come to life at Hampton History Museum
Inside Ticket on March 9: Previews of Battle of Hampton Roads weekend, a Living Black Wax Museum at Hampton History and Jae Sinnett Trio to perform with Denise Donatelli in Williamsburg this week. Inside Ticket on March 9: Previews of Battle of Hampton Roads weekend, a Living Black Wax Museum at Hampton History and Jae Sinnett Trio to perform with Denise Donatelli in Williamsburg this week.Virginia AG sues company accused of taking advantage of veterans with high interest loans
HAMPTON, Va. - Attorney General Mark Herring is suing a company he says exploited retired Virginia veterans with high cost loans disguised as something else.In The Kitchen: Burrata and Tomato Salad Along With Cinnamon Toast Crunch Bread Pudding
Hampton Restaurant Week is underway and today we got a double dose of flavor from one of our favorite chefs! Kyle Fowlkes from Cyprus Grille at Embassy Suites in Hampton came into our kitchen and made it his own as he wowed us once again with a Burrata and Tomato Salad with Maple Balsmaic Vinaigrette and for dessert, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Bread Pudding. Remember both of the items we made today are on the menu for Restaurant Week.Barbie Models Doll After NASA 'Hidden Figure' Katherine Johnson
A once-"hidden figure" from NASA's history is being celebrated by one of the most well-known toy lines in the world. NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson, whose real-life experience as an African American "human computer" was depicted in the 2016 movie "Hidden Figures," is among the first three historical figures to be honored in Barbie's "Inspiring Women" doll series.Food find | Crust perfection from Flame and Pie pizza
Savvy Fare video: Learn more about the History Bites event at Mariners' Museum, plus we feature a wine expo in Yorktown and give you the rundown on two beer releases. Savvy Fare video: Learn more about the History Bites event at Mariners' Museum, plus we feature a wine expo in Yorktown and give you the rundown on two beer releases.NASA Team Outfits Orion For Abort Test With Lean Approach
With the arrival of the Orion crew module to be used in the Ascent Abort-2 test at Johnson Space Center in Houston, the team is already at work with a lean, iterative development approach to minimize cost and ensure the flight test stays on schedule. The approach involves considering how to do things differently, finding ways to execute elements of the buildup more efficiently and pushing on the norms of doing business to see if there are areas where productivity can be enhanced.16-year-old arrested in Hampton in connection to multiple burglaries
Police say they were called around 7 a.m. to investigate multiple burglaries that happened overnight in the 2700 block of North Armistead Avenue. Police say the suspect broke out windows at Thai Papaya, Food Mart and Tops China to get into the businesses and then took an undisclosed amount of money.Planned Tech Center tenant intends to hire 150 workers
The first building in the Newport News Tech Center Research Park near Jefferson Lab is on track to complete construction this fall and its committed anchor tenant expects to employ about 200 workers there, leaders confirmed. Medical device firm ivWatch signed a letter of intent for more than 25,000 square feet of space and plans to consolidate and relocate its Hampton and James City County offices in the building, where the company would have more room to grow, said ivWatch President and CEO Gary Warren.Feeling fitter following bariatric surgery, Hampton woman joins semi-pro football league
Stacey Bolt discusses joining the Hampton Roads Lady Gators semi-professional full-contact football team after undergoing gastric bypass surgery in November. Stacey Bolt discusses joining the Hampton Roads Lady Gators semi-professional full-contact football team after undergoing gastric bypass surgery in November.Hampton High teacher plans professional wrestling fundraiser
Hampton High teacher and professional wrestling fan, George Pantas, is bringing a wrestling event with former WWE stars to the school gym on March 10. Hampton High teacher and professional wrestling fan, George Pantas, is bringing a wrestling event with former WWE stars to the school gym on March 10. In that role, Pantas, 62, scours the East Coast, bringing in athletes to compete in wrestling matches on the weekends. Come Sunday, Pantas' two interests will combine as the Hampton High gym hosts VCW for an annual fundraiser for school staff.Burch Faces Extradition
Court records show George Burch is facing a heroin possession charge in Hampton, Virginia, having admitted on the witness stand that he was on probation in Virginia for grand larceny when he came to Green Bay in 2016. Burch says a probation violation could land him in prison for five years, citing that for not reporting what he claimed happened to Nicole VanderHeyden.Got weekend plans? Here's a list of what's happening.
Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads and the Port of Virginia Maritime Incident Response Team are hosting the 12th Annual Steven Todd Dooley Search and Rescue Forum Monday-Friday in Hampton.
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