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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
Jazz singer Tony DeSare, 'two parts Sinatra, one part Billy Joel,' comes to American Theatre
Jazz singer Tony DeSare will perform with his trio at the American Theatre in Phoebus on Jan. 19. Tony DeSare wanted to record a Prince song. The bosses at his label didn't think it was appropriate for a jazz album.More cities and counties in Virginia shelve Lee-Jackson Day events
You have reached the limit of 5 free articles per 30 days. To continue, log in now or sign up for a digital Richmond Times-Dispatch subscription for only $8.99 per month.Police in Hampton arrest two teens in connection with robberies
A 15 and 16-year-old were arrested by the Hampton Police Division in connection with two robberies that occurred on January 8. Officers responded to the 2000 block of Seldenadale Drive around 11 a.m. in reference to the first robbery that involved a 41-year-old man delivering food, who was held at gunpoint and robbed by the two juvenile suspects. Police say that the man gave the two teens money and the food before they stole his vehicle and fled the scene.Sweepstakes 40 mins ago 9:06 a.m.Bluegrass sweepstakes
The American Theatre is hosting the Inaugural Coastal Virginia Bluegrass & Brews Festival on January 26 - 28. See performances by The Whiskey Rebellion, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Bluegrass Band, and The Crooked Road On Tour.Talks a good sign for Medicaid expansion?
Virginia legislators are starting to talk to one another about expanding Medicaid -- instead of at one another -- and that's a positive sign the state will take steps to help provide health insurance coverage to hundreds of thousands of uninsured Virginians, a senior Democratic legislator said Thursday. "We're having conversations now.Dedication ceremony for bridge renamed for MLK in Hampton
This coming Monday on Martin Luther King Day, Hampton will rename a bridge in the city to honor of Martin Luther King Jr. The ceremony to dedicate the bridge will be on January 15 at 1 p.m., and city officials and council members will be in attendance for the event that is open to the public. The measure to rename the bridge on Mercury Boulevard that leads to Fort Monroe was approved in 2016; however, the formal markers were delayed until all legal agreements were approved by the King family.Hampton adds flexibility to Chesapeake Bay buffer zone building requirements Read Story Staff
Hampton City Council is hoping to add some flexibility to home-buyers and home-builders who are impacted by Chesapeake Bay buffer zones. The buffer zones, which are mandated by the state's Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act, require natural vegetation remain in areas up to 200 feet from certain waterways.Aquatics Center still tops Hampton strategic priorities list
City officials and City Council members hashed out the details of a $74.6 million spending outline Wednesday, and have made peace for now on several big-ticket projects the city hopes to tackle over the next six years. The projects include Bright's Creek, funding toward Buckroe Boardwalk improvements, War Memorial Stadium and what roughly $22 million for a new Aquatics Center can include.Commonwealth Green homes under construction in York
After some delays, residential condos are under construction at the 50-acre Commonwealth Green mixed-use development near Kiln Creek in York County. The first three buildings with six condos are underway with the goal of having move-ins by June, said John Olivieri, president of 4th Generation Home Builders in Virginia Beach.Senate Democrats announce legislative plans
Senate Democrats said Tuesday they are excited to work with Gov.-elect Ralph Northam and continue Gov. Terry McAuliffe's progress in this year's General Assembly session. Senate Democratic Caucus Chair Mamie Locke of Hampton said Virginia generated more than 200,000 new jobs and has enjoyed a "thriving economy" under McAuliffe.Tower Park adds co-working space in Oyster Point near City Center
New business in Oyster Point called Work Place caters to those in need of office space or just a temporary work area. New business in Oyster Point called Work Place caters to those in need of office space or just a temporary work area.Reward increased to help find missing Virginia mother and daughter
Smithfield Foods announced Monday it has contributed an additional $10,000. Keir Johnson worked at Smithfield Foods at the time of her disappearance.Man arrested in connection to Hampton stabbing
Authorities became aware to a stabbing incident in the 800 block of LaSalle Avenue around 10 p.m. When officers arrived at the scene, they found a 28-year-old Virginia Beach man suffering from a single stab wound. The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment of his non-life threatening injury and was later released.For Hampton woman, bariatric surgery means starting a new chapter
One month after undergoing gastric bypass surgery, she wasn't entirely sure what to expect. The number - whatever it was - would reflect how well she'd done post-surgery.Judge rejects request for new vote in Virginia House race
In this Sept. 21, 2017 photo, Republican Bob Thomas and Democrat Joshua Cole, candidates for the 28th District seat in the Virginia House of Delegates, are photographed together following a debate at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Va.Powerful, icy winter blast could grip Virginia for days
A massive winter storm roared up the East Coast on Thursday, threatening to dump as much as 18 inches of snow from the Carolinas to Maine, unleashing hurricane-force winds and damaging flooding. NORFOLK, Va.Fight for Virginia House continues with court hearing
In this Tuesday Dec. 19, 2017, file photo, Democrat Shelly Simonds as she reacts to the news that she won the 94th District precincts by one vote after previously trailing incumbent David Yancey by ten votes post-election, following a recount in Hampton, Va. A three judge panel on Wednesday, Jan., 3, 2018, has rejected a request to reconsider its ruling in an election recount between Republican incumbent state Del.Peninsula labor force shrinks in November
The Peninsula, along with Gloucester, Mathews and Isle of Wight, experienced a drop in its civilian labor force by 2,013 workers in November 2017 compared with November 2016, according to the latest labor report. Hampton Roads' civilian labor force shrank by 6,434 workers with the number of employed shrinking by 4,839 people and the number of jobless dropping by 1,595 in November 2017 compared with November 2016, according to the Virginia Employment Commission.Man dies after snow plow accident in Hampton
Around 12:30 p.m., Hampton Police Communications received a 911 call in about an industrial accident that had just happened in the 1900 block of East Pembroke Avenue. When officers got there they found Barry Hale, a 75-year-old Hampton man, suffering from a possible work-related injury.Judges deny Democrat's request to undo recount decision
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