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Located on the Chesapeake Bay, it has a long history as a strategic military and transportation point. Norfolk Naval Base is the world's largest such base, and the world's largest military alliance, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, has its defense headquarters here. Bordered by multiple bodies of water, Norfolk is linked to its neighbors by an extensive network of interstate highways, bridges, tunnels, and bridge-tunnel complexes.
Local Newspapers: The Virginian-Pilot
Local Sports Teams: Norfolk Tides (Triple A Baseball) Norfolk Admirals (AHL)
Local Colleges: Old Dominion
Zip Codes associated with norfolk, virginia:
22304 23502 23503 23504 23505 23507 23508 23509 23510 23513 23517 23518 23523
Towns/Cities near norfolk, virginia : Portsmouth Foxhall Highland Park Ghent Square Janaf Sandy Heights Parta Easton Forrest Ocean View
Richmond City Council panel sends cigarette tax to full body without endorsement
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After a suspicious man was spotted near Crossroads Elementary School, Norfolk Public Schools sent a message to students and parents of eight schools in the district. According to an email from the district, the message was sent to families that attend schools in close proximity to Crossroads.Footage shot by residents in a Bayview neighborhood repeatedly show...
Several cars aren't stopping at the four-way Stop signs in a Bayview neighborhood, and people living there say they are fed up. "I don't think you would want people doing this in front of your house.Navy preparing for Carrier Onboard Delivery transition
Later this year, the Navy will begin a 10-year process of replacing the C-2A Greyhound with the CMV-22B Osprey as its carrier onboard delivery platform, according to a draft environmental assessment released Jan. 3 by U.S. Fleet Forces Command. The Navy's plan calls for replacing the remaining 34 C-2A Greyhounds with 44 CMV-22B Ospreys beginning in 2020.Firefighters respond to small fire at Norfolk house
Chief Harry Worley of Norfolk Fire-Rescue said in a tweet that firefighters were called to Lenox Avenue -- next to Ocean View Golf Course -- for a house fire around 6:45 a.m. Two people -- a male and a female -- were in the house, according to a second tweet from Worley. The male was found inside by firefighters, while the female had escaped the house.Norfolk woman sentenced to prison for stealing local prisoners' identities
A Norfolk woman was sentenced Wednesday to 129 months in prison for operating multiple fraud schemes that included stealing the identities of local prisoners. Court documents say 50-year-old Teresa Gallop untertook two new "sophisticated" frauds less than a month after she was released from federal prison for a prior fraud scheme.VA: Norfolk Dump Truck Crashes into HRT Bus, Injuring 11
April 18--NORFOLK -- Eleven people are injured after a city dump truck hit a Hampton Roads Transit bus just after 9 a.m. Wednesday, according to city and HRT officials. Eight on the bus were taken to the hospital, said HRT spokesman Tom Holden.Norview HS bans hoodies following assault and robbery
NORFOLK, Va. Teachers at Norview High School are enforcing a new "directive" from the principal that prohibits students from wearing hooded jackets, shirts and sweatshirts in an effort to enhance security.Arcade bars have been popping up around the country, but this would be the first one in Norfolk.
A restaurant called Bourbon Smokehouse and Arcade is hoping to set up shop in the old Belmont House of Smoke building on Colonial Avenue. The concept of combining video game arcades and late-night food and drink venues isn't new.Netters start C-USA tournament against UTSA
The 5-seed Blue Raiders are set to take on 12-seed UTSA , on Thursday at 2 p.m. in Norfolk, Virginia, the site of this year's conference tournament hosted by Old Dominion. led the Blue Raiders in dual match singles wins in the regular season with a record of 13-7, mostly at No.One injured in Virginia Beach house fire
Virginia Beach Fire Department along with mutual aid from Norfolk Fire Department responded to a house fire in the 5500 block of Whirlaway Road late Tuesday night. Crews arrived on scene and was able to have the fire under control within 12 minutes.Pratt doctors splitting from Sentara, again seek independence
For the second time in almost three years, the status of Pratt Medical Center, the region's oldest medical practice, is changing. Pratt is in the midst of splitting from Sentara Healthcare, a Norfolk-based facility that operates 12 hospitals and 100 health-care sites in Virginia and North Carolina.Bob Lawson, W.M. Jordan co-founder, leaves lasting mark on Peninsula
Bob Lawson, the co-founder of W.M. Jordan Co., died April 11 at age 91. Robert "Bobby" Lawson, the co-founder of Newport News-based W.M. Jordan Co. who was known for building multiple Peninsula landmarks, died April 11 at age 91. His sons John Lawson, who is president and CEO of W.M. Jordan, and Bland Lawson, who is a retired surgeon, both said their father always would shake your hand and ask, "How can I help you? Is there anything I can do for you?" Friends and family described Bobby Lawson as dedicated to the area and helping people, but often doing so anonymously or behind-the-scenes and without wanting credit.Woman found dead in burning home on Wailes Avenue in Norfolk
Norfolk Fire-Rescue crews are currently responding to a fire and a death in the 6200 block of Wailes Avenue. Norfolk firefighters are working a fire and a death in the 6200 blk of Wailes Ave. more details to follow.Norfolk City Jail tip led to arrest of Hampton triple shooting suspect
The Norfolk Sheriff's Office says a tip from inside the Norfolk City Jail led to the arrest of a suspect in a triple shooting that left one person dead in Hampton. After the shooting on March 25, detectives had information that a gang member named "Messiah" was involved but they didn't know his real name or whereabouts.Here's what happened to the Post Office on North Colley that closed
After the U.S. Postal Service closed a location at 38th Street and Colley Avenue, a reader who used the office wanted to know why it was shut down - and, perhaps more importantly, where's the nearest place to drop off outgoing mail now? The location, known as the Milan Post Office, closed Feb. 23. Freda Sauter, a Postal Service spokeswoman, said the federal agency didn't own the building and decided not to renew its lease there. When asked for the reason - whether for cost savings, low customer traffic or some other explanation - Sauter had no comment.Norfolk police, neighbors address pedestrian crashes at Wards Corner Civic League
NORFOLK, Va. -- At this Wards Corner Civic League meeting, two pedestrian crashes that happened at West Little Creek Road and Newport Ave. were top of mind.
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