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Virginia Beach is the most populated city in the state of Virginia and the 42nd largest city in the U.S. This resort city boasts miles of beautiful beaches as well as hundreds of hotels, motels and restaurants. The city is the annual home of the East Coast Surfing Championships as well as the North American Sand Soccer Championship. Virginia Beach is also home to several state parks and three military bases.

Population: 433575
Local Newspapers: Virginian-Pilot Port Folio Weekly New Journal and Guide
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Local Colleges: Regent University Atlantic University

Zip Codes associated with virginia beach, virginia: 23451 23455 23462 23464 23451 23452 23454 23455 23456 23457 23462 23464
Towns/Cities near virginia beach, virginia : Landstown Kings Grant Lynnwood Chesapeake Norfolk Portsmouth

Virginia Beach News
Liberty Tax finds an auditor after last one quit, looks poised to stay on stock exchange

Veronica Prado is a familiar sight to drivers who pass her corner on General Booth Boulevard in Virginia Beach. She waves to drivers on Wednesday morning, March 9, 2016.

Home at last! Marine surprises sons at their Virginia Beach school

For Marine Gunnery Sergeant Jarrel Williams, the weight of seeing of his sons again hit him before he even walked through the door of Alanton Elementary. After a seven-month stretch in Kuwait, the 13-year veteran is here to surprise second-grader Kal-El and first-grader Koby.

Virginia Beach leaders won't allow 32 homes in a flood-prone part of the city

Virginia Beach City Council will decide Tuesday night if a developer can build a new neighborhood off Princess Anne Road near the intersection of Fenwick Way. The road is known to flood, and is sometimes impassable, as seen in this October 2016 photo.

Virginia's strawberry harvest on track for a successful season

Virginia strawberry growers say 2018 is a return to normal compared to the last few years. The annual ripening is expected around May 1, reports the Virginia Department Of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Event chair picks Lynnhaven River views for Virginia Beach tours during Historic Garden Week

Joan Stumborg of the Virginia Beach Garden Club is chair of this year's garden tour on April 25 in the neighborhood of Great Neck Point. Five homes and two gardens will be featured in celebration of Historic Garden Week in Virginia.

Virginia Beach family explores their Scottish roots by performing at Virginia International Tattoo

Simon, Kate, and Jack Thurston will perform in this year's Virginia International Tattoo April 26-29 at Norfolk Scope, along with four other members of the Tidewater Pipes and Drums. They will join pipe bands from Ireland and Canada, plus a performance of the Highland Dance Company of New Zealand.

Editorial: Virginia needs alerts for missing adults

If Ashanti Billie had been a couple of years younger - 17 instead of 19 - when she disappeared in Virginia Beach in September, authorities might have issued an Amber Alert. Now the General Assembly has passed a bill to establish a new category of alert that might save the life of someone like Billie.

Atlanta-based New Realm Brewing to take over Green Flash facility in Virginia Beach

Signs on the gate of Green Flash brewery read "closed for business" in Virginia Beach, Va., on Monday, March 26, 2018. Signs on the gate of Green Flash brewery read "closed for business" in Virginia Beach, Va., on Monday, March 26, 2018.

Richmond's Isley Brewing Co. to open location in Virginia Beach

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Virginia Beach high school choir to get refund after trouble with travel company

When the choral group at Landstown High School decided to cancel a trip to New York, it wasn't exactly in harmony with the travel company when it came to a refund. 24 students and chaperones had booked the trip last fall through WorldStrides, a company that specializes in educational travel based in Charlottesville.

Del. Glenn Davis expected to run for Virginia Beach mayor, which could affect balance in House

Del. Glenn Davis, Jr., R-VA Beach, watches the live transmition of the floor session of the Virginia House of Delegates at the State Capitol in Richmond, VA Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, the first day of the 2018 legislative session.

Virginia Beach Mayor Sessoms to resign, sources close to him say

Mayor Will Sessoms gives the State of The City address on Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach. Mayor Will Sessoms gives the State of The City address on Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach.

Virginia Beach students "Rock the Bald" to conquer childhood cancer

This Friday, students and teachers at Princess Anne Middle School are having a "St. Baldrick's Bash" to raise money for childhood cancer research.

Learning to walk your dog right on Coast Live

Just taking a dog for a pleasant walk can be a big challenge for some pet owners. Dogs pull or chase or get distracted.

Land off Princess Anne Road in Virginia Beach denied residential rezoning

With an 11-0 vote, the Virginia Beach City Council voted to deny a motion to make land off Princess Anne Road become zoned as residential. "Lets focus on our existing stormwater problems and fix that before we approve any other developments in low lying areas," said a neighbor.

Ocean Lakes High School student arrested for assaulting school resource officer

A student at Ocean Lakes High School was charged with assaulting a school resource officer Tuesday afternoon, according to a spokesperson with Virginia Beach City Public Schools. Because SROs are sworn officers with the Virginia Beach Police Department, the school district was not able to provide any specifics on the charges against the student.

$26.3M Hyatt hotel coming to Virginia Beach

Commercial real estate company Suburban Capital, Inc. announced Tuesday plans to build a 92,000 square-foot Hyatt Place at Pembroke Park at 281 Independence Blvd. "This announcement of Hyatt Place continues to validate Town Center and our Central Business District as an important business location for new-to-market businesses," said Virginia Beach Economic Development Director Warren D. Harris. "Like the recent location decisions by Nordstrom Rack, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma and Wegmans, Hyatt Place adds to our vision for the Suburban Capital is making a capital investment of $26.3 million in real estate; and furniture, fixtures and equipment.

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