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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.

Population: 234403
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

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$838 million in Virginia homes could be underwater by 2030,...

High tide caused waters from the Lafayette River to flood the 200 block of LaValette Ave. in Norfolk on Sept. 19, 2017.

Associations for June 18

Officers and members on the board of directors of the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants Educational Foundation for 2018-19 are: chair: Randy Spurrier with Old Dominion University in Norfolk; chair-elect, Heather Flanagan with KPMG in Washington; vice chairs, Diane D. Guensberg with Grant Thornton in Arlington and Nicholas Harrison with Dixon Hughes Goodman in Richmond; and secretary/treasurer, Beth Bickford with VSCPA. At-large board members: O. Whitfield Broome with the University of Virginia School of Law in Charlottesville; Michael K. Crichton with Burdette Smith & Bish LLC in Fairfax; Scott D. Davis with Frank & Co.

Officials look for missing 12-year-old near Ocean View Pier

A 12-year-old boy went missing near the Ocean View Pier at 414 W. Ocean View Avenue on Saturday around 7 p.m. Norfolk officials say the family of the boy reported that three children were in distress when a family member was able to save two of them, while the 12-year-old could not be. The Coast Guard said that a boy was seen 50 yards off the beach before he was last seen going under water.

Norfolk Botanical Garden to hold guided sunset kayak trip

Norfolk Botanical Garden's Adult Education program and Kayak Nature Tours are hosting a guided sunset kayak trip Thursday, August 16. No experience is necessary for the relaxing paddle, which will take place on Lake Whitehurst from 6-8 p.m. Attendees will learn about the plants and animals inhabiting both the shores and the waters from experienced guides, and kayaks, paddles and safety equipment will be provided. Pre-trip instructions will be given, but the program has some tips for before you book: leave all electronics in your vehicle, and since sit-on-top kayaks will be used, plan to get wet.

Summer arts guide: Beating the heat with Peninsula-area art exhibits

"Pont de l'Archeveche," by Gary Zuercher, will be among a collection of 35 black-and-white photos on view at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center July 13-Sept. 30 in "The Glow of Paris: The Bridges of Paris at Night."

Coast Guard considers new bulb for Hatteras Lighthouse

Coast Guard electrician James Harper tells the Virginian-Pilot of Norfolk, Virginia, that an LED light would cut repair costs, travel time and man hours. The beacon atop the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is many years old and needs constant repair.

With hate crimes on the rise in Virginia, Herring seeks stiffer penalties for offenders

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring says a recent State Police crime report proves hate crimes are on the rise in the Commonwealth. Ohef Sholom is a Jewish temple nestled in the heart of Norfolk's Ghent neighborhood.

Norfolk Public Schools holding instructional job fairs through August

The Department of Human Resources for NPS will host a series of job fairs through August. Anyone interested in working for the school district as an instructor is encouraged to attend the next job fair on Saturday, June 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Crossroads School located at 8021 Old Ocean View Road in Norfolk.

Man attempting to row across Atlantic rescued in open ocean

A Scottish man seeking to cross the Atlantic Ocean alone in a rowboat has abandoned his 3,400 miles quest after being rescued some 500 miles off Massachusetts. The Coast Guard's Boston office says Niall Macdonald triggered his emergency radiobeacon at around 12:30 a.m. Friday after his specialized ocean rower started taking on water during rough seas.

Sunken Ship Joins Delaware's Artificial Reef System

The M/V Twin Capes became the newest addition to Delaware's artificial reef system Friday when the ship sank into the Del-Jersey-Land Inshore Artificial Reef. Christened in 1975, The Twin Capes served as one of three original vessels of the Delaware River and Bay Authority's 1970s fleet.

Editorial: Affordable housing is answer to eviction

Fredericksburg deputies Robert Wilson and Jason Dring conduct an eviction in Fredericksburg on June 1. Eviction rates in the Fredericksburg region are higher than the national average. Fredericksburg deputies Robert Wilson and Jason Dring conduct an eviction in Fredericksburg on June 1. Eviction rates in the Fredericksburg region are higher than the national average.

"I'm not going back to jail": Man who killed Chesapeake worker while fleeing police pleads to murder

Family photo of young George Harris and his mother Annie Harris on display inside his mother's house in Norfolk, Virginia, Oct. 4, 2017, a day after George, 51, was killed when his truck was hit by a vehicle being pursued by Chesapeake police. Police identified George Harris as the Chesapeake City garbage truck driver who was killed in the crash.

Daily Press leader named executive editor of Virginian-Pilot

Marisa Porto, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Daily Press, also was appointed executive editor of the Virginian-Pilot on Thursday, June 14, 2018. Marisa Porto, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Daily Press, also was appointed executive editor of the Virginian-Pilot on Thursday, June 14, 2018.

Many struggle after Farm Fresh closes in Ocean View; area now a 'food desert'

Some people living in parts of Norfolk are struggling to get groceries since Farm Fresh's closure in April . The parking lot is more or less deserted and inside the dark store, shelves are bare.

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Francine Beranbaum tries on hats under the Fatou Sall hat tent during the 62nd annual Boardwalk Art Show on June 17, 2017, in Virginia Beach, Va. The art show, organized by the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Arts, features works from more than 250 artists.

Rusty James Named Max Media/Norfolk VP/Operations/Programming

MAX MEDIA/NORFOLK, VA has tapped MIDWEST COMMUNICATIONS/EVANSVILLE, IN OM RUSTY JAMES as VP/Operations/Programming for its five-station cluster, which includes Country WGH-F , Classic Hits WVBW , Oldies WGH-A, Sports WVSP , and Top 40 WVHT . He fills the vacancy created more than two years ago when JOHN SHOMBY left NORFOLK to join CUMULUS MEDIA as Dir./Programming for the NASHVILLE-based NASH Network .

Norfolk police work to help high school students get jobs and land careers

Some officers came together to start the T.R.U.E. youth program, helping students like Shrery Durham and Tequila Towns get jobs and research careers. Shrery is a junior at Norview High, and says within two weeks officers helped her fill out applications, and she landed a job at Tidewater Finance Company.

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