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These 3 high-poverty schools in Norfolk and Virginia Beach are beating the odds. Here's how they're doing it.

At high-poverty schools, students often start their days hungry. Many arrive in kindergarten lacking the language and counting skills that make a strong educational foundation. They can fall behind their peers, an achievement gap that can widen. But in South Hampton Roads, three schools have improved academic achievement in the face of those problems. Read more

New "Phantasmagoria" exhibition in Norfolk's art district is edgy, disturbing and layered with meaning

Phantasmagoria, which opened May 6 at the Okay Spark Gallery on Boush Street, is the latest effort to bring more art shows to the NEON arts district. The exhibition, filled with what the artist calls "figurative narrative work," is edgy, disturbing and tells stories of deeper meaning. Read more


Randy Forbes, Scott Taylor get rough as GOP primary for 2nd Congressional District heats up

The Republican primary in the 2nd Congressional District has turned nasty. U.S. Rep. Randy Forbes is using a website and ad materials to criticize Del. Scott Taylor for past civil judgments, traffic offenses and campaign law violations. Then Taylor called Forbes ''despicable" for misusing a photo of himself and another Navy SEAL who was killed in combat. Read more




A history of Norfolk's Waterside in 11 photos

At its opening in 1983, Waterside was heralded as an image of downtown vibrance and renewal. But it buckled after MacArthur Center opened in 1999, and its eateries dwindled as restaurants opened along Granby Street. In 2013, the City Council… Read more

Navy releases nearly two dozen videos of Russian jets, helicopter buzzing USS Donald Cook

The Navy released nearly two dozen videos of the April incident in response to a Freedom of Information Act request from The Virginian-Pilot. Read more







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