Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Newport News Now





Capital Improvements Plan
At an afternoon work session yesterday, City Council continued a discussion on the City Manager’s FY 2019-2013 Recommended Capital Improvements Plan. The Recommended CIP was presented to Council in October and is anticipated to be adopted in January. The entire plan can be reviewed  online.
Property Transferred to Housing Authority
City Council conveyed city-owned vacant property at 646 Hampton Avenue to the Newport News Redevelopment and Housing Authority, which will, in turn, transfer it to Habitat for Humanity. With the support of Newport News Shipbuilding, Habitat for Humanity is building a home on the site in the spring. This will be the 16th home funded and constructed by employees of Newport News Shipbuilding, of which 13 are in Newport News.  Read more...


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Newport News Police Department Welcomes New Officers

Last Thursday, the Newport News Police Department held its 17th Basic Law Enforcement Graduation and Swearing In Ceremony and welcomed 23 new officers to the department. The ceremony took place at the David Student Union on the campus of Christopher Newport University and included the Newport News Police Department’s Honor Guard and Pipe and Drum Band. Delegate Marcia Price from the 95th District of the Virginia House of Delegates was the guest speaker for the evening and officers were sworn in by the Honorable M. Scott Stein, Newport News General District Court Judge. Family members joined the graduates to pin the badges on the new officers. Read more...

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