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Where old meets new: A Virginia Beach barber shop in a Mercedes Sprinter

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VIRGINIA BEACH — Squeezing in a trip to the barber shop into already hectic schedules can be tough, but one local master barber and...

Harris Teeter hash browns under recall for potential golf ball pieces

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McCain Foods USA Inc. announced today it is voluntarily recalling retail, frozen hash brown products that may be contaminated with pieces of golf ball...

Armani, Old Navy among 10 newly-announced Norfolk Premium Outlets stores

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NORFOLK — Do you eat, sleep and breathe designer fashion, but don't have time to travel through tunnels to get your fix? Don't worry. The...

Job fair for Norfolk Premium Outlets coming next month

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NORFOLK – Want to work at the Norfolk Premium Outlets? An upcoming job fair looks to fill more than 500 jobs. On Thursday, May 11,...

Daughter seeks $1.5 million in wrongful death suit against Norfolk doctor, assisted living facility

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The daughter of a woman who died in 2012 after a fall at a Williamsburg assisted living center is seeking a $1.5 million settlement...

‘She’s got the whole package’: Virginia Beach has a rising star ophthalmologist

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Dr. Elizabeth Yeu’s interest in anatomy started early. Growing up in Queens, N.Y., she would seek out green spaces where she could look for animals. “I...
The "Write as Rain" campaign showcases environmentally-friendly hidden messages on area sidewalks that will appear when the sidewalks become wet. (Courtesy of askHRgreen)

Spring showers will reveal hidden ‘Write as Rain’ messages throughout Southside

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This weekend's rain may reveal some hidden messages along Southside sidewalks, thanks to a new campaign called "Write as Rain" by askHRgreen.org. Coinciding with Earth...
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe

State unemployment continues to drop while Virginia Beach’s increases

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RICHMOND – Virginia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has decreased for the third consecutive month, falling to 3.8 percent in March. The unemployment rate, Gov. Terry...