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Regional home sales down slightly in September, for first time in more than 4 years

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Here’s some breaking news: For the first time in more than 4 years the region’s real estate market is showing a decline in pending...
Halloween is right around the corner and there are tons of different ways to celebrate the holiday. Leading up to Oct. 31 there are several...
Old Dominion University economists Robert McNab and Vinod Agarwal said the region is experiencing an economic resurgence and has mostly recovered from the recession...
Notable spooky happenings Halloween is right around the corner. Here are some spooky happenings in downtown Norfolk to hold you over until then. READ MORE. https://southsidedaily.com/local-news/2018/10/15/in-honor-of-halloween-here-are-some-notable-spooky-happenings-in-downtown-norfolk/ An...

In Our Hometown

Jacob Harver and his wife Elyse are opening Bros Fish Tacos at 277 Lynnhaven Rd. (Rami Yoakum/Southside Daily)

Bro’s to bring fish tacos to permanent location. The food truck will still be around

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VIRGINIA BEACH — With all due respect to hamburgers, hot dogs, and apple pie, the new All-American food just might be tacos. Pretty much everybody...
Apollo's Chariot (Southside Daily photo/Courtesy Busch Gardens Williamsburg)

So Busch Gardens announced a new membership plan. Will you need to update your plan?

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Busch Gardens has revamped their membership plans and not everyone is happy about it. SeaWorld Parks announced last Monday in a news release it is...
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This company was recognized for its work with veterans

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VIRGINIA BEACH — Virginia Natural Gas won the 2018 Innovator Award from the Hampton Roads Workforce Council for its Veterans Natural Gas Training Program...
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Breast cancer patients in Hampton Roads may qualify for this study

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Sentara Healthcare is enrolling eligible patients in Hampton Roads to participate in the nationwide Breast Cancer Weight Loss Study. According to the National Library of...
Karen Karlowicz, chairwoman of ODU's School of Nursing and Gov. Ralph Northam touring the facilities in the new Center for Telehealth Education and Research. (Southside Daily photo/Courtesy of Old Dominion University)

Northam touts ODU’s telehealth initiative as ‘the future’

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Before a packed morning crowd in the atrium of the Virginia Beach Higher Education Center, Gov. Ralph Northam and Virginia Beach Mayor Louis R....

Learn about cancer treatment options at the upcoming “Live Your Life” seminar

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Throughout the month of October, awareness is brought to breast cancer. Stories are shared; pink ribbons are adorned; and we come together to support...
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Science & Tech

2018 Striped Bass Seine Survey Crew From L: Brian Gallagher, Emelia Marshall, and Matt Oliver --- field crew for VIMS' 2018 Juvenile Striped Bass Seine Survey --- retrieve a seine net from a sampling site on the James River. (Southside Daily/D. Malmquist/VIMS)

Juvenile striped bass maintain average abundance in Virginia waters in 2018

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Preliminary results from an ongoing long-term survey conducted by researchers at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science suggest an average year class of young-of-year...
The bay nettle Chrysaora chesapeakei. (Southside Daily/Courtesy J. Lefcheck/VIMS)

New study helps explain recent scarcity of bay nettles

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Wondering why you saw so few jellyfish in the Chesapeake Bay this summer? A new, long-term study of how environmental conditions affect the abundance and...
Paleontologist Rowan Lockwood examines the fossilized remains of shellfish to understand present and future environmental implications. She has used fossil oysters to make recommendations on policy for the Chesapeake Bay and is a co-author on a paper that examines the fate of shellfish during a long-past episode of global warming known as the PETM. (Southside Daily/Courtesy Stephen Salpukas)

What can fossil shellfish tell us about our environmental future? Plenty

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The Earth’s climate is changing, and it’s changed before. The world’s oceans are warming, and they’ve warmed before. Past episodes of oceanic warming — and their...
Porkchop loving life (Southside Daily Photo/Courtesy of Toni Fox)

Porkchop, convinced he rules the neighborhood

What is your pet’s name? Porkchop What is the breed of your pet? French Bulldog How was your pet’s name chosen? It seemed like it had enough character to...

Hello, pretty Poppy

What is your pet’s name? Poppy What is the breed of your pet? Siamese Mix How was your pet’s name chosen? She was the runt of the litter and...

Puffin, the rebellious puffball

What is your pet’s name? Puffin What is the breed of your pet? Short Hair Black and White Kitty How was your pet’s name chosen? Her black and white...
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