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Holland Road traffic to shift to temporary lanes for nearly a year

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Drivers taking Holland Road are about to be moved onto temporary pavement for nearly a year, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. The announcement comes as the Holland Road...
Handel's "Messiah" (Courtesy of Virginia Symphony Orchestra)

Tickets now on sale for Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s holiday “Messiah” concerts

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Ticket's are now on sale for the Virginia Symphony Orchestra's annual performance of Handel’s "Messiah." Resident Conductor Benjamin Rous will lead the orchestra, the Virginia Symphony Chorus...

Stall Ball raises more than $157,000 for Virginia Beach riding program

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EQUI-KIDS Therapeutic Riding Program announced Friday it raised more than $157,000 at its ninth-annual Stall Ball. The Virginia Beach nonprofit will use the funds to...
Launch Virginia Beach, the city's 2014 annual report, which was published as an e-book, won an international award for the Economic Development Department. (Courtesy of yesvirginiabeach.com)

Virginia Beach Economic Development makes ‘international winner’s circle’ with four awards for marketing efforts

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The Virginia Beach Department of Economic Development won more international awards this year than any other city its size except the one that it tied. The...

The Weekly Detour: Interstate lane closures in South Hampton Roads

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This is your look at what ramp and interstate closures to avoid in South Hampton Roads for the third week of December. The information is provided...
Landstown senior Maurice Jones (10) tries to dribble by Princess Anne's Quevon Jackson in Friday's 65-61 win. (Joe Saade/Southside Daily)

Landstown boys basketball holds off Princess Anne late

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Tied 59-59 with 1:15 left Friday against Princess Anne, the Landstown boys basketball team leaned on its seniors' poise to close the curtain at home. Forward...
One of the diagrams on display at the ODU student presentations.

ODU course studies Oceanfront arena, advises developer in class project

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Sport management professor Stephen Shapiro had a big-time case study for his class this semester at Old Dominion University: What would they do with an 18,000-seat,...

$137 million to begin flowing on I-64/I-264 interchange project

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A regional commission that controls sales and gas taxes for road projects in Hampton Roads is set to approve spending $137 million on construction of...