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Cox's Brad Creamer sets the ball in first set of Wednesday's 6A State Quartetfinals match. (Joe Saade/Southside Daily)

Cox boys volleyball stays humble after sweeping Grassfield in state quarterfinals

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The reaction on the faces of the Cox boys volleyball team when the game's final ball hit the ground in Wednesday's 6A state quarterfinals...
The Cavalier on the Hill. (Courtesy of Virginia Beach Department of Economic Development)

Virginia Beach’s Cavalier Hotel requiring more work than planned

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Renovation of the historic Cavalier Hotel in Virginia Beach has taken more work than expected, an architect on the project told the city’s Historic...
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State cross-country meet preview: Ocean Lakes, Princess Anne, Kellam girls, Cox boys

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The boys and girls 5A and 6A state meets are Friday at Great Meadow, The Plains.   Girls 6A When: 11:45 a.m. Beach teams: Ocean Lakes, Kellam Individual Beach runners: Gracen...

Princess Anne boys stiff Maury in volleyball regional semifinals

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The Princess Anne boys were in search of a spark plug Tuesday as they struggled to kick-start a normally reliable offense in the fourth set...
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Princess Anne girls sweep Menchville in volleyball region semifinals

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The Princess Anne girls made volleyball look easy in their 3-0 home sweep (25-14, 25-13, 25-12) of Menchville in Tuesday's 5A South Region semifinals. In...
A rendering of the proposed Virginia Beach Oceanfront arena. (Courtesy of www.esgco.com)

Details emerge on Virginia Beach arena; venue could open in 2018

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VIRGINIA BEACH - Private developers told the City Council on Tuesday they hope to open a long-proposed 18,000-seat arena at the Oceanfront in 2018, pending...

Power company, local organization team up to weatherize veterans’ homes

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The rain was falling steadily Tuesday morning as 18 volunteers worked quickly on three houses: They trimmed overgrown bushes, cut grass, installed energy-efficient devices...

Virginia Beach schools address questions on grading practices on website

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As Virginia Beach Public Schools consider revising their grading policies, the district has added content to its website to explain the potential changes. The new "Fair...