In a potential victory for those of us who want to see as much of Norfolk's history preserved as possible, there are plans in place to adapt the old American Cigar Factory at 1148 East Princess Anne Road in Norfolk into 91 one bedroom apartments.
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The city’s vibrant arts district shines on, even in somewhat dreary weather.
Inspiration might be free, but things like paint, neon, and electricians sure aren't. Behind much of the great art produced throughout history are patrons that made it possible. In the case of the NEON District, we all owe a debt of gratitude to the Business Consortium for Arts Support, who have been the financial force behind what will become some of your favorite public art projects in Hampton Roads.
The United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) has certified the City of Norfolk met the goal in the National Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness.
The cold-caller’s rapid sequence of thoughtful questions made the conversation play out like a press interview.
“So, what got you started? How long have you been in existence? How were you able get the sponsorship that you received?” Other questions were more personal, “How long have you lived in Portsmouth? Did you attend public school in the city?”
The City of Virginia Beach yesterday was named one of America’s Top Digital Cities, according to the 2015 Digital Cities Survey.
We have developed a brand new event that will deliver an entrepreneurial experience you won’t find anywhere else. Introducing, Start: a 1-and-a-half day creative obstacle course.
When sitting councilman Andy Protogyrou officially launches his campaign for mayor today on the grounds adjacent to Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, he'll have beside him nearly enough votes to get a whole lot done in Norfolk.
Justin Fugett had never seen colors before he came to the NEON District.
Colorblind since birth, Justin had recently acquired special glasses that allow his eyes to see the full spectrum of shades. He decided that the first time he saw the rest of the light would be in front of the mural painted by Alex Brewer on Glass Wheel Studio.
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