In the midst of a very active Virginia Beach military base stands two lighthouses, 350 feet from each other. It is common when a lighthouse is no longer active it is torn down and replaced, but the stone lighthouse atop the dune is one of the oldest remaining lighthouses in the country.
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Welcome to Paws and Effects, our new weekly adoptable pet column for all of you out there looking for some more love/purring/drool/companionship in your lives--AND for all of us who just need to look at cute pups and kitties (and maybe even some bunnies, guinea pigs, etc!) every once in a while.
This week, instead of the usual, I want to focus on some stories about good people doing good things, and since the Pilot has taken the time to share these nice stories about people in our community, I’d like to make sure you get a chance to read them, too.
Slover library was buzzing with innovative ideas that inspired city officials in Norfolk and Hampton to advance regional agenda last week as Dutch Dialogues: Virginia Life at Sea Level wrapped up. A team of planners, engineers and architects from the Netherlands studying flooding in areas of Hampton and Norfolk presented their ideas for long-term solutions.
We missed you guys! We hope you missed us. Well, even if you didn't we're back with another set of delicious local news, including Virginia Wesleyan's... odd... demands in its current sexual assault case, fancy people eating fancy food in a less-than-fancy place, and of course, the Swiftybeat!
The Centers for Disease Control announced July 1 that one of Virginia’s community-based organization (CBO) was awarded new funding to deliver HIV-prevention initiatives to vulnerable populations.
A meeting to talk about working together on an art-in-jails program took a quick turn to policy discussion when longtime Norfolk Sheriff Bob McCabe revealed that he is "seriously considering making a run for mayor" next year.
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Both the NEON District and Downtown have taken off like wild fire over the last couple of years. It's time to fill the empty spaces on the 700 blocks of Granby to create a unified flow.
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