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New Journal & Guide
New Journal & Guide

5127 E Virginia Beach Blvd
Norfolk, VA 23502   Directions

(757) 543-6531


New Study: Racism Increases Inflammation In African-Americans
06/14/2019 1:41pm

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide A new study joins a growing pile of research that shows racism is toxic to humans. While the latest study by a team of USC and UCLA scientists found that racist experiences appear to increase inflammation in African-Americans and could lead to chronic illness, the study The post New Study: Racism Increases Inflammation In African-Americans appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

Innocent Man Gets $1.5 million After 45 Years In Prison
06/14/2019 12:59pm

Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from NorthStarNewsToday.com TriceEdneyWire.com The state of Michigan has awarded $1.5 million to Richard Phillips who was locked up in prison for 45 years for a murder he didnt commit. The $1.5 million seems like a lot of money, and it is, but Phillips couldnt work a job that The post Innocent Man Gets $1.5 million After 45 Years In Prison appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

Gout, Summer & Cookouts
06/14/2019 12:58pm

TriceEdneyWire.com Summer is filled with fun outdoor activities, increased exercise, cookouts, and travel making it the favorite season for many, but if you have a history of gout, or are at risk for gout history of a high uric acid, family history of gout or prior uric acid kidney stones, you may want to pay The post Gout, Summer & Cookouts appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

369th Experience Band Ties HBCU Musicians To WWI Black History
06/13/2019 1:41pm

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide In 1919 when the Treaty of Versailles ended WWI, two years after the U.S. entered the fight with France and Great Britain against Germany, 44 Black colleges existed, Today, 100 years later, there are 101 public and private HBCUs, and they and their students are The post 369th Experience Band Ties HBCU Musicians To WWI Black History appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

Godfather of Funk Still Keeps The Music Playing
06/13/2019 12:58pm

By Rita Charleston We know him and love him as the Godfather of Funk. But George Clinton is so much more. After singing doo-wop on street corners in his hometown of Plainfield, New Jersey, as a teenager, Clinton was just a young musician when he opened a barbershop and began to style hair. We did The post Godfather of Funk Still Keeps The Music Playing appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

The Hampton Roads Business Journal
The Hampton Roads Business Journal

150 W Brambleton Ave
Norfolk, VA 23510   Directions

(757) 446-9000


Free forum to be held for discussing Hampton Roads workforce shortages, talent strategy
06/18/2019 12:00pm

A six-month study on the workforce gap and talent development for the region will be presented at the forum in Chesapeake on June 25.

James City lavender farm sees demand for country experiences
06/18/2019 10:22am

Sweethaven Lavender of Williamsburg already sold out of the 3,000 tickets for its grand opening lavender festival June 29.

Artisanal ice cream shop to open Friday in Virginia Beach
06/18/2019 8:00am

Just in time for summer scooping, Blue Cow Ice Cream Co. will open Friday from 6 to 9 p.m., with regular hours beginning Saturday.

Virginia Beach has 3 new Taiwanese restaurants, with fried chicken and puffle waffles
06/17/2019 9:30am

In a hail of breading and spice, Taiwanese fried chicken is suddenly popping in Virginia Beach.

Rental owners in Virginia Beach bracing for vacationers who have been scammed
06/15/2019 9:00am

Craigslist and vacation rental websites like Airbnb have made it easy for homeowners to rent their properties, and for consumers to find them. But the increase in Internet listings has brought more fake listings posted by scammers.

The Virginian-Pilot
The Virginian-Pilot

5429 Greenwich Rd
Virginia Beach, VA 23462   Directions

(757) 446-9000



720 Boush St
Norfolk, VA 23510   Directions

(757) 446-1000


Battered batter-baffler: Nationals’ Max Scherzer dazzles with black eye, broken nose
06/19/2019 11:02pm

One day after being injured during a batting practice accident, the Washington Nationals ace pitches seven shutout innings

BMX-ceptional: Virginia Beach’s Justin Dowell is world’s No. 1 BMX Freestyle rider
06/19/2019 10:28pm

The 19 year-old reigning world champion will represent the United States at the Pan American Games in August

Vape pen explosion shatters Nevada boy’s jaw, breaks his teeth
06/19/2019 10:00pm

People need to know before they buy these devices that theres a possibility theyre going to blow up in your pocket, in your face.

Tennessee driver accused of killing ‘randomly chosen’ pregnant mother, 2-year-old
06/19/2019 9:58pm

I ran up here and I just saw the guy he was trying to get out of the car and the lady and the baby in the stroller were next to the building, witness Bill Ray Jones told WBIR, adding that he heard the man yelling that the government told him to do it.

Astronomers have found two new planets that could potentially support life
06/19/2019 8:35pm

Is anybody home Astronomers have pinpointed two planets orbiting a nearby star that meet pretty much every requirement for supporting life.


300 Wavy St
Portsmouth, VA 23704   Directions

(757) 393-1010


Longtime Peninsula dentist dies after being shot outside office
06/19/2019 4:58pm

A longtime dentist and military veteran was killed after being shot outside his office Wednesday afternoon.

NSU students host Juneteenth pop up market to highlight black-owned businesses
06/19/2019 6:45pm

Some young men in Hampton Roads are celebrating a little differently this year. They created a pop up market highlighting black-owned businesses at the LWADance studio in Chesapeake.

York Schools principal charged with domestic assault, put on administrative leave
06/19/2019 7:46pm

A York County principal is on administrative leave after she was arrested and charged with domestic assault.

On Juneteenth, Congress debates reparations for slavery
06/19/2019 6:04pm

The debate over reparations catapulted from the campaign trail to Congress on Wednesday as lawmakers heard impassioned testimony for and against the idea of providing compensation for Americas history of slavery and racial discrimination.

Suffolk family learns son has leukemia on the way home from vacation
06/19/2019 3:37pm

A Suffolk family has their son rushed to the hospital on the way home from an Alaskan cruise.


613 Woodis Ave
Norfolk, VA 23510   Directions

(757) 625-1313


Health Department issues swimming advisory for southern part of Buckroe Beach
06/19/2019 10:53pm

The Health Department said there were high levels of bacteria that exceed state water quality standards for swimming.

Hampton dentist killed in Newport News shooting
06/19/2019 10:51pm

According to police, a 65-year-old man was taking to the hospital with life-threatening injuries after a shooting in Newport News.

This York County elementary school principal was arrested, and officials didn’t tell parents.
06/19/2019 10:47pm

The chairman of the school board said Principal Kristin Bolam of Mt. Vernon Elementary School was charged with Assault and Battery of a Family Member.

Suffolk family finds out son has leukemia while traveling home from vacation
06/19/2019 10:46pm

On their way back to Virginia, during a layover in Denver, their oldest son, 16-year-old Marshall, got sick.

Residents anxiously awaiting safety improvements at railroad tracks
06/19/2019 10:46pm

In May the city allocated $250,000 for cross arms and lights, but so far no timetable regarding completion.

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