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New Journal & Guide
New Journal & Guide

5127 E Virginia Beach Blvd
Norfolk, VA 23502   Directions

(757) 543-6531

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It’s now or never for the MEAC
07/01/2020 10:42am

By Donal Wareboxtorow.comThe MEAC is officially in trouble.Those are the words I said on last weeks FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW. I prefaced it by saying if the MEAC loses another school. The MEAC has lost another school. Bethune-Cookman announced late Thursday that it will join the SWAC beginning in 2021 in a unanimous vote by the B-CU board of trustees, ending the affiliation it had with the MEAC since 1979.Continue reading Its now or never for the MEAC at The New Journal and Guide .

Our Children Are Now Dying By Suicide
07/01/2020 10:42am

By Glenn EllisTriceEdneyWire.comIn 2016, a study was published in the medical journal Pediatrics, which found that Black kids 5 to 12 years old were two times more likely to die by suicide compared to White youth in the same age group. Did you hear that Suicide in Black children 5-12 Who remembers when suicide by a Black child was unheard of I have written recently about the impact that the times we are living in, have on the young people around our homes and communities, and the longer this pandemic, and all the other disruptions to our lives, I am becoming increasingly concerned that we could easily lose a generation, if we dont pay attention.Continue reading Our Children Are Now Dying By Suicide at The New Journal and Guide .

Monument Battles in Portsmouth and Norfolk
07/01/2020 10:35am

By Randy SingletonNJG Community CorrespondentNews Analysis HAMPTON ROADSThe Confederate Monument in Portsmouth, which has recently been a lightning rod for protests by coalitions of civil rights groups, police reform demonstrators, and social justice activists, has been fenced in and covered with a tarp, while the monument in Norfolk dubbed Johnny Reb has been completely removed. The cities of Portsmouth and Norfolk decided to take action to cover up or remove their monuments to prevent protesters from getting hurt during demonstrations.Continue reading Monument Battles in Portsmouth and Norfolk at The New Journal and Guide .

Racism is a Public Health Issue
07/01/2020 10:35am

Special to the Trice Edney News Wirefrom NorthStarNewsToday.comTriceEdneyWire.comSeveral leading medical organizations have said racism is a public health issue and that police brutality must stop.The American Academy of Pediatrics, American Medical Association and the American College of Physicians made their comments in the wake of the May 25 murder of Floyd George, who was murdered while in the custody of the Minneapolis, Minnesota, police.Continue reading Racism is a Public Health Issue at The New Journal and Guide .

Trump Administration Withholding $14 Billion in Critical Coronavirus Funding
07/01/2020 10:35am

By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior CorrespondentStacyBrownMedia With more than 2.3 million confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in America and a staggering 122,000 plus deaths, Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer D-NY and Senator Patty Murray D-Washington say President Donald Trump is sitting on about $14 billion in funding for virus testing and contact tracing. In a letter Schumer and Murray sent recently to Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, the senators reveal that the Trump administration has still failed to distribute more than $8 billion out of $25 billion appropriated by Congress to expand testing and contact tracing.Continue reading Trump Administration Withholding $14 Billion in Critical Coronavirus Funding at 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

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The Virginian-Pilot
The Virginian-Pilot

5429 Greenwich Rd
Virginia Beach, VA 23462   Directions

(757) 446-9000

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WTKR
WTKR

720 Boush St
Norfolk, VA 23510   Directions

(757) 446-1000

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WVBT-TV FOX 43
WVBT-TV FOX 43

300 Wavy St
Portsmouth, VA 23704   Directions

(757) 393-1010

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Demonstrators gather for 4th of July protest at Virginia Beach Oceanfront
07/04/2020 10:57am

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. WAVY Demonstrators in Hampton Roads gathered for a 4th of July protest at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront on Saturday night. Nearly a month ago, over 1,000 people gathered in Virginia Beach in protest to denounce police violence, racism, and thekilling of George Floyd. The protest is scheduled for 7:57 p.m. tonight.

Virginia July 4 COVID-19 update: Hampton Roads reports over 200 cases, more than a quarter of overall daily increase statewide
07/04/2020 8:32am

PORTSMOUTH, Va. WAVY TheVirginia Department of Healthis reporting 716 additional cases of COVID-19 and 4 new deaths related to the virus on the 4th of July. As of Saturday morning, July 4, Virginia has an overall number of 65,109 COVID-19 cases since the start of the outbreak. Of the 716 cases reported from Friday,

Man dies following double shooting in Norfolk overnight
07/04/2020 5:02am

NORFOLK, Va. WAVY Authorities are now investigating after one man died and another suffered life-threatening injuries following an overnight shooting in Norfolk. Norfolk Police were called out to the 400 block of West 34th Street around 3:20 this morning for a shooting. When police arrived, two men were found to have life-threatening injuries. They

Virginia Beach advises residents of possible traffic routes to accommodate 4th of July crowds
07/04/2020 1:14pm

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. WAVY Virginia Beach city officials are urging residents and motorists to adhere to traffic on 4th of July. Even without the annual fireworks displays, officials say they anticipate tens of thousands of people will visit the Oceanfront during the holiday weekend. To facilitate traffic, maintain access foremergency vehicles,and accommodate the larger-than-normal

Hampton Roads closures, schedule changes for 4th of July weekend
06/27/2020 3:22pm

HAMPTON ROADS, Va. WAVY With the Fourth of July landing on a Saturday this year, many localities are closing early or taking the day off on Friday in observance of the holiday. Here is what we know for Hampton Roads. Chesapeake All city offices, courts, community centers, and the Chesapeake Visitors Center will be

WVEC
WVEC

613 Woodis Ave
Norfolk, VA 23510   Directions

(757) 625-1313

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Black Lives Matter 757 protest planned at Oceanfront on 4th of July
07/04/2020 7:04pm

The group is demanding that a citizens review board be formed and that the police be defunded in order to put more money towards more community-based initiatives.

Update: Suffolk man arrested after man shot multiple times near Virginia Beach Oceanfront
07/04/2020 1:12pm

The adult male victim was expected to recover. Officers arrested Kashaun Ricks, of Suffolk, after detaining him for questioning related to the shooting.

Ex-Virginia governor accuses state library agency of racism
07/04/2020 12:37pm

Wilder told the Richmond Times-Dispatch that he doesnt understand why the Library of Virginia has been processing papers from his successors before working on his.

COVID-19 Live Updates | North Carolina tops 1 million test mark; Virginia adds 710 cases on Fourth of July
07/04/2020 12:17pm

Youll find important information about coronavirus cases as well as impacts that COVID-19 is having on life in Hampton Roads and in northeastern North Carolina.

One man dies, one hospitalized after Norfolk shooting on W 34th Street
07/04/2020 12:02pm

The victim who died was identified as Daniel D. Yancey II, 29, of Norfolk. Calls about the shooting on 34th Street came in about 3:20 a.m. Saturday, police said.

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