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Originally posted by: The Virginian Pilot Andria McClellan, who has served on Norfolk City Council since 2016, said Wednesday she’s eyeing a run for lieutenant governor in 2021. The Hampton Roads native said she’ll spend the next few months listening to Virginians and supporting the candidates running for office in November. “The past few months […]Read More
Originally posted by: The Virginian Pilot One sunny afternoon while talking with her postal carrier, Steve, Norfolk Councilwoman Andria McClellan had an idea. “It was a beautiful day, and I was working on my front porch,” said McClellan, who has represented Superward 6 since 2016. “Steve bound up the stairs and we exchanged our normal […]Read More
Originally posted by: The Virginian Pilot Two years ago, in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, and with the anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, approaching, a palpable sense of unease fell over Hampton Roads. Searching for a way to bring the community together, the Virginia Symphony Orchestra convened the first CommUNITY Play-In and Sing-Along. […]Read More
Originally posted by: The Virginian Pilot A JUNE 23 op-ed (“Cost poses biggest challenge to regional resilience” by Skip Stiles) cited the need for regional collaboration on sea level rise and resiliency in Hampton Roads. We agree. As the chair and vice chair of the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission Coastal Resiliency Subcommittee, we are […]Read More
Originally posted by: 13NewsNow.com Local council members said the grand prize increased interest in the internet project, and they hope private and federal investment will cover the $48.6 million cost of the connectivity ring and side projects. NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) — Five Hampton Roads cities are developing a fiber cable ring that is being recognized nationally as […]Read More
Originally posted by: The Virginian Pilot UNSEASONABLY WARM temperatures coaxed hundreds from their homes on a recent Sunday, but they weren’t spending the day at a park or on a golf course. They flocked instead to the Academy for Discovery at Lakewood for a civic fair and workshop series to encourage greater involvement in public […]Read More