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Virginia Beach couple’s fitness activities lead to connections

BY JANE BLOODWORTH ROWE VIRGINIA BEACH — Surfing in a driving rain or cycling 75 miles might not be everyone’s idea of the perfect weekend, but this is a way of life for Steve and Emily Joyner. The couple is also… Continue Reading

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Us: Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office Lt. Lois Thompson

BY LOIS THOMPSON I have proudly served with the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office for more than 18 years. Throughout my tenure, being part of the community has always been a top priority for me. I try to instill in the next… Continue Reading

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Us: Senior Resource Center Inc. President Johnnie Williams

BY JOHNNIE WILLIAMS I attended Creeds Elementary School – AKA Creeds High – from first through seventh grade, I always consider Creeds my home. In 1955, my parents moved me to Norfolk the summer before I started eighth grade. My wife,… Continue Reading

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Back Bay refuge in Virginia Beach seeks support for new nonprofit

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE SANDBRIDGE – Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge seeks interested citizens to participate in a new nonprofit friends group that could build stronger community ties and drum up volunteer support for the refuge. The group might also assist… Continue Reading

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Farmer John: An agriculture economy on our scale

BY J.D. WILSON VIRGINIA BEACH — Pop quiz: Which of the following terms does not fit with the others? GDP, trade wars, tariffs, short-term profit calculations, quarterly reports, soil stewardship, derivatives, the Gaussian copula formula. The what? That last one is real,… Continue Reading

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Wagner: Help 2 million Virginians with tax credit, not just 400,000 through Medicaid expansion alone

Ed. — State Sen. Frank Wagner, R-Virginia Beach, signaled support for a state budget that includes Medicaid expansion with the following statement on Friday, April 6, which has been edited for style and clarity. He suggested including a tax credit for insured working… Continue Reading

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Column: A football upbringing leads to enduring gridiron appreciation

BY LISA VERSPRILLE BURKETT VIRGINIA BEACH — I am in front of the television for hours on Saturdays during the fall. I’m a college football fanatic. I can watch any team play – usually not rooting for any particular team but hoping… Continue Reading

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Farmer John: With biochar, looking at past practices for better soil today

BY J.D. WILSON SIGMA — Imagine being in the paradise state, inside a condo on a beautiful day. I was there, in Hawaii, back when I was blond-haired. Now I still have three or four blond hairs left. My dermatologist told… Continue Reading

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Column: Now my toddlers are kids — and here come the team sports

BY CHONA SANTANDER O’GALVIN VIRGINIA BEACH — First time soccer mom here – and this gig is no joke. Both my kids have grown out of the adorably tumultuous toddler stage, and now they are full-blown K-I-D-S.  Kids with unabashed six-year-old… Continue Reading

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A sand soccer pitch stands ready behind medical office in Virginia Beach’s Corporate Landing area

BY ANGELA HURNI CORPORATE LANDING — People driving down Dam Neck Road or Corporate Landing Parkway may never realize that there is a regulation size sand soccer pitch – or playing field – at Corporate Landing Medical Center. It is a… Continue Reading