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  • Inside the PD: Thursday games off, Friday on hold

    As expected, schools are off again for Thursday. Which means another round of postponements in area basketball As for Friday's games, that again will depend on whether schools are open or closed in Newport News, Hampton and Gloucester. Here’s...
  • Inside the PD: K'Tan sophomore piles up big numbers; Warwick changes courses

    Inside the PD: K'Tan sophomore piles up big numbers; Warwick changes courses
    Rewinding the week that was in Peninsula District football, in which a sophomore quarterback put up big-time numbers, Warwick’s frustrating season reached a boiling point, and Heritage barely survived an upset bid that would taken something off this...
  • Tuesday's 11:59 p.m. UPDATE: High school results (including some reported Wednesday)

    Field hockey Tabb 7, Grafton 0 Warhill 2, New Kent 0 Nansemond River 4, Phoebus 0 Lancaster 3, Christchurch 1   WARWICK 5, HAMPTON 0 Half: 2-0. Goals: Lacey Elliott 2, Shawnee Elliott, Charlotte Knipp, Blake Crowson. Assists: Amelia Lawrence, L....
  • Contraband slave decision paved way to emancipation

     Contraband slave decision paved way to emancipation
    Long after the Civil War ended, the Fort Monroe general who made one of the conflict's most momentous decisions insisted that he understood its significance from the beginning. But on the late May 1861 day that Maj. Gen. Benjamin F. Butler granted...
  • Phoebus comes back for 35-14 win over Woodside after trailing at halftime

    HAMPTON — For the first time since its opener, way back on Aug. 24 in a loss to DeMatha, Phoebus found itself on the wrong end of the halftime score. But Phantoms coach Jeremy Blunt made one simple adjustment. "We had to get ourselves here," he...
  • Virginia Bacon Festival coming up Oct. 5 in Norfolk

    Virginia Bacon Festival coming up Oct. 5 in Norfolk
    It had to happen eventually...the first local Virginia Bacon Festival. Sponsored by Smithfield and featuring dishes prepared by area chefs, the event will take place from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, on the Scope Plaza in downtown Norfolk....
  • Inside the PD: Live updates from Phoebus-Hampton

    Phoebus 42, Hampton 0 FINAL   _______________________________________________ Phoebus......................14......7......21......0...............42 Hampton......................0.......0.......0.......0................0 ______________________...
  • 11:59 p.m. Wednesday UPDATE: High school results in many sports

    Cross country Girls GRAFTON QUAD MEET Peninsula Catholic runners also competed in the 5-kilometer race but were not factored into team scores. Team scores: Grafton 21, Tabb 35 Grafton 15, Poquoson 50 Grafton 16, New Kent 46 Tabb 15, Poquoson 49 New Kent...
  • Phoebus-DeMatha tickets on sale every Wednesday through Aug. 21

    Tickets for Phoebus High's opening football game against DeMatha of Hyattsville, Md., will be sold at the Phoebusgym each Wednesday until the game on Aug. 24. The game starts at 6 p.m. at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex. Tickets are $10 across the...
  • Phoebus gains a new restaurant

    Phoebus gains a new restaurant
    The Phoebus section of Hampton gains a new restaurant with the opening of The Point on Aug. 10 in the space formerly occupied by Paul’s Restaurant. Cat Kane, who owns the restaurant with Joshua Stivers, has put together a menu featuring crab cakes...
  • Football: Phoebus DT Lewis leads Class of '15 on Peninsula, according to ESPN

    Defensive tackle Harry Lewis from Phoebus High, at No. 151, is the only Peninsula-area player in the first release of ESPN’s 2015 Junior 300 football recruiting list. Lewis, a 6-foot, 253-pound junior, already lists scholarship offers from Virginia...
  • New Gloucester football coach wants to overcome program's past

    New Gloucester football coach wants to overcome program's past
    Having spent most of his life in the western portion of the commonwealth, Brandon Kelley wasn't so far away that he hadn't heard of the Peninsula District. When one league produces 14 state champions in a 20-year period, its name tends to get out. So...