| Aug 18, 2009
| 6:49 PM
HAMPTON — Historic Fort Monroe is being eyed as a future home for the National Cold War Museum.
The executive director of the museum has met once with officials from Hampton and the Fort Monroe Federal Area Development Authority to discuss the...
| Jan 12, 2010
| 7:41 PM
Peninsula-area existing-home sales were up 18 percent last month, compared to December 2008.
Double-digit increases in sales in recent months helped buoy the housing market, but it wasn't enough to push year-end sales above 2008 figures.
Sales of all...
| Jan 13, 2010
| 7:19 PM
— Oyster trader Joe Melzer Jr. gets regular visits from the state Department of Health. His business, Pagan River Dockside Seafood Inc., is rarely tagged for a violation.
Not so on a recent December morning. An inspector issued a citation after...
| Feb 4, 2010
| 7:44 PM
Let's say your neighbor decides to build a contraption on his property that would shoot dirty air in your direction and contaminate your soil and water.
And let's say when you object, your neighbor tells you to mind your own blanking business.
| Feb 10, 2010
| 9:49 PM
Peninsula-area foreclosure filings increased 35 percent last month from December.
The 306 filings is also up 21 percent from January 2009's 253 filings, according to RealtyTrac, which compiles foreclosure statistics.
Across the nation, foreclosure...
| Feb 16, 2010
| 8:09 PM
ISLE OF WIGHT — Pollutants emitted by a 1,500-megawatt coal-fueled power plant proposed for Surry County could have far-reaching, long-lasting health and environmental fallouts for Hampton Roads, according to a spokesman with the Chesapeake Bay...
| Feb 1, 2004
| 8:15 AM
In the history of the American people, many places are precious. But none reaches back so far -- or did so much to shape the nation's identity -- as the first permanent English settlement at Jamestown. Twelve years after the first colonists landed in 1607...