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Fort Eustis

Fort Eustis
Fort Eustis is an United States Army military installation located in Newport News, Virginia.
Fort Eustis is an United States Army military installation located in Newport News, Virginia. « Show less

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  • THE SCARS OF ABUSE: A mother's regret

    THE SCARS OF ABUSE: A mother's regret
    NEWPORT NEWS — On the way to the hospital, 17-month-old Angeli Callender laid in her mother's arms. She could barely breathe. Lillian Callender tried to give her daughter CPR, but it didn't work. It was March 1, 2010, and Callender's last chance to...
  • Health Notes: Care-A-Van coming to a Hampton Roads neighborhood near you

    <span style=color:#ff0000><b>Health Notes:</b></span> Care-A-Van coming to a Hampton Roads neighborhood near you
    The Bon Secours Care-A-Van is a mobile medical unit that travels throughout Hampton Roads providing health care to adults and children who are uninsured. All services are free, but donations are welcome. It provides general medical care -- treatment...
  • NN students rewarded for fight against childhood obesity

    Three groups of young people in Newport News have been awarded grants of up to $1,000 each for their efforts to raise awareness and action to reduce the numbers of obese children in Virginia. (Currently the national numbers hover around one in three is...
  • Grafton girls edge Jamestown in Bay Rivers swim meet; Tabb boys win (updated with full results)

    Grafton's girls edged Jamestown 305-304 to earn the Bay Rivers District swim meet late Friday at Fort Eustis. Tabb prevailed for the boys. Grafton girls coach Whitney Riefler said the district title came down to the final race, the 400-freestyle relay....
  • Community news: Grafton's Spitz bowls 800 series in Youth City tournament

    Patrick Spitz of Grafton High School didn't know just how special the 800 series he'd bowled on Feb. 16 really was; that is, until Sunday afternoon. It was extra special — believed to be a first in the history of the 49th annual Youth City Bowling...
  • Young people's prospects soar with flight program

    For more than 30 years Linwood DeBrew has worked to keep local kids off the streets — particularly in the southeast area near Moton Community House, where he is executive director. Now DeBrew is raising the standards, hoping to help lift a new crop...
  • Richmond man's death in Iraq leaves five fatherless

    Daryl Booker called his father in Surry County just before Christmas last year and told him not to worry. Booker, an Army National Guardsman who grew up in Richmond, had been in Iraq since October. He'd survived a couple close calls, Earnest Hardy Sr....
  • A fallen warrior in Smithfield

    The American flag hung perfectly from the casket, its stripes running precisely across the top, its stars hanging dramatically from the side. A framed picture propped up nearby showed off Army Sgt. Michael Peek's boyish grin. Bright eyes hinted at a love...
  • 'I was and am so proud of him'

    Army Private 1st Class Aaron Gautier knew what it felt like to get shot at, he told his father last weekend when he called home from Iraq. "He said it came from a crowd of civilians," Dan Gautier said Friday. "He described the sound -- a cracking through...
  • Soldier 'never met a stranger'

    When Doug Horner learned that his brother had been killed in Iraq, he couldn't get the image of an enemy rifleman out of his mind. Army Sgt. Bruce Horner -- a 43-year-old, 18-year military veteran from Newport News -- was killed June 1 by a sniper in...
  • I wish I wished Mason well

    It wasn't long after the U.S. invaded Iraq in early 2003 that the Defense Department started sending out the announcements of troops killed in action. The simple facts-only e-mails hit my in-box with a thud. I opened each with trepidation, fearing...
  • Dad is left with letter from soldier son

    When Army Staff Sgt. Jonathan Kilian Dozier first arrived in Iraq last year, he sat down to pen what would be the only handwritten letter he'd send home to his father in Chesapeake. "It was just news, telling me what was going on," Carl Dozier, a retired...