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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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  • Friday's 12/20 local schedule (updated Thurs. AM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Goucher at William and Mary, 7 Women’s basketball Virginia University of Lynchburg at Norfolk State, 4 HIGH SCHOOLS Boys basketball Phoebus at Norcom, 8 Lafayette at New Kent, 7 Appomattox Regional Governor’s...
  • Wednesday's 12/18 local schedule (updated Mon. PM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Hampton at Northern Kentucky, 7 College of Charleston at Old Dominion, 7 Salisbury at Christopher Newport, 7:30 Women’s basketball Salisbury at Christopher Newport, 5:30 Radford at William and Mary, 7 Hampton at...
  • Tuesday's 12/17 local schedule (updated Mon. AM)

    Tuesday's 12/17 local schedule (updated Mon. AM)
    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Virginia Wesleyan at Mary Washington, 5 Women’s basketball East Carolina at Norfolk State, 6 Virginia Wesleyan at Susquehanna (Pa.), 6 HIGH SCHOOLS Boys basketball Kecoughtan at Hampton, 7 Phoebus at Gloucester, 7...
  • Friday's 12/13 local schedule (updated Thurs. AM)

    Friday's 12/13 local schedule (updated Thurs. AM)
    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Johnson University Florida Holiday Classic (in Kissimmee): Including: Apprentice vs. Trinity (Fla.), 4 HIGH SCHOOLS Boys basketball Gloucester at Kecoughtan, 7 Bethel at Menchville, 7 Heritage at Warwick, 7 Denbigh at...
  • Speeding along with a legislative proposal for Interstate driving

    Here's a bill to be appreciated by any of us who have muttered unkind thoughts about that truck in the left lane of I-64 driving 61 miles an hour while passing the other truck doing 60. Del. Israel O'Quinn, R-Bristol, has introduced a bill that would...
  • Pearl Harbor triggered immediate response in military-minded Hampton Roads

    Pearl Harbor triggered immediate response in military-minded Hampton Roads
    More than 70 years after the first Japanese bomb exploded at Pearl Harbor, it can be hard to imagine how people here responded when the news reached Hampton Roads. Theaters interrupted their screenings to call servicemen to duty. Radio stations broke...
  • Celebration in Lights brightens Newport News Park

    Celebration in Lights brightens Newport News Park
    More than 800,000 lights transform Newport News Park into a holiday wonderland for this year's Celebration in Lights display. The 21st season opened on Thanksgiving and continues through Jan. 1. Along the two-mile road that winds through the park,...
  • 90 years of remembering America's wars

    90 years of remembering America's wars
    When it comes to the business of war and national defense, no part of the United States has a longer or deeper record than Hampton Roads. Even before Washington's victory at Yorktown ensured the independence of a country that has fought in more than...
  • Fort Eustis soldiers to return from Kuwait

    About 20 soldiers from the 393rd Harbor Master Detachment, 10 Battalion, 7th Sustainment Brigade, will return to Fort Eustis Monday after spending nine months at Kuwait Naval Base. The welcome-home ceremony is set for 5 p.m. at McClellan Fitness Center....
  • 2013 homicides on the Peninsula

    HOMICIDES ON THE PENINSULA IN 2013   HAMPTON 1.       Jan. 1 –Brayden Joseph Whalen (6 months, Hampton) died from injuries sustained during an assault on Dec. 29.  Daniel Lunsford (21, Hampton), Brayden’s mother’s boyfriend, and...
  • Commissaries reopen after six days

    Commissaries reopen after six days
    Commissaries on military bases in the United States reopened today after a six-day closure. Although the government shutdown is still in effect, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Saturday that the Pentagon would recall most of its 350,000 furloughed...
  • A woodworker's last hurrah

    A woodworker's last hurrah
    YORK COUNTY — An electric scroll saw has been Hugh Kalns' friend for decades. The machine helped him achieve a degree of fame in eastern Virginia's crafting community. Delicate, lace-like carvings of angels, kittens, Christmas wreathes, even...