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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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  • Medical facilities in Newport News

    HOSPITALS AND MAJOR MEDICAL CENTERS Mary Immaculate Hospital. 2 Bernardine Drive (near Denbigh Boulevard), Newport News. 886-6000. www.bonsecourshamptonroads.com/facilities/maryimm.html Riverside Regional Medical Center. 500 J. Clyde Morris Blvd.,...
  • Lives, careers start here in Norfolk

    Community colleges, technical schools, graduate schools and more. No matter what type of education you're looking for, it's available here in Hampton Roads. Eastern Virginia Medical School. Norfolk. Public. About 800 students in master's and doctorate...
  • Lives, careers start here in Hampton

    Community colleges, technical schools, graduate schools and more. No matter what type of education you're looking for, it's available here in Hampton Roads. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Florida-based, with students at branch campuses at...
  • Helpful hands in Hampton

    These organizations and clubs provide information and support for a variety of health and social issues. Access Aids Care Center for Education and Support Services, Hampton, 722-5511; Norfolk, 640-0929, accessaids.org (formerly full circle CANDII) Adult...
  • Do! the festivals

    National recording artists, arts and crafts and great food abound at many of the festivals held throughout Hampton Roads. Here's a sampling from our region: JUNE Hampton Blackbeard Festival. June 5-7. Authentic re-enactment of the Golden Age of...
  • Helpful Hands: Organizations provide support for health, social issues in Hampton Roads

    These organizations and clubs provide information and support for a variety of health and social issues. AARP's Senior Employment Service Program, Norfolk (main office), 625-7001; Peninsula office, 727-4705; aarp.org. Access Aids Care Center for...
  • NN Victory Arch conceived after 'Great War'

    The Newport News Victory Arch rose from the shadow of the war to end all wars and an inscribed tablet paid tribute to 32 fallen soldiers. People return to the arch on days like today because that war never lived up to its legacy, and because that...
  • Childhood at Fort Monroe included German POWs

    Childhood at Fort Monroe included German POWs
    HAMPTON — It wasn't so much the march of fascism that got Bob Ballou's attention in the 1940s. It was homesick Germans at Fort Monroe who would teach an American child how to play stickball. It was the 8-inch "invaders" who landed with tiny...
  • STORY: 1990 murder defendant seeking a new day in court

    One day soon, David Wayne Boyce predicts, the justice system will finally exonerate him and set him free. Boyce was sentenced to two life prison terms in 1991 in a Newport News capital murder and robbery case. But after 19 years of fighting to be heard,...
  • From history to industry, the James River defines us

    From history to industry, the James River defines us
    Not being recognized at work can be awkward. There is typically a pause, followed by a stammer, and maybe some blushing. The exchange seldom involves automatic weapons. Unless you are Carrie Curran, harbormaster at Fort Eustis. A machine gun-carrying...
  • Hampton Roads sends more help to Haiti; N.C. Marines resupply relief zone

    Hampton Roads sends more help to Haiti; N.C. Marines resupply relief zone
    A second earthquake in Haiti provided a rude wake-up call to another busy day for sailors aboard the Norfolk-based USS Bataan. By lunchtime, the versatile amphibious assault ship had sent out a helicopter to assess damage and had taken on additional...
  • 2003 Citizens of the Year: The soldiers of the 7th Transportation Group who volunteer at An Achievable Dream

    Dreamers: Attention! Left face. Soldiers: Attention! Inspect the class. As Sgt. Arthur Shoto Jr. shouts out the order, children line up in the gym at An Achievable Dream Academy in Newport News. A soldier starts down each line, clipboard in hand....