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  • Newport News businessman receives SBA honor

    Newport News businessman receives SBA honor
    The U.S. Small Business Administration Richmond District Office recognized Devon Henry, the President and CEO of Team Henry Enterprises LLC as the Small Business Person of the Year, according to a recent news release. The SBA Richmond Office held...
  • Marsh to ABC, Algie Howell to parole board

    Now we know why state Sen. Henry Marsh and Del. Algie Howell resigned early from the General Assembly. Gov. Terry McAuliffe tapped them both today for jobs in his administration. McAuliffe named Marsh one of three commissioners to the state's...
  • Sister celebrates her 50th jubilee

    Sister celebrates her 50th jubilee
    Sister Elaine Davia is marking her 50th year with the Sisters of Bon Secours, a religious congregation of Roman Catholic women headquartered in Marriottsville. The Sisters of Bon Secours celebrated her 50th jubilee with a Mass and a meal last month....
  • Hampton Roads: Free testing, early diagnosis keeping HIV in check

    Hampton Roads: Free testing, early diagnosis keeping HIV in check
    The most effective way to reduce the transmission of HIV is its early diagnosis and treatment. In Hampton Roads, where the incidence is the highest in the state — ahead of both Richmond and Northern Virginia — about four out of five are...
  • Former York High teacher wants melanoma awareness

    Former York High teacher wants melanoma awareness
    Prayer, positive thinking and participation in a clinical trial using a drug as-yet unapproved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have got her to this point. Last June, when Rebecca Ballard, then an English teacher at York High School, was...
  • ACC All Access: Former Virginia Tech forward Marshall Wood transfers to Richmond

    After spending two seasons at Virginia Tech, Marshall Wood has found a new home at Richmond to continue his college basketball career. Wood, a 6-foot-8, 230-pound forward from Rustburg, has transferred to Richmond, according to the school's official...
  • Virginia mental health advocate Mary Ann Bergeron retiring after 25 years

    Virginia mental health advocate Mary Ann Bergeron retiring after 25 years
    The 2007 Virginia Tech shootings and "the November tragedy," the death of state Sen. Creigh Deeds' son in November 2013, marked the low points in her 25 years working in Virginia's mental health system. Both resulted in needed legislative changes and...
  • Slew of new laws hit Virginia's books

    Slew of new laws hit Virginia's books
    RICHMOND — Hundreds of new laws take effect Tuesday, and you probably won't notice most of them. But one would have caught just about everyone's attention if it hadn't gone into effect: The new state budget. It directs $96 billion in state and...
  • Divergent views on exporting gas through bay

    LUSBY - Dominion Resources' proposal to build a liquefied natural gas export facility is dividing residents of the quiet town of Lusby on the Chesapeake Bay. Some, like longtime resident Tracey Eno, are worried about increased air pollution. "That can't...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: U.Va.'s Mitchell, UNC's McAdoo, others line up NBA summer-league deals

    NBA: Former Virginia forward Akil Mitchell signed a free-agent deal with the Houston Rockets and said he will play for them in a summer league. Mitchell's defense and rebounding were crucial in the Cavaliers' drive to the ACC regular-season and...
  • McCorory takes second in semifinal, advances to U.S. women's 400-meter final

    Hampton native Francena McCorory advanced to the final in the 400-meter dash at track and field's U.S. outdoor championships in Sacramento, Calif. The former Bethel High and Hampton University star finished in 50.05 seconds, runner-up in her heat to...
  • Daily Press boys tennis player of the year: Menchville's Austen Delnicki

    Daily Press boys tennis player of the year: Menchville's Austen Delnicki
    He wasn't tested much early in the season, but when it counted most, Austen Delnicki delivered. By capturing the PenSouth Conference 10 singles championship and earning runner-up honors in the Group 5A South Region, the Menchville sophomore became the...