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York High's Johnny Cruz, a first team All-Bay Rivers District offensive guard in 2012, will play football this fall at Hampton University. Darlene Martin, Cruz's mom, said her son received a partial scholarship and that grants will make up the balance...
Colleges Track and field: Hampton senior Benita Taylor earned second team All-American honors after she set a school record in the 800 meters over the weekend at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore. with a time of 2:04.72 in the semifinals....
A Wing Zone franchise is expected to open Monday across from Hampton University, Inside Business reported. The store at 1026 Settlers Landing Road, Suite D, will accept university meal plan cards and plans to deliver within a three-mile radius. The...
COLLEGES Softball: Hampton University sophomore pitcher Jailynn Jackson was named to the Puerto Rican national team, which will compete in three tournaments during the summer. Jackson was named the MEAC Pitcher of the Year last season after leading the...
HartfordTecton Architects boasts recent on-boarding of eight promising architectural and interior design candidates advancing firm to 58 strong. The newly created positions reflect a comprehensive plan to support growth across Tecton's diverse markets....
The Office of Human Affairs, which serves the cities of Newport News and Hampton, offers innovative solutions and collaborative strategies to help low-income families and the working poor overcome their short- and long-term economic setbacks while...
Colleges Men’s tennis: Virginia senior Jarmere Jenkins lost to Ohio State junior Blaz Rola 7-6 (10-8), 6-4 in the singles final, but rebounded to win the doubles title at the NCAA championships in Urbana, Ill. In Virginia’s 4-3 win over...
More than 150 volunteers arrived early Friday morning to place small American flags next to the nearly 27,800 grave markers at Hampton National Cemetery. Because of the large response, work was completed within the first hour volunteers were asked to...
Marsha “Dianne” Mason entered eternal rest Monday, May 13. She was born Feb. 17, 1951, to the late Jesse E. and Eugenia Mason in Nicholasville. Dianne was preceded in death by her brother, Mario Cretus Mason; grandparents Clay and Beulah...
Kapri Doucet, a star at running back and defensive back for Bruton High the past three seasons, has received his first Division I football scholarship offer - from Hampton University. Doucet, a fixture on the All-Bay Rivers District football team...
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Among the very best views of the sprawling fugitive slave village that rose up in the ruins of Hampton during the Civil War is a December 1864 photograph taken by famed photographer Timothy O'Sullivan. Probably shot from the roof or cupola of the city's...
Marsha “Dianne” Mason entered eternal rest on Monday, May 13. She was born Feb. 17, 1951 to the late Jesse E. and Eugenia Mason in Nicholasville. Dianne was preceded in death by her brother, Mario Cretus Mason, grandparents Clay and Beulah...
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