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A Thomas Nelson Community College student from Yorktown won a $1 million prize in a Virginia Lottery game, officials announced Wednesday. Jazlyn Leak won the prize playing the state’s $70 million Payout Spectacular, a Scratcher game where...
The third annual Peninsula "Changing Lives" breakfast highlights many of the success stories of the Urban League of Hampton Roads, Inc. When: 8:30 a.m. May 22 Where: Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, Wythe Hall Cost: Free For more...
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Don't miss the Peninsula Executive Leadership Forum with Gen. Mike Hostage, commander of the Air Combat Command headquartered at Langley Air Force Base on May 14. This forum regularly presents top level executives from premier Peninsula businesses to...
Community business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of world-renowned leaders by attending the Chick-fil-A Leadercast from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday at Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton. Chick-fil-A Leadercast is a one-day...
The Hampton Acoustic Blues Revival returns on Saturday, March 9, with a dual mission. It's honoring two Virginia blues greats who have passed on -- John Cephas and Ann Rabson -- while also adding fuel to a living tradition. This year's mini-festival...
Warwick football player David Smith, a first-team All-Peninsula District pick last fall, committed to the U.S. Naval Academy over the weekend. Smith chose the Midshipmen over a list of offers that included William and Mary, Hampton University and...
Virginia's own boogie piano queen, Ann Rabson, came to Hampton years back to play the Hampton Acoustic Blues Revival. While it hasn't been announced yet, I'm betting this year's festival will pay tribute to her in some way. Rabson died this week....
Smithfield High athletic director Miles Blount said that Brian White, the Packers' baseball coach the past few seasons, had to give up the job because the responsibilities of running his own business took up so much time. Blount’s solution was to...
A beloved musician from Virginia's blues scene, Ann Rabson, passed away today, according to a news release from Alligator Records. The release said that Rabson died in her hometown of Fredericksburg after a long battle with cancer. She was 67. Best...
Four Gloucester Point residents are seeking the open seat on the Gloucester County School Board that was vacated upon the death of longtime member Jean Pugh. The four candidates for the open position are: --Troy Andersen, a Gloucester County native...
If I were to choose one word to describe Nikki Giovanni, it would be this: Convicted. I mean that in every good way. I mean that in the sense of a woman who stands proudly, and publicly, for her beliefs. Of course, so many other words come to mind,...
When the Virginia Peninsula Literary Consortium announced last month that tickets were available to see world-renowned poet Nikki Giovanni at Thomas Nelson Community College on October 4, local poetry lovers snapped up those tickets like they were free...
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