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Benjamin Rous has been selected as the new associate conductor of the Virginia Symphony. His first assignment here will be conducting the symphony's free outdoor pre-season concerts in August-September. As associate conductor, he'll be responsible for...
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...
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...
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...
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...
A student at Thomas Nelson Community College has won $1 million in a Virginia Lottery scratch-off game. Lottery officials say Jazlyn Leak of Yorktown took the top prize in the $70 Million Payout Spectacular Game. Media outlets report she bought the...
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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HAMPTON— John R. Broderick, president of Old Dominion University, said he had a small gift for graduating Thomas Nelson Community College students Tuesday evening: Ten minutes. Broderick said he was told beforehand he had 20 minutes to give his...
Across the Commonwealth and the nation, May is the season for graduation, commencement and final exercises at colleges and universities. Emotionally charged strains of Pomp and Circumstance will set a tone of solemnity and celebration as graduates, clad...
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...
HAMPTON — Two men pleaded guilty Thursday to shooting a man to death during a 2009 attempted robbery. Evan Francis Stephens and Adam Abdullah Brewer pleaded guilty to murder in the March 27, 2009 death of Johnny Lee Purdie, according to the...
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