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RawDu’gie Drops ‘Put Me In Coach’ Project + Music Video

Rapping is just too easy for this fresh artist making his big debut. RawDu’gie is an up and coming rapper from PD District Hampton/Newport News. He always had interest in making music but never thought about taking it seriously as a career. It wasn’t until he saw the rise in the Virginia music scene when he felt the motivation to believe he can do it too. He saw how the music scene was small but had potential to make something big where he can make a living for himself off something he loves. When it comes to his upbringing, Raw experienced the same everyday struggles and realized nothing is given to you and you have to hustle hard to get everything you want. He finds motivation in networking with others and coming into contact with those that support his music career. As for the music, he is ready for people to hear all that he’s got with his new project. RawDu’gie is progressing by the day and his future in music is bright. With how the VA music scene is coming up, this rapper will get his shine in no time.

No explosive devices found in Hampton apartment, police say

HAMPTON, Va. — UPDATE: No explosive devices were found inside a Hampton apartment complex following an investigation and evacuation of the building Wednesday, according to police. Shortly after 12:30 p.m., the Hampton Police Division said it was investigating a possible explosive device inside an apartment located in the 100...
Restaurant Review

Top 5 Most Popular Fried Chicken Restaurants in Newport News, Virginia

This list is based on prior customer reviews. The craze for Korean fried chicken was started in big cities like New York City and Los Angeles. But now, it has increased so much that the people of small towns like Newport News also love it. And while talking about KFC (Korean fried chicken) eateries, this restaurant is one of the best in the entire USA.

Editorial: New approach to youth offenders

An innovative way of dealing with teenagers who get into trouble, set for its Virginia debut in Newport News this summer, offers a promising alternative to traditional courts. If all goes well, the new youth court could become an important part of the broader effort to deal with the juvenile crime that’s increasingly a problem in Hampton Roads. The official name of the new effort is the Youth ...
WAVY News 10

In-Demand Career Degree Programs

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – When you’re choosing a career path, it’s important to have the appropriate skills and industry training to help you not only succeed, but also advance in your chosen field. Angela Haywood from Bryant & Stratton College joined us with some helpful advice. Bryant...

VISAA Tournaments: Semifinal schedules for baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, tennis

Baseball Division I semifinals Friday at Shepherd Stadium in Colonial Heights Collegiate vs. Cape Henry, 4:30 p.m. Miller vs. St. Christopher’s, 7 p.m. Division II semifinals Friday at Shepherd Stadium in Colonial Heights Steward vs. Highland, 11:30 a.m. Isle of Wight Academy vs. Greenbrier Christian, 2 p.m. Division III semifinals Thursday at Shepherd Stadium in Colonial Heights Kenston ...

DN-R: EMU’s Lee takes unique path to JMU

EMU baseball player Jaylon Lee announced yesterday that he will play for D-1 James Madison University next year. Lee, named May 13 as the 2022 All-ODAC First Team, has one year of eligibility remaining. He was a this season. Lee has signed to spend the summer with the Harrisonburg Turks in the Valley League. In 2021, while playing for the Woodstock River Bandits and representing the North team in the All-Star Game, he earned team MVP honors.

Port Warwick Summer Concert Series 2022

The Port Warwick Summer Concert Series is back! The FREE concerts are held Wednesdays from 6 – 9 p.m., May 25 – August 31, at William Styron Square in Newport News. Bring your own lawn chairs (no tents unless you are a sponsor), blankets, food and drinks (beer and wine are allowed). There will be a great selection of food trucks to purchase from or enjoy the music and dine on one of Port Warwick restaurant patios. FREE parking for the concerts is available in the Sentara parking lot. Now in its 17th year, the Port Warwick Summer Concert Series was the first free outdoor summer concert series in the area and has become one of the most popular and well-attended weekly outdoor events in Newport News. The concerts are comprised of a broad musical variety including jazz, blues, rock and roll, samba and folk. Visit the event website for the complete schedule of performers.