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Owner of condemned Newport News apartment owes city $70,000 in water bills

As the residents of a 15-story apartment building moved out under court order Friday morning, a city spokeswoman said the tower’s owner owes the city $70,000 in water bills. A judge condemned the building Tuesday after the city complained that the owner had failed to address a number of problems, and gave the residents 48 hours to leave until the problems were addressed. The building is owned ...
NEWPORT NEWS, VA
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Residents plead to stay after Newport News apartment building condemned

Residents were given just a 48-hour notice to vacate the 15-story tower for safety issues. Residents plead to stay after Newport News apartment …. Hiawatha Drive fire in Virginia Beach ruled accidental. Hampton Roads Transit raising pay for workers. Driver flees after crashing into Portsmouth apartment …. 14-year-old with autism...
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A Place to Bury Strangers at the Music Hall of Williamsburg / June 6, 2022

A Place to Bury Strangers brutally batters instruments and eardrums at their concerts. At the Music Hall of Williamsburg, guitarist/vocalist Oliver Ackermann violently destroyed his guitar within the first 10 minutes of the performance, repeatedly throwing it high into the air and deliberately not attempting to catch it before it smashed into pieces against the stage floor; later guitars also suffered his unmerciful abuse. Bassist John Fedowitz and drummer Sandra Fedowitz were equally aggressive in the manner in which they played their instruments. They played fast, hard-pounding rhythms while Ackermann experimented with whatever ear-piercing sounds he could draw from his guitars, amplifiers, and distortion devices. That is only the start of the A Place to Bury Strangers concert experience.
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