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​​Missing 14-year-old Windsor girl found

A 14-year-old Windsor girl reported missing over the weekend has been found. Alexia “Lexi” Noelle Mahone was located unharmed in Portsmouth, according to an Aug. 10 news release from the Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office, nearly a week after being last seen leaving her home in the Clyde’s Dale Mobile Home Community by her mother on Aug. 4.
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Motorcyclist dies after head-on crash in Isle of Wight County; Suffolk man charged

A 57-year-old motorcyclist died two days after a head-on collision in Smithfield with a driver who state police say was driving recklessly. Virginia State Police responded to the crash just after 5 p.m. Sunday on Nike Park Road, off Battery Park Road. The preliminary investigation found that Richard Wayne Hillis, of Smithfield, was riding east on a 2022 Indian Challenger motorcycle east when a ...

Portsmouth City Council votes to name a street after hometown hero Missy Elliott

Rapper and Hip Hop artist Missy Elliott is being honored with a street in her name in her hometown. On Tuesday, August 9th, the City Council members of Portsmouth, Virginia voted unanimously to change the name of a 1-mile (1.6 km) section of McLean Street to Missy Elliott Boulevard. Portsmouth resident Erin Carter who is a fan of Elliott made the request for a name change.
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The Best Seafood Restaurants in Chesapeake, Virginia (Opinion)

Are you looking for the best seafood restaurants in Chesapeake, Virginia? Then you should check out these top restaurants. The Crab Claw has been a favorite seafood restaurant in Chesapeake for years, thanks to its delicious dishes like Crab Cake Benedict and Crab Imperial. This spot also has a wide variety of fresh seafood items like crab legs, salmon, and tilapia.
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A woman didn’t show up for jury duty in Norfolk federal court. She was fined $300.

A woman was fined $300 in federal court in Norfolk Monday for failing to show up for jury duty last year, as well as multiple “show cause” hearings afterwards. U.S. District Court Judge Raymond A. Jackson passed down the fine, saying the woman had “put this court through a lot of trouble.” The juror was initially called for jury duty Oct. 28. When she didn’t appear, the woman was served with a ...
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Missy Elliott To Have Street Named After Her In Virginia

Portsmouth, VA – Missy Elliott has received one of the highest honors from her hometown of Portsmouth, Virginia, where she’ll have a street named after her. According to WTKR, Portsmouth City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday night (August 9) to rename a local street to Missy Elliott Boulevard.
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Soldier's assault suit against officers can proceed to trial

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — A U.S. Army lieutenant who was pepper-sprayed, struck and handcuffed during a traffic stop in Virginia can present his claims of false imprisonment and assault and battery to a jury, a federal judge has ruled. But the summary judgment Tuesday said federal immunity laws shield the two officers involved from facing Caron Nazario’s claims that they violated the Black and Hispanic soldier’s constitutional protections against excessive force and unreasonable seizure, as well as his right to free speech by allegedly threatening him with arrest if he complained about their behavior. U.S. District Judge Roderick C. Young also ruled that the officer who initially pulled Nazario over is liable for illegally searching for a gun in the soldier’s SUV in violation of the U.S. Constitution and Virginia law, leaving the question of damages on that point up to a jury. Nazario had a concealed carry permit. The December 2020 traffic stop of the uniformed military officer in the small town of Windsor drew national attention and outrage after Nazario sued in April 2021, citing police body camera images and his cell phone video of the encounter. He was never charged with a crime.
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