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By QuaWanna Bannarbie My best friend’s 11-year-old daughter was visiting with us recently and on the drive to take her home, I asked “do you ... Read more
To the editor: I am writing in response to the article titled “When you grow up,” published in your newspaper on March 24. It is ... Read more
A couple of sayings come to mind when we think of all the things local folks have done to help their neighbors get through this ... Read more
By Chris Quilpa I had my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine lately at The First and Finest, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, where I used ... Read more
March 20 or 21 each year marks the vernal equinox. The 24-hour day is split into 12 hours as the sun crosses the equator. The ... Read more
Vaccinations, long regarded as our light at the end of the tunnel of this pandemic, are available to quite a number of Virginians now and ... Read more
By Tonya S. Swindell God is always active, even when I am not. He keeps planning and preparing; and He never really stops. When I ... Read more
By Kenya Smith I was heartbroken to see what happened in Atlanta on March 16. A gunman shot up two day spas, killing eight people, ... Read more
After a sluggish start of the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines to the 1B group back in January, the Western Tidewater Health District seems to ... Read more
To the editor: There are reprobate minds that laugh at the preachers who willingly pick up poisonous snakes to prove their faith and then die ... Read more