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City of Norfolk Offices to Close in Observance of Independence Day
The City of Norfolk’s government offices, including City Hall, will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2015 in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Read on...
Monticello Ave from 19th St to 26th St has re-opened
Monticello Ave from 19th St to 26th St re-opened all lanes today. Read on...
Free Community Emergency Response Team Training Offered
The Community Emergency Response Team program trains volunteers to safely help themselves and others in the immediate aftermath of an emergency or disaster with both knowledge and hands-on skills. Read on...
Keep Norfolk Beautiful Participates in Keep America Beautiful’s Cigarette Litter Pilot Campaign
Keep Norfolk Beautiful (KNB) is participating in Keep America Beautiful’s (KAB) regional pilot campaign, “Cigarette butts = litter.” Read on...
Approved FY2016 Budget Available Online
The Approved FY 2016 Budget is the culmination of joint efforts to achieve a leaner government, while providing and maintaining more effective services to our neighborhoods and most vulnerable citizens. Read on...
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Read to the Rhythm this Summer

Read to the Rhythm this Summer
The Norfolk Public Library calendar is full of events centering the “Read to the Rhythm” summer reading program. All ages can participate, from babies to adults. Read books, attend free events, and earn prizes and incentives. Details | Video Intro

Coming Next Year a Boxing CenterComing Next Year – a Boxing Center
Through creative use of 13,000 square ft. of space inside Harbor Park, the city is building a year-round boxing facility. VIDEO

A conversation about elephants & white rhinos
New guidelines that elephants be housed in groups of three has started a conversation about what is best for the Virginia Zoo’s two elderly elephants; and for the Zoo’s commitment to endangered species. Zoo director discusses options on NorfolkTV | Background

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