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MacArthur Memorial to Commemorate 70th Anniversary of World War II’s End
On August, 15, 2015, the MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, VA will host a series of events to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the end of World War II in 1945. Read on...
Hampton Boulevard Lane Closures Scheduled this Weekend
Final paving along Hampton Boulevard to take place July 31-August 4 Read on...
Youth Invited to Participate in Shoot Hoops, Not Guns Basketball Tournament
The City of Norfolk’s Department of Neighborhood Development is sponsoring its Second Annual Shoot Hoops, Not Guns Basketball Tournament. Read on...
Deadline for Cooling Assistance Extended to Aug. 17
The application deadline for Cooling Assistance is Monday, August 17 for both online and paper applications. Read on...
Demolition begins on old Norfolk General District Court
Phase two includes the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court and the law library that will be built on the site of the Old General District Court Building. Read on...
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Join Us!City Manager Listening Tour
On Thursday, August 6, from 5:00-8:00PM at the Second Patrol Division, 2500 N. Military Highway. We want to hear from you! What should Norfolk focus on in the next 3, 5 or 10 years?
In addition to a discussion, participate in an interactive experience centered around key initiatives in Norfolk including Community Policing, Norfolk First, Complete Streets, Public Schools, and more. Details  

Let Us Fill You In On The 22 Stories About The Main Let Us Fill You In On The 22 Stories About The Main 
The Main is worth the investment. Why? The city will own The Exchange, a unique, hi-tech conference center with the largest grand ballroom in Virginia. The Main is putting people to work – 1,500 permanent and construction jobs. The Main will generate at least $2 million in direct tax revenue to build roads, support schools. Community and business leaders support it. The market demands it.
This is the way cities are built. Read more www.norfolk.gov/themain

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