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Wall Street Praises City of Norfolk’s Financial Management
Rating agencies reaffirm strong bond ratings. Years of strategic investments in the city are paying off for taxpayers. Read on...
World War I Symposium: “1916: Sex, Planes, and Disasters”
In another in a series of programs that bring military history to life, Norfolk’s MacArthur Memorial is hosting a two-day World War I Symposium called “1916: Sex, Planes, and Disasters.” Read on...
Bulk Waste Notice
To help residents clean up after Tropical Storm Hermine, there is no need to request bulk yard waste pickups throughout the month of September. Public Works crews will collect bulk waste on your regularly scheduled trash pickup day. Read on...
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Jazz, Food, Festivals, Visual Arts 
Celebrate Norfolk's rich music, arts and festival offerings during early fall. On Oct. 1, the Chelsea West Festival celebrates local crafters, musicians, beers and brews. The Children's Festival (above) fills Town Point Park. That evening, the Virginia Symphony takes us back to the music of Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong at Chrysler Hall. 

Visual Arts Week kicks off with the Chesapeake Bay Art Association Ocean View Art Festival, Oct. 8 & 9 and, after a full week celebrating the visual arts in Norfolk, concludes with the Stockley Gardens Arts Festival Oct. 15 & 16. On the same weekend, the Wine Festival showcases 30 wineries at Town Point Park. Check out more of Fall's Fresh Finds. 

And in a preview to the next season, the call has just gone out for volunteers to sign up for the Grand Illumination Parade, November 19.  

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