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Crowds on Buckroe Beach during a hot summer day, June 29, 2020.
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Local researchers think home price and rent cost increases will be marginal, focused in tourist-heavy neighborhoods.
Restored shoreline from the first phases of cleanup at Money Point in Chesapeake along the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River.
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Virginia’s recently approved budget gives $3.75 million for the final phase of a decades-long cleanup effort.
Virginia Beach's ViBe District will add more painted neighborhood identifiers in its first Street Art Festival starting May 30.
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Fifteen artists will paint murals in Virginia Beach’s arts district during the first-ever Street Art Festival May 30 to June 2.
A measure that would have allowed collective bargaining for city employees failed in April. Council discussed adding the issue to November’s ballot as a referendum.
On May 10, the Shenandoah County School Board reversed a 2020 decision by a previous board to rebrand two schools previously named after Confederate Generals Turner Ashby, Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.

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