Tag: Hampton

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Drug dealing pimp sentenced to 18 years in prison

A drug dealer who used his drug supply to coerce women into prostitution was sentenced Monday to 18 years in prison.


business

MAXIMUS to invest $1.87 million to establish customer support center in Hampton

MAXIMUS will invest $1.87 million to establish a customer support center in the City of Hampton.


uva basketball

Inside the Numbers: UVA gets win, starters get rest

With a 19-point halftime lead that ballooned into the 30s in the second half, top seed UVA was able to get rest for its starters as Thursday’s first-round NCAA Tournament game with Hampton wound down.


UVA Athletics

Strong start: Top seed UVA takes care of business

Top seed UVA had been in this position before. As a top seed in 2014, the Cavs trailed #16 seed Coastal Carolina by 10 points in the first half and had to rally to win.


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Press Conference: UVA coach Tony Bennett, players after win at NCAA Tournament

UVA coach Tony Bennett and Cavs players Malcolm Brogdon, Anthony Gill and London Perrantes talk with reporters after Virginia’s 81-45 win over Hampton in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament.


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Top seed UVA cruises past Hampton in NCAA Tournament opener

Top seed UVA closed the first half on a 20-3 run and coasted from there in posting an 81-45 win over #16 seed Hampton in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament.


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Live Blog: UVA at the NCAA Tournament

AFP editor Chris Graham is courtside as top seed UVA (26-7) will face #16 seed Hampton (21-10) in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament today in Raleigh, N.C.


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Game Notes: #1 UVA plays #16 Hampton in NCAA Tournament first round

No. 1 seed UVA (26-7) plays No. 16 seed Hampton (21-10) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday, March 17.


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Game Preview: #1 seed UVA set to face Hampton in NCAA Tournament

Hampton, facing Midwest top seed UVA on Thursday, likes to push tempo, averaging 72.2 possessions per game, according to KenPom.com.


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Virginia earns #1 seed in Midwest: Cavs face Hampton on Thursday

For the second time in three years, Virginia is a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Cavaliers (26-7) are the top seed in the Midwest Region and will face MEAC champ Hampton (21-10) on Thursday in Raleigh.


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Hampton outduels Norfolk State, 86-76

Reginald Johnson tallied 29 points to lead Hampton to a win in the Battle of the Bay on Saturday evening, 86-76 over Norfolk State.


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William & Mary basketball takes down Hampton, 86-67

Senior Terry Tarpey and junior Omar Prewitt each recorded double-doubles as the William & Mary men’s basketball upended Hampton, 86-67, in a Thanksgiving Eve tilt at Kaplan Arena.


How is former UVA QB David Watford doing at Hampton?

UVA football fans know that Greyson Lambert just set an NCAA passing record at Georgia. So one former starting quarterback is obviously doing well. How about another, David Watford, who transferred to FCS Hampton?


virginia

TE Connectivity to invest $9 million to expand operation in Hampton

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Wednesday that TE Connectivity Ltd. (NYSE: TEL), a global leader in connectivity, will invest $9 million to expand its sensor solutions operations (formerly known as Measurement Specialties, Inc.) in the City of Hampton.


Virginia wetlands are ‘shelter from the storm’

Sufficient wetlands remain in Virginia to hold enough rain to cover the city of Hampton in more than thirty feet water, according to a new report by Environment Virginia Research & Policy Center.


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ODU basketball tops Rice, 63-53

ODU junior guard Aaron Bacote scored 25 and Jonathan Arledge added 15 points with 11 rebounds to lead the Monarchs to a 63-53 Conference-USA victory over Rice Thursday.


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Sen. Tim Kaine meets with Secretary of Veterans Affairs

U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Armed Services and Budget Committees, released the following statement after meeting with Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald to discuss challenges facing Virginia veterans, including issues with disability benefits and health care wait times.


Hampton Roads leader Gary McCollum announces candidacy for Seventh Senate District seat

Local business leader Gary McCollum announced today his intent to seek Virginia’s 7th District seat as a Democrat, citing his business experience and a commitment to investing in areas that will create greater economic opportunities for more Hampton Roads students, families, and residents.


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UVA report on school readiness finds some Virginia students lacking

A new study conducted by education researchers at the University of Virginia finds that about one-third of Virginia students lack at least one important element of readiness for kindergarten.


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Bucknell rallies past #10 UVA wrestling, 20-16

The 10th-ranked UVA wrestling team dropped a 20-16 decision at Bucknell Saturday (Dec. 20) at Davis Gym. The Cavaliers (5-2) were leading 16-7 with four bouts remaining, but the Bison (1-1) captured all four weight classes to pull off the comeback victory.


JMU women’s basketball rolls past Hampton, 85-53

Opening the game on a 25-7 run, the James Madison women’s basketball team cruised to an 85-53 victory over Hampton on Saturday afternoon at the JMU Convocation Center.


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Governor McAuliffe announces Virginia Enterprise Zone designations

Governor Terry McAuliffe on Thursday announced new and renewed Virginia Enterprise Zone (VEZ) designations. Five new zones were designated in the Commonwealth, including two regional zones.


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McAuliffe announces restoration of civil, voting rights to over 5,100 Virginians

Today Governor McAuliffe announced that Virginia has restored the civil and voting rights of over 5,100 ex-offenders, more than any other governor has done in just one year.


JMU women’s basketball wins at Ohio U., 69-62

Key free throws down the stretch helped James Madison women’s basketball grind out a 69-62 victory at Ohio University on Monday night.


william & mary

William and Mary announces 2015 football schedule

William and Mary Director of Athletics Terry Driscoll has announced the release of the Tribe’s 2015 football schedule, which is highlighted by five home games at Zable Stadium and a trip to Atlantic Coast Conference foe Virginia.


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UVA students who designed shield for Orion spacecraft attend liftoff

UVA students Danny McNamara and Sajan Sheth were at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to observe this week’s launch of NASA’s Orion spacecraft.


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Tim Kaine statement on Senate Keystone pipeline vote

U.S. Senator Tim Kaine released the following statement on the Senate’s vote on the Keystone XL Pipeline Project.


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Tim Kaine speech on Senate floor on Keystone pipeline

Sen. Tim Kaine remarks on the Senate floor before the vote on a resolution related to the proposed Keystone pipeline.


virginia tech athletics

Virginia Tech running back Marshawn Williams out with torn ACL

Virginia Tech freshman running back Marshawn Williams suffered a tear of his left ACL in Saturday’s game against Duke and will miss the remainder of the season.


business

Department of Labor selects Virginia Workforce Investment Board for economic growth initiative

The Workforce Investment Board serving Hampton Roads has been selected by the Department of Labor to participate in a Technical Assistance Initiative.


Virginia Environmental Endowment awards $250K in environmental grants

The Virginia Environmental Endowment announced awards of nearly $250,000 to protect and improve the region’s natural resources and environment.


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Mark Herring Inaugural Committee closes out with donations to 11 charities

Attorney General Mark Herring announced donations today to 11 Virginia charities, closing out the funds donated to his inaugural committee in accordance with Virginia election law.


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Ed Gillespie concedes U.S. Senate race

Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie has formally conceded the Virginia U.S. Senate race to Democrat Mark Warner, saying in a Friday news conference that a recount, permissible under state law due to the race’s tight margin, would not make a difference.


law

ACLU of Virginia demands information on telephone analysis sharing network

The ACLU of Virginia on Friday released a Virginia Freedom of Information Act request it sent in response to allegations that the Hampton Roads Telephone Analysis Sharing Network may be sharing and storing data unconstitutionally.


Republican Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms endorses Sen. Mark Warner

Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms, a Republican, announced on Tuesday his endorsement of Senator Mark Warner for re-election.


virginia

Governor McAuliffe announces Homeland Security grant awards

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Friday that more than $4.8 million in federal funds will be awarded to multiple local government agencies to enhance emergency preparedness throughout Virginia.


Equality Virginia holds first transgender summit

Donna Price spoke last Saturday at Equality Virginia’s first ever Transgender Information and Empowerment Summit, held at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.


business

McAuliffe announces 166 new jobs in the City of Suffolk

Friant and Associates, a manufacturer of custom office furniture, will invest $17.4 million to establish its first Virginia operation at the CenterPoint Intermodal Center in the City of Suffolk.


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Virginia moves to end veteran homelessness by end of 2015

On any given night, 617 veterans in Virginia are homeless based on the 2014 Point-In-Time Count, a survey of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons.


william & mary

#12 William and Mary football opens CAA play at Stony Brook

The No. 12 William and Mary football team will look to extend its winning streak to four games when it opens its conference slate at Stony Brook on Saturday at 6 p.m.