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Mark your calendars! Events coming up!

Aug. 22 – 2 p.m. 5th Annual Back to School Giveaway and Carnival The...

Neighbors to marry today!

Two neighbors on Seaboard, Allyson Flisser and Rojer Frazier, will marry...


South Norfolk, Chesapeake, VA is an historic 1900s community that began as...

Harper books now available

We are pleased to announce that we have added links from which you can buy...

National Night Out to be held Aug. 4 at Lakeside Park

The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch (SoNoWatch) will host the Eighth Annual...

  • Things to Do

Visit one of our parks!

  Visit one of the many parks in South Norfolk! It’s always...

Go to the movies!

Movie theaters near South Norfolk: HSN gets a tiny stipend when you...

Munzee-ing around Lakeside Park

By DeWitte Okay – it’s the weekend and you’ve either...

RSS News from the Virginian-Pilot

  • Chesapeake dad's photo of son's Elsa Halloween costume goes viral October 8, 2015
    CHESAPEAKE A photo of a 3-year-old Chesapeake boy dressed as Elsa from "Frozen" for Halloween has gone viral after his dad posted it to Facebook.
  • Tow truck catches fire in Chesapeake, spreads to nearby home and warehouse October 7, 2015
    CHESAPEAKE A fire that started with a tow truck tonight spread to a nearby warehouse and home in South Norfolk before it was contained. Firefighters responded to the fire in the 4200 block of Franklin St. around 5:50 p.m, officials said in a news release. They found a tow truck on fire with flames spreading […]
  • Around Town | Catalina Crossing being constructed in Chesapeake October 7, 2015
    Does anyone know what is being built along Military Highway near the Chesapeake Care Clinic? Answer: According to Jen Bichara, public communications coordinator for the City of Chesapeake, the 6-acre location, which is east of the Chesapeake Care Clinic at 2081 S. Military Hwy., is going to be a new apartment complex.
  • Greenbrier Parkway near mall in Chesapeake back open to traffic October 6, 2015
    CHESAPEAKE The southbound lanes of the Greenbrier South Parkway near the Greenbrier Mall have reopened after an earlier crash, according to a city press release.  Motorists were being advised to take an alternate route until the scene could be cleared. 
  • Virginians head south to help South Carolina flood victims October 6, 2015
    Hampton Roads residents - from the public and private sectors - are helping Columbia, S.C., with flood relief. Virginia Beach-based nonprofit Operation Blessing International on Monday sent a convoy of six vehicles with more than 3,000 bottles of water, tools, dehumidifiers, a mobile kitchen and enough food to make at least 5,500 meals.