Month: January 2018

Blizzard blows in, South Norfolk snowed up

While the sun shined brightly, it was a mere 8 degrees in South Norfolk this morning, with snow piled high after a Jan. 4 blizzard blew nearly 11 inches of the white stuff into the historic district overnight. Creekmore’s, Sam’s Stop-n-Shop (which wins South Norfolk’s best-plowed parking lot award) and the little mini-mart on Park Avenue were open after the storm so most folks in South Norfolk were still able to get what they really needed without having to drive. There were a few reports of power outages in the area, but the power held throughout the storm for...

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South Norfolk + 2018 = BIG THINGS!

Big things are scheduled to happen in South Norfolk in 2018, and you should be ready! Starting in January, the city begins an $18M project to replace the 22nd Street Bridge and realign the new bridge to flow directly into Poindexter Street. That might stir up a little dust, but the commerce will be welcome in South Norfolk. Businesses would be wise to get ready. For more information on this project, visit this page on the city’s website. Later this month, ForKids, Virginia’s largest provider of services to homeless children, will plant the “Coming Soon” sign on their property...

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