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**UPDATE: POLL RESULTS**

Sculpture at Lakeside Park: Love it or Hate it? We need your input! UPDATE – DECEMBER 17, 2017 In October, 2016, we posted a poll on the sculpture at Lakeside Park. Here are the results of that poll. The original poll is below. As it turns out, many months later, the sculpture is being recreated out of more durable materials and will be replaced on its former platform on the lake at Lakeside Park. Thanks to everyone who participated in the poll. Click image for larger view   Answer Votes Love it. Fix it! 39.2% / 147 Hate it....

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Let freedom ring today

Got bells? Today, ring your bells, loudly, at exactly at 8:46 a.m. To mark the 15th anniversary of the attacks on Sept. 11, the City of Chesapeake is urging all faith-based communities throughout Hampton Roads to participate in the bell tolling of church bells, carillons, and handbells. So gather your bells and head outside at 8:46 a.m., and let freedom...

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September Update

LET FREEDOM RING: Got bells? On 9-11, ring bells loudly at exactly at 8:46 a.m. In commemoration of the 15th anniversary of the attacks on Sept. 11, the City of Chesapeake is urging all faith-based communities throughout Hampton Roads to participate in the bell tolling of church bells, carillons, and handbells. As we say goodbye to summer and hello to fall, here’s what’s shaping up for September in Historic South Norfolk: School starts on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Please be cautious as our children, teachers and support staff make their ways to begin the new school year. Here is a link to...

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VA and NC law to work together in Sept. 1 safety checkpoints

The Chesapeake Police Department and North Carolina law enforcement have joined forces to start the Labor Day holiday with a traffic safety checkpoint at border areas on Thursday, Sept. 1 from 9 a.m. to noon. “Labor Day is the last big travel holiday of the summer,” said Chesapeake Police Department’s PIO assistant Sgt. Ravi Sheth in a press release. “Speeding, not buckling up and drunk driving make Labor Day one of the deadliest long weekends in the United States,” he said. This is the 19th consecutive year the Virginia and North Carolina law enforcement groups have worked together to let citizens know they will be on the roads all over the region throughout the long weekend. The simultaneous safety checkpoints will stop drivers to ensure they are sober and following all traffic safety laws, with passengers properly restrained. There will also be motor carrier enforcement on the border to make sure all trucks are meeting all traffic and safety regulations....

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Want to move the 2nd Precinct? Come to city council meeting tomorrow!

The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch is asking supporters to attend the next Chesapeake City Council meeting, tomorrow, Aug. 9 at 6 p.m, at city hall, to show support for moving the Second Precinct to the old library building on Poindexter. If you support the move but cannot attend the meeting, please sign the group’s online petition,...

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