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Shoppers at Greenbrier and Chesapeake Square Mall - among others throughout Hampton Roads - will get little messages of peace and unity by Girl Scouts this weekend. The scouts will be at local malls from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday to pass out their Pinwheels for Peace.
By IRENE BOWERS By Irene Bowers Correspondent BAYSIDE If you think twice before applying fertilizer to your lawn, you know how to make Susan French happy. French was recently named "2008 Volunteer of the Year" by Lynnhaven River NOW.
Bobby Melatti, the Beach entertainment maestro fired Aug. 1 from a job he held since the early '90s, has landed on his feet with a local events promoter who manages nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Portsmouth. His first day on the job was Sept.
By NORA FIRESTONE By Nora Firestone Correspondent LYNNHAVEN Lynnhaven River NOW wants 35 teachers to participate in 2008's World Water Monitoring Day. The day is celebrated on Sept. 18, but between then and Oct.
By IRENE BOWERS By Irene Bowers Correspondent Lynnhaven Locals are invited to focus on the natural and recreational aspects of a historic watershed in the Lynnhaven River NOW 2009 calendar contest. "Restore the Legend" digital photography contest wraps up Aug.
By SCOTT HARPER By Scott Harper The Virginian-Pilot virginia beach State marine police completed a massive enforcement sweep Thursday against illegal crabbing in coastal waters and the Chesapeake Bay, a campaign described as the first of its kind in Virginia, aimed at protecting slumping crab stocks during the summer harvest season.
By Scott Harper, The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Va. Jul.
By NORA FIRESTONE By Nora Firestone Correspondent LYNNHAVEN Some folks arrive early, regardless of the occasion. Others may want to check out the free music, particularly when planning to dine, shop or catch a movie at Lynnhaven Mall this summer. Through Aug.
By JAN GAILLARD By Jan Gaillard Correspondent LYNNHAVEN Mosaic butterflies, beautiful gardens and cheerful rain barrels are the most noticeable elements of the Lynnhaven Legacy .
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