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City offices, libraries, recreation centers and the NCSB will close today at 3pm
The six recreation centers that operate after-school programs: Bayview, Crossroads, Fairlawn, Sherwood Forest, Tarrallton and Young Terrace will close today at 4pm. Read on...
I-264 East/West in Portsmouth to Close Nightly for Steel Girder Placement Beginning Friday
I-264 East Downtown Tunnel weekend closure will be conducted concurrently Read on...
Annual Plan Public Hearing for Assisted-Rental and Housing Choice Voucher Programs
NRHA Board will hold public hearing on March 12, 6:00 pm, at Ruffner Middle School, 610 May Avenue. Read on...
The Norfolk Botanical Garden is closed to the public until further notice.
All classes, programs, volunteer shifts and events scheduled for Wednesday March 4 and Thursday March 5 have been cancelled.
New Location for Selden Gallery. Grand Opening, Friday, March 20, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Previously located inside the Selden Arcade, this Selden contemporary community gallery will reopen on the ground floor of the World Trade Center. Read on...
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mayor FraimState of the City 
Norfolk Mayor Paul D. Fraim’s annual State of the City took a tour through business and residential developments throughout the city, from downtown, Ft. Norfolk, the Arts District,  Northampton Blvd., Park Place, Ocean View and Willoughby among others. Norfolk’s economy is diversifying and improving, revenues are up, crime is down, and Norfolk is addressing issues from poverty, school and infrastructure improvements. Video

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