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Dolphin deaths off Virginia could be on the rise ...
VIRGINIA BEACH—Marine experts recovered three dead bottle-nose dolphins washed up in Hampton Roads, as they prepare for what could be another hectic season of dolphin strandings. The three mammals...
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A regional approach to attracting tourism
A regional approach to attracting tourism Individual localities will have a much stronger impact on drawing tourists by working together as a region, said Chris Ingram, Economic Development and...
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Master Naturalists: Late freezes stress spring mi...
Spring migration of hummingbirds is in full swing across North America. Victorians in the hummers' eastern flyway saw their first migrating ruby-throated hummers about mid-March. By April 2, they...
Read more at The Victoria Advocate
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She-Crab Soup Classic returns to the Oceanfront
The 6th Annual East Coast She-Crab Soup Classic returns to the Virginia Beach Oceanfront on Saturday, April 26. The event will be held from noon to 3 p.m. at the 24th Street Park. This year, 17...
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Virginia rallies to beat Coastal Carolina at NCAA...
The Virginia Cavaliers rallied from a 10-point deficit in the first half to beat the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 70-59 in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night. Coastal Carolina...
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