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Photo courtesy of Carolyn White. Pughsville residents blame a lack of infrastructure and maintenance for regular flooding that traps residents and inundates houses.

As developments go up, residents of older Suffolk neighborhoods feel like they’re being left behind. Flooding is getting worse, and they say development is partly to blame.

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Browsing the bios of Norfolk’s City Council members, you may notice that mixed in with the elected lawyers and educators are not one, but two funeral home directors.

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Habitat for Humanity unveiled this 3D printed house in Suffolk on Dec. 21. It's only the second 3D-printed house in the state.

A new home unveiled Tuesday in Williamsburg is Habitat for Humanity's first 3-D printed house on the East Coast.

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Virginia is spending more than $722 million to build infrastructure for broadband in 70 localities across the state and provide almost universal access.

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The Congresswoman spoke to WHRO about her work on the Jan. 6 committee, the military budget and what she sees as threats to national security.

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The non-profit RISE has awarded numerous companies hundreds of thousands of dollars to help address sea level rise.

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Chris Snead, a former budget director for the city and council member, will be sworn in Friday, Dec. 17.

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Norfolk Delegate Jay Jones, a Democrat, is stepping down from his General Assembly seat and teasing a future run for higher office.

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