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Photo by Paul Bibeau. Chenna Cook, one of the Hampton Horror Tours players, hides in wait for a tour group.

The Hampton History Museum has hosted the tours for almost a decade, dramatizing darker episodes in the city’s past.

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The government tracks it and most of us consider it the ultimate marker of success. Why do we care so much about owning a home?

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Virginia historian D’Anne Graham has researched the state’s centuries-old relationship with midwifery, including early accusations of witchcraft. She plans to talk about it at the Hampton History Museum.

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The Nasemond Indian Nation received a land donation totaling nearly 500 acres.

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In 1960, the typical home cost twice a family’s income. Today, it’s four times what a household earns in a year. And, still, there’s no guarantee millennial buyers will find their dream home.

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Virginia’s swingy Second Congressional District may be the seat that tips the balance of power after the midterm elections.

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After a lengthy court fight, a court redrew voting districts in Virginia Beach, changing who residents vote for.

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The 16-member group will make proposals for regulation and gather public opinion about marijuana use in the city.

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