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Photo by Anne Bibeau. In 2012 I went back to our neighborhood in Brooklyn with my wife, Anne, and our kids. My mom and a niece met us there.

In 2001 my wife and I were newly married, living in New York City, in a beautiful apartment that looked out on the World Trade Center. This is what happened to us that day.

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Greg Grzybowski and Julie Sirrs graduated from the same high school in Virginia Beach, but ended up on different paths following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. 

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More than a year after Gov. Ralph Northam ordered the 12-ton statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee to be removed, it was lifted from its pedestal in Richmond, Va., to be placed into storage.

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In Hampton Roads, the people who collect trash and recycling are in short supply.

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Protests demanding police reforms swept the nation after the murder of George Floyd, including marches right here in Hampton Roads. A year later, local criminal justice reformers are frustrated at the slow pace of change.

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An analysis of worker safety records by the Virginia Center for Investigative Journalism found increasing complaints and decreasing inspections during the pandemic.

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Norfolk authorized $4.7 million dollars for bonuses to keep the city’s police officers Tuesday night, the latest salvo in an arms race among local departments trying to attract and keep police.

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The effort, which received $5 million from the Virginia General Assembly and $4 million from Sentara Healthcare, is aimed at addressing health inequities in the region. 

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