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'Affluenza' and Its Deadly Consequences

Your goals and objectives will be better served by creating a trust that rewards your children for achieving results rather than using the money to control every aspect of their lives. Wealth can be difficult to amass but easy to squander - especially by those who did not earn it. Many parents...

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  • Food Find: Gourmet ramen on menu at Newport News' Volcano

    Food Find: Gourmet ramen on menu at Newport News' Volcano

    Tasty discovery: Five-spice beef ramen. Destination: Volcano Hibachi Express and Sushi, 12515 Jefferson Ave., Suite 400, Newport News. Price: $9.95. More info: volcanosushinewportnews.com or 757-968-5180. Your favorite college dorm room snack has been transformed into an elaborate lunch or dinner...

  • Food find | Not your average quesadilla at Bubba-N-Franks in Hampton

    Food find | Not your average quesadilla at Bubba-N-Franks in Hampton

    Tasty discovery: Brisket quesadilla. Destination: Bubba-N-Franks Smokehouse, 229 Floyd Thompson Drive, Hampton. Price: $7.99. Hours: 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday-Saturday. More info: bubbanfranks.com or 757-788-7060. Bubba-N-Franks Smokehouse is a hidden hot spot...

  • Sinful Treats teams with Tradition Brewing for cupcake/beer pairings

    Sinful Treats teams with Tradition Brewing for cupcake/beer pairings

    Sinful Treats and Tradition Brewing Company have thrown the traditional concept of a beer and food pairings out of the taproom door. The local food truck, which specializes in sweet treats, and the Newport News brewery are hosting a Crafty Cupcakes event Sunday that involves pairing cupcakes with...

  • Food Find | A winning grilled cheese in Williamsburg

    Food Find | A winning grilled cheese in Williamsburg

    Tasty discovery: All-American grilled cheese. Destination: Food for Thought; 1647 Richmond Road. Price: $10.50. Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday, 8-11 a.m. Saturday (breakfast) and 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday (lunch and dinner), 8-11 a.m. Sunday (breakfast)...

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  • HRBooks review: 'Principles of Leadership' details tips of HU president

    HRBooks review: 'Principles of Leadership' details tips of HU president

    William R. Harvey is a nationally respected educator, entrepreneur, community and civil leader, consensus builder and motivator. Consequently, it is not surprising that he would have developed a methodology for his personal leadership. “Principles of Leadership —The Harvey Leadership Model,” is...

  • Vienna Boys Choir is bringing Austrian Christmas to Hampton Roads

    Vienna Boys Choir is bringing Austrian Christmas to Hampton Roads

    Twenty-six boys between the ages of 9 to 14 already are selling out concert venues around the world. The Peninsula is no exception. The 500-year old Vienna Boys Choir is returning to Hampton Roads for two performances as part of the Virginia Arts Festival’s programming. The choir’s show Dec. 20...

  • Tidewater Express expands on Peninsula with huge wrecker, is hiring

    Tidewater Express expands on Peninsula with huge wrecker, is hiring

    The father and son running Tidewater Express Inc. in Hampton said they have a hard time telling a customer no. “I think what’s driven our expansion in the past more so than anything else is when a customer calls, we want to solve their problem,” said founder, president and father Mike Pelfrey. ...

  • Movies opening in Hampton Roads 12/01

    Movies opening in Hampton Roads 12/01

    The Disaster Artist An aspiring actor forms a friendship with a man he meets in acting class and the pair decided to go to Hollywood. R. 1:43. Hampton Towne Centre 24, Cinemark City Center 12, Kiln Creek 20, New Town 12, Harbour View Grande 16, Peninsula Movie Bistro, Movie Tavern, Cinema Café...

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  • State superintendent talks graduation, accreditation

    State superintendent talks graduation, accreditation

    State Superintendent of Public Instruction Steve Staples stopped by the Daily Press Monday morning. Staples is visiting newsrooms across the state to talk about changes made in two big areas of education: graduation requirements and the accountability system that accredits schools. Staples, who...

  • Academies of Hampton offerings finalized, courses still to-be-developed

    Academies of Hampton offerings finalized, courses still to-be-developed

    Hampton City Schools has unveiled the final line-up of academies and career pathways that every member of the Class of 2021 will be sorted into next year. The Academies of Hampton, an ongoing transformation of the city’s four high schools into smaller learning communities, will group rising sophomores...

  • Military mom surprises son at Hampton elementary school

    Military mom surprises son at Hampton elementary school

    Aiden Brent was the eighth student to take the stage at Barron Fundamental Elementary School on Thursday afternoon. His peers all read essays about a favorite family moment that their teachers had deemed good enough to share with all of second grade. When it was Aiden’s turn, he told the story...

  • Newport News acting superintendent eager to continue schools' progress

    Newport News acting superintendent eager to continue schools' progress

    Brian Nichols’ career in education began more than two decades ago when he was a student at Christopher Newport University. As an undergraduate studying psychology with a concentration in early childhood education, he worked as a math tutor in what were then recently opened Gildersleeve and Hines...

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