PrimeTime

Photos

More photos

Sponsored Content: Estate Planning

More about estate planning

'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...

Shopping

More Shopping

Food

More Food
  • Food find: Warm up with seafood soups at Catch-N-Release

    Food find: Warm up with seafood soups at Catch-N-Release

    Tasty discovery: Kickin’ chicken-n-shrimp soup and catch-n-clam chowder. Destination: Catch-N-Release, 2 Towne Centre Way, Hampton. Price: $9.75. Hours: 4 p.m. to late Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m. to late Sunday. More info: hamptoncatchnrelease.com or 757-251-6655....

  • Food find | Greek delights in York County

    Food find | Greek delights in York County

    Tasty discovery: Jimmy's Greek combo. Price: $9.99. Destination: Jimmy da Greek's Deli, 1215 George Washington Memorial Highway, Suite X, York County. Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday-Saturday. More info: jimmydagreeks.com or 757-595-1787. Peninsula residents...

  • Food find | Tasty crab and bacon burger from Longboards Newport News

    Food find | Tasty crab and bacon burger from Longboards Newport News

    Tasty Discovery: Crab and bacon burger. Price: $11.95. Destination: Longboards, 621 Stoney Creek Lane, Newport News. Hours: 11 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. daily. More info: eatatlongboards.com or 757-399-4010. There's nothing better than when a restaurant mixes my two favorite foods together — burgers and...

  • Los Paisas Locos in Newport News completes renovation

    Los Paisas Locos in Newport News completes renovation

    Los Paisas Locos, a small Mexican and Honduran restaurant in Newport News, just got bigger. According to owner Maribel Pacheco, Los Paisas Locos needed a bigger space for its growing customer base and the large groups that frequent the restaurant daily. Many of customers, she said, would choose...

Entertainment

More Entertainment
  • 'Dear Martin' explores teen's struggles with race, class, justice

    'Dear Martin' explores teen's struggles with race, class, justice

    Justyce McAllister is a high school senior who believes his achievements will shield him from the problems of other African-American teens still living in his impoverished neighborhood. He is captain of the debate team at his nearly all-white prep school in Atlanta and will attend Yale. But early...

  • HRBooks review: Riveting history revealed in 'The Man Who Foiled a Jamestown Massacre'

    Richard Pace’s short life was so extraordinary that Shakespeare should have written it, and in a way may have. The native of Kingston-on-Thames, England, by benefit of a gentle nature and a good heart, kept Jamestown on the map. Our initial dealings with the original occupants of this land were...

  • Yorktown museum, Jamestown Settlement see more revenue, visitors

    Yorktown museum, Jamestown Settlement see more revenue, visitors

    The Jamestown-Yorktown’s Foundation’s “living-history museums” both saw more paying visitors and brought in more cash in 2017, according to a news release. Total admission revenue at the Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown was about $6.27 million, an increase of...

  • York County musician Troy Breslow sets sights on Nashville

    York County musician Troy Breslow sets sights on Nashville

    Troy Breslow already has put a few thousand miles on his Hyundai Accent since the start of the year. The 22-year-old singer-songwriter from York County has been playing gigs all around Virginia and its bordering states, supporting the album he released last year called “Politics and Roadrage.”...

Schools

More Schools News
  • Gov. Northam to speak at W&M

    Gov. Northam to speak at W&M

    Gov. Ralph Northam will help the College of William and Mary celebrate its 325th birthday next month. The university received its royal charter from its namesakes, King William III and Queen Mary II, on Feb. 8, 1693. On. Feb. 9, 325 years and a day later, Northam will serve as the keynote speaker...

  • Newport News looking to add two superintendent search hearings

    Newport News looking to add two superintendent search hearings

    Newport News School Board Chairman Gary Hunter is hoping to schedule two additional public hearings about the school division’s search for its next superintendent after receiving feedback when a previous hearing was canceled due to snow. The first hearing had been scheduled for Jan. 9 at the division’s...

  • Colonial Williamsburg named top Virginia attraction by USA TODAY

    Colonial Williamsburg named top Virginia attraction by USA TODAY

    Colonial Williamsburg beat such places as the Virginia Creeper Trail, Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest and Natural Bridge State Park in being named the top Virginia attraction by USA Today. “The USA Today honor is a great accolade for Colonial Williamsburg and is good for the city and the destination,”...

  • Hampton Roads' snowfall 'twice the normal' for January

    Hampton Roads' snowfall 'twice the normal' for January

    Hampton Roads has had a lot of snow in the past two weeks. Not anything record-breaking, but a lot of snow. Wayne Albright, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service station in Wakefield, said the region’s current January snowfall of 12.8 inches — officially measured in Norfolk — is “twice...

52°