NFL Star Throws a Cookout, and it’s a Complete Success

By Scott Daugherty The Virginian-Pilot NORFOLK Hamburgers. Moon bounces. Professional football players. What more could a 5-yearold boy want? “I wish the Green Ninja was here,” Isaiah Clark said with a mouth full of hot dog. “It’s a Lego.” Kam Chancellor – a Seattle Seahawks safety who grew up in Norfolk – hosted a free cookout… Read more »

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The Benefits of Brick – Maury Brick Brochure

With your help,  we’ll build a solid future for Maury High School students. Brick by Brick. With your tax deductible donation of $100 to The Maury Foundation, you’ll help continue to build a solid foundation for generations of Maury High School students to come while honoring or remembering someone special. Our Brick-by-Brick campaign will raise money for projects and programs at… Read more »

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Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic… Read more »

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2013 Annual Campaign Mailer

Together we can make a difference and support Maury and its students, faculty, coaches and staff. Since 1911, students have entered the front doors of Maury High School and realized its many offerings – a quality education, lasting friendships and valuable life lessons. Secured by the strong foundation Maury provides, students depart from the school well prepared for the… Read more »

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Company Fosters Care for Kids who Need Good Folks

By Gary Ruegsegger Correspondent On a sunny Saturday morning, John Murray and his son Ross, 14, waited for families and friends at Norfolk’s Town Point Park. They were going on a harbor cruise. But it’s not always smooth sailing for Murray, chief executive officer of Families First of Virginia, who is in the business of… Read more »

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Maury Sweeps District Tourney Championships

Girls Eastern District final Maury 3, Wilson 2 With one foot out of bounds, Amanda Moore used her other foot to poke in the winning goal Wednesday, and the Commodores (9-6-1) rallied from a 2-0 deficit to hand the Presidents (13-1-2) their first loss. Wilson forward Dara VanSkyhawk, the area’s leading scorer, netted a goal in… Read more »

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The Governor’s School Anniversary Gala Incorporates all of its Theatrical Disciplines into one Grand Multimedia Showcase

By Teresa Annas The Virginian-Pilot NORFOLK Like wrens pausing in a spring migration, teens alighted in dense clusters around the entrance to TRDance Center, where a rehearsal for a show none had seen in its entirety was about to begin. The show, called “Zo,” is the 25th anniversary gala for The Governor’s School for the Arts,… Read more »

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New Restaurant is Steeped in Family History

By Gary Ruegsegger Correspondent While the menu at Small’s Smokehouse and Oyster Bar lists a tasty assortment of seafood, steaks and ribs, the atmosphere is flavored with generous portions of local history. The walls of the eatery, which opened in February, are lined with vintage photographs, newspaper clippings and city proclamations collected by the Small family,… Read more »

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