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Don’t flake on your exercise routine

By Kathryn Voth Winter hibernation is the quickest path to weight gain and a case of the seasonal blues. This January, don’t let the frosty weather take a bite out…

Words from Woods

  This one’s for you, guys. Recently, I wrote about, “peace of mind” during retirement.  “Money” was the common thread in the feedback I got, but another word kept surfacing…

God is Annoying

  By Pastor Joel Brown, Church at Hampton Roads God’s characteristics are unchanging because He is unchanging.  Hebrews 13:8 says, “He (God) is the same yesterday, today and forever.”   There…

If you’re like me you like to BUY AMERICAN!  A great new store is opening in Chesapeake that strives to provide as many American made items as possible.  It is…

Rotary Club Wine Festival Rains Good Fortune on Local Charities

By MJ KOBLOCK For most outdoor events, a rainy day means people won’t show up. Some organizations see showers in the weather forecast and just cancel their events. Not the…

November is upon us already. Election Day is just around the corner, we will soon be gathering for Thanksgiving feasts, and in no time at all it will be Christmas. …

Have you ever been to a mystery dinner theater?  You might want to try your skills at figuring out “Who Dun It?”  on November 14 at the Deep Creek Community…

Former NFL Great Speaks to Chesapeake Sports Club

Former NFL Great Speaks to Chesapeake Sports Club

The Chesapeake Sports Club’s keynote speaker for their October Luncheon was Otis Sistrunk, a former National Football League player. Sistrunk played all seven seasons of his (NFL) career, 1972 to…

Captain Phillips and Benghazi

Captain Phillips and Benghazi

BY BETSY MCCAUGHEY In 2009, Somali pirates hijacked the Maersk Alabama, a cargo ship flying the American flag and took the ship’s captain, Richard Phillips, for ransom. The United States…

Veteran Spotlight

Veteran Spotlight

CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER THOMAS E. SLEDGE, USN (RET.) By MJ KNOBLOCK Education has always played an important role in Thomas Sledge’s life. It was woven into his 30-year career in…

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