All school systems across Hampton Roads and northeast NC are closed again today.
Only essential personnel need to report to the Navy installations.
Joint Base Langley-Eustis will be open with a two-hour reporting delay for non-mission essential personnel. Liberal leave will be in effect.
Christopher Newport University will open at 11 a.m.
College of William & Mary will be open.
Eastern Virginia Medical School will be closed and evening classes are canceled.
Elizabeth City State University will be closed.
Hampton University will open at 10 a.m. and classes will begin at 11 a.m.
Norfolk State University has canceled classes. Essential personnel must report and all 12-month employees report at noon.
Old Dominion University will be closed.
Paul D. Camp Community College will be closed.
Regent University will be closed.
Tidewater Community College will be closed.
Virginia Wesleyan College will be closed.
----- Virginia Beach offices and facilities will remain closed. Trash and recycling collection has also been canceled. Collections will resume as soon as conditions allow. Norfolk offices, recreation centers, attractions, libraries will be closed. Trash and recycling is also canceled. Primary Routes are in various stages of clearing. Snow is being hauled to Harbor Park. Parking garages remain open, but motorists are cautioned about snow and ice. Chesapeake offices, courts, libraries, community centers and other facilities will remain closed. All meetings, classes and programs at libraries and community centers are canceled. There will be no trash or recycling collection. Residents should place their cans at the curb on Friday and leave them there until they are emptied. Crews will collect as conditions allow. The Joint Meeting of the City Council and School Board has been canceled. Portsmouth offices and facilities will be closed. Trash collection has also been canceled. Residents can leave their trash containers at the curb until they are emptied. Workers will be collecting through the weekend, if necessary. Suffolk offices, transit and courts will be closed. Crews plan to begin working on residential neighborhood roads today. Residents are also being asked to move their vehicles off residential streets for snow removal efforts. The Building a Better Business Conference has been canceled. A new date will be announced. Hampton offices will open on a two-hour delay and a liberal leave policy is in place. Trash collection has been canceled. The city is planning for Thursday collections to be done on Friday and Friday collections to be done on Saturday. The Welcome shelter for the homeless is currently located at First Presbyterian Church at 514 South Armistead Avenue. Newport News city offices will resume normal operations. For more information, visit the city's website.
Virginia Living Museum will be closed.
Virginia Zoo in Norfolk will be closed. Camden County offices will be closed. Essential personnel are expected to operate under standard conditions. Chowan County offices will open at 10 a.m. Currituck County offices will be closed. Corolla curbside trash and recycling collection has been canceled. Service will resume Feb. 5. Dare County offices will be closed. Hertford County offices will be closed. Pasquotank County offices, library and courts will be closed, but the landfill will open at noon. Perquimans County offices will be closed.
If no one EVER dated this guy again, it would be absolutely justified.
A Girl Makes a Fake 911 Call To Get Her Friend Out of a Traffic Ticket
If you're scanning your credit card statement for fraud, you're probably looking for $3,000 at Best Buy or mysterious charges for first class tickets on Air Ethiopia. But THIS fraud probably would never catch your eye.
One of GoDaddy's Super Bowl commercials will have a REAL woman quitting her job LIVE on TV . . . and no, it won't be spokeswoman DANICA PATRICK. Or at least, we don't think it is.
Some people are just compelled to break the law, even when they don't particularly NEED TO. Like this idiot.
We're from the camp that believes there's no such thing as male sex addiction . . . we'd ALL be sex addicts if we could. But if anyone has a decent case for sex addiction causing him to do UNSPEAKABLE THINGS, it's this guy.
It's hard to become a millionaire selling small bags of Cheetos and 45-cent cans of Coke . . . so even though this is unabashed THEFT, it's still kinda impressive.
Schools in Virginia
Accomack County Public Schools will be closed. Twelve-month employees report on two-hour delay.
Chesapeake Public Schools will resume normal hours. Friday and Monday will be early release days. High school students will follow Wednesday's exam schedule on Friday and Thursday's exam schedule on Monday. Tuesday will now be a teacher workday and second semester will begin for all students on Wednesday.
Franklin City Public Schools will have a two-hour delay.
Hampton City Schools will have a teacher workday, students do not report.
Isle of Wight County Schools will be closed. Employees are to report on a two-hour delay and the day will serve as a work day for instructional staff. For more information, visit the schools' website.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy will be closed and all after school activities and sporting events are canceled or postponed. One exception is the Art Show and Sale Sponsors' Reception which will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Newport News Public Schools will resume normal operations, but is having a teacher workday. Students do not report for classes.
Norfolk Public Schools will resume classes at the normal time and then be out of school Monday for a teacher workday and Tuesday for a staff development day.
Northampton County Public Schools will be closed.Twelve-month employees will report on a two-hour delay.
Portsmouth Public Schools will open on a two-hour delay. Tuesday, which was scheduled to be a teacher workday, will now be a makeup day for students.
Suffolk Public Schools will be closed.
Virginia Beach City Public Schools will have a two-hour delay, but 12-month employees should report to schools and offices at their regular time.
Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools will have a teacher workday. Students do not report for classes.
York County School Division: Friday will remain a student-teacher holiday and Monday will still be a student holiday. High school exams scheduled for this week will take place next week on Tuesday and Wednesday, with all schools on an early-dismissal schedule. Schools in North Carolina
Bertie County Schools will open on a one-hour delay.
Camden County Schools will be closed and it is an optional workday for staff. Students will make up the first snow day on Saturday, but will be released at 1 p.m.
Currituck County Schools will be closed Friday to students, but it will be an optional workday for staff who should report on a two-hour delay. The make-up day will be June 12. For J.P. Knapp, the make-up day will be May 27.
Dare County Schools will open on a two-hour delay.
Edenton-Chowan Schools will be closed and is an optional teacher workday for 10-month employees. Twelve-month employees should operated on a one-hour delay.
Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools will be closed. It will be an optional teacher workday. Staff may report to work, take appropriate leave or make alternative arrangements with their immediate supervisor.
Hertford County Public Schools will have a two-hour delay.
Perquimans County Schools will be closed Friday. It will be an optional teacher workday and teachers are asked to report at 10 a.m. if it is safe to travel.
Gates County Public Schools will be closed.
Tyrrell County Public Schools will be closed and it will be a teacher workday with a two-hour delay for all staff.