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March 2015

There are 4 blog entries for March 2015.


Public schools around Hampton Roads are quickly approaching Spring break. Schools will be out from Monday, April 6 until Friday, April 10. While some people have plans to spend the whole week with the kids, others need options for a few days or the entire week.  Here we have rounded up a selection of day camps being held in Hampton Roads during Spring break. No matter what your kiddo has an interest in, there is a place for them to learn and have fun while class is out!

VB Parks and Recreation Spring Break Camps
Don’t let your child get stuck channel surfing on the couch during Spring Break! Get over to one of our community recreation centers for our fun-filled Spring Break Camps! Your child will stay active and relieve school-related stress by…
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  Yesterday, I saw the very first shoots of my herb garden peeking up from their container in my back yard. It felt good to see a reminder that spring, and all the beauty it brings, is really happening! If you are feeling as hopeful as I am, here are some great activities going on in Hampton Roads to get you and the family out of hibernation mode.  

Suffolk Restaurant Week: A Culinary Showcase

Through March 21st, 2015 You still have a few days to check out great deals at participating Suffolk restaurants, so try something new this weekend. From Suffolk’s best-kept culinary secrets to national award winning restaurants, Suffolk Restaurant Week promises a savory blend of the city’s signature flavors. During this culinary showcase, participating…
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Article courtesy of Merv Kaufman and

As winter ends, give your home a complete physical- inside and out- to ready it for those warm-weather months ahead. Take advantage of the moderate temperatures to get a head start on what should be an annual spring home maintenance routine.

Exterior Inspection

“It’s good to do a walk-around of your property, especially after a storm,” says Curtis S. Niles, Sr., owner of Armored Home Inspections, Upper Darby, PA, and president of the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI). “Winter is tough on roofs and chimneys.” It can also take its toll on windows, walls, foundations, gutters and decks.

Roof. You don’t need to climb up there yourself; with binoculars and a keen eye, you can probably

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There is so much information on the internet about buying your first home that trying to read even a small fraction of it will make you want to crawl in a hole and make THAT your first home. It is overwhelming in the way most internet searches are. Reliability is questionable, and then there are the constant ads and, well, you know what it’s like. I know this feeling so well because 2 years ago, I decided it was a good time to buy my first home. It was an adventure. But looking back, I feel like I have some knowledge to share. No matter what stage of the process you are in right now, it doesn’t hurt to consider these things:

1. Let’s Talk About Money. Buying a house is a big deal. It’s very exciting, and very, very scary financially. Mortgage

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