The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has reached a deal with TME Enterprises, Inc. to begin paying drivers who filed pothole damage claims.
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Two Portsmouth schools were treated for bed bugs over the weekend following separate incidents.
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VDOT had to perform an emergency pothole repair Wednesday afternoon at rush hour, shutting down two lanes of eastbound I-264.