NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - Storm conditions last weekend caused an A/C outage at Norfolk's Lafayette-Winona Middle School for a couple of days, resulting in mold growth.
According to Elizabeth Thiel Mather with Norfolk Public Schools, the A/C was restored Wednesday. Mather says a contractor has worked to remove carpets, bulletin boards and other items affected by mold growth, and that the school should be ready for students next week.
Mather says a letter has been sent to parents letting them know what happened.
Norfolk Police are investigating the cause of death for male found unconscious on the beach.
Speaker Bill Howell will be in Chesapeake Monday to address the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization.
It took fire crews about 10 minutes to get an electrical fire under control in Suffolk Sunday night.