As developments go up, residents of older Suffolk neighborhoods feel like they’re being left behind. Flooding is getting worse, and they say development is partly to blame.
The non-profit RISE has awarded numerous companies hundreds of thousands of dollars to help address sea level rise.
Where will people move if some apartments go underwater and become unlivable?
The plan is supposed to guide state and local officials as they consider projects to keep areas dry.
There are more than a million septic systems in Virginia. The rising seas threaten many of them.
School district officials say they must watch the weather and often alter school bus routes when streets flood.
The rising seas are inundating crops. Farmers expect that to worsen.
Their homes could go underwater in the next 20 years. How are they responding?
Southeast Virginia currently experiences the fastest rate of sea level rise on the Atlantic Coast. Here’s what that looks like.
Most buyouts in Newport News are around the Salters Creek area. Many residents aren’t happy about it.