Chesapeake Television

Chesapeake Television Chesapeake Television is the local cable TV station for the City of Chesapeake in Virginia. We provide live coverage of City Council, Planning Commission and School Board meetings.

We also produce in-studio and on-location news, information, educational, cultural, public affairs, sports and human interest programs.

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City of Chesapeake Government
11/25/2020

City of Chesapeake Government

City offices, courts, Chesapeake Parks, Recreation and Tourism community centers, and Chesapeake Public Library branches will have modified hours in observance of Thanksgiving. There will be no trash or recycling collections on Thursday, Nov. 26. Thursday’s pickup will be collected on Friday, Nov. 27. Friday’s trash and recycling collections will be made on Saturday, Nov. 28. More info: bit.ly/2UG4EG6.

11/24/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, Home Edition November 24

On this week’s Chesapeake Weekly: Home Edition, one bridge is closed and a new one is open. We get the latest on the Centerville Turnpike Bridge damage and we celebrate a new bridge in South Norfolk. That and more on this week’s Chesapeake Weekly.

11/24/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, Home Edition November 24

On this week’s Chesapeake Weekly: Home Edition, one bridge is closed and a new one is open. We get the latest on the Centerville Turnpike Bridge damage and we celebrate a new bridge in South Norfolk. That and more on this week’s Chesapeake Weekly.

11/23/2020
'peake Life - Library Holiday Activities

Chesapeake Public Library is celebrating the Holidays! Write a letter to Santa or call him directly! There will also be a holiday show with something for everyone!

Chesapeake Health Department
11/23/2020

Chesapeake Health Department

This is why you may really want to consider not going to visit people outside your immediate household this Thanksgiving. Germs need time to grow. No one knows how the virus will react once it enters their body until they're infected. You could be fine, you could get mild to moderately sick or you could wind up in the hospital, or worse. Maybe this year make it a small-i-day celebration. Plus you'll be able to keep more pie!

11/23/2020
Centerville Turnpike Bridge Update

The Centerville Turnpike Bridge remains closed to vehicular traffic after being struck by a barge last week. We spoke with Public Works Information Coordinator Jason Brown to get the latest.

11/23/2020
Centerville Turnpike Bridge Update

The Centerville Turnpike Bridge remains closed to vehicular traffic after being struck by a barge last week. We spoke with Public Works Information Coordinator Jason Brown to get the latest.

City of Chesapeake Government
11/19/2020

City of Chesapeake Government

City offices, courts, Chesapeake Parks, Recreation and Tourism community centers, and Chesapeake Public Library branches will have modified hours in observance of Thanksgiving. There will be no trash or recycling collections on Thursday, Nov. 26. Thursday’s pickup will be collected on Friday, Nov. 27. Friday’s trash and recycling collections will be made on Saturday, Nov. 28. More info: bit.ly/2UG4EG6.

11/17/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, Home Edition: November 17

On this week’s Chesapeake Weekly: Home Edition, we’re debuting the first ever Chesapeake Virtual Town Meeting. Plus, vaping – is it really a good alternative to cigarettes? We learn about that and more on this Chesapeake Weekly

11/17/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, Home Edition: November 17

On this week’s Chesapeake Weekly: Home Edition, we’re debuting the first ever Chesapeake Virtual Town Meeting. Plus, vaping – is it really a good alternative to cigarettes? We learn about that and more on this Chesapeake Weekly

City of Chesapeake Government
11/16/2020

City of Chesapeake Government

COVID-19 cases are rising. We need to continue to take this threat very seriously. Please wear your mask, maintain physical distancing, wash your hands, and if you're sick, stay home.

11/13/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, Act of Kindness from the City that Cares

A Chesapeake police officer caught wind of a 97-year-old Chesapeake resident who was in desperate need of a handicap ramp for his house. The officer, a member of the Chesapeake Department of Human Services, and several community members were able to get this ramp built for this deserving resident.

City of ChesapeakeCity Council MeetingMarked Agenda from November 10, 2020View Here: bit.ly/3lqk8K1 Watch the meeting: b...
11/13/2020

City of Chesapeake
City Council Meeting
Marked Agenda from November 10, 2020
View Here: bit.ly/3lqk8K1
Watch the meeting: bit.ly/39Bye6v

City of Chesapeake
City Council Meeting
Marked Agenda from November 10, 2020
View Here: bit.ly/3lqk8K1
Watch the meeting: bit.ly/39Bye6v

11/12/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, 55+ and Better Virtual Programs

Virtual workshops, webinars, trainings, and of course, Zoom Bingo, twice a week, for those 55+ and Better. If you want to get in on this fun, there’s room for you! Just visit CityofChesapeake.net/55andBetter or call Chesapeake Parks, Recreation and Tourism at 382-6411 to learn how to get involved.

11/12/2020
'peake Life - COVID-19 and Flu Season

Flu season has officially begun. What is that going to look like while we continue to deal with COVID-19? We spoke with the experts, Dr. Nancy Welch and Epidemiologist Lisa Engle from the Chesapeake Health Department to get the facts.

11/12/2020
'peake Life - COVID-19 and Flu Season

Flu season has officially begun. What is that going to look like while we continue to deal with COVID-19? We spoke with the experts, Dr. Nancy Welch and Epidemiologist Lisa Engle from the Chesapeake Health Department to get the facts.

11/12/2020
'peake Life - COVID-19 and Flu Season

Flu season has officially begun. What is that going to look like while we continue to deal with COVID-19? We spoke with the experts, Dr. Nancy Welch and Epidemiologist Lisa Engle from the Chesapeake Health Department to get the facts.

City of Chesapeake Government
11/12/2020

City of Chesapeake Government

Learn about the Indian River Planning Area Study process and share your ideas with the study team at a Virtual Community Meeting. The meeting will include a brief overview of the planning process to date and plan recommendations for discussion and feedback. The meeting will be held on Monday, Nov. 16, from 6:00 – 7:15 p.m. Register here: bit.ly/irplanmeeting.

11/11/2020
Veterans Day, November 11, 2020

Veterans Day is this week and with that comes some City schedule changes. All City offices, courts, libraries, and community centers will be closed on Wednesday, November 11. There will be no changes to the trash or recycling collection schedules.

11/10/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, Home Edition November 10

On this week’s Chesapeake Weekly: Home Edition, we’re talking flu season, how that relates to COVID and when a cough might be something to call the doctor about. All that health news and more on this week’s edition of Chesapeake Weekly.

11/10/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, Home Edition November 10

On this week’s Chesapeake Weekly: Home Edition, we’re talking flu season, how that relates to COVID and when a cough might be something to call the doctor about. All that health news and more on this week’s edition of Chesapeake Weekly.

11/10/2020
'peake Life - Chesapeake Regional Healthcare Seeks Magnet Designation

Nursing at Chesapeake Regional Healthcare is working to earn Magnet designation to elevate patient care and nursing practices at the hospital. The journey requires widespread interdisciplinary participation and offers opportunities for high nursing staff engagement and satisfaction while providing exceptional quality care outcomes.

City of Chesapeake Government
11/09/2020

City of Chesapeake Government

All City offices, courts, community centers, Chesapeake Public Library branches, and the Chesapeake Visitor Center will be closed on Wednesday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veterans Day. There will be no changes to trash or recycling collection schedules.

The Chesapeake Mayor’s Commission on Veterans Affairs will hold a virtual wreath-laying ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. The ceremony can be viewed right here on our page or at www.CityOfChesapeake.net/TV.

11/06/2020
'peake Life - Chesapeake Public Library

Chesapeake Public Library has done an incredible job adjusting their services to meet the current needs of our community. Library Director Amanda Jackson joined us on this episode of 'peake Life to give us the latest on what they're up to.

11/05/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, Northwest River Park

We recently caught up with Ranger Dave for the latest on what all there is to offer at one of Chesapeake’s most treasured parks, Northwest River.

11/04/2020
Chesapeake Weekly, Road Construction in Great Bridge

If you’ve traveled through the heart of Great Bridge lately, you’ve likely noticed some construction on South Battlefield Blvd by the Great Bridge Bridge. There is actually a couple of things going on, some private construction, and a Public Works project. We caught up with Jason Brown from the Public Works Department.

City of Chesapeake Government
11/02/2020

City of Chesapeake Government

All City of Chesapeake offices, courts, community centers, libraries, and the Chesapeake Visitor’s Center will be closed on Tuesday, November 3 for Election Day. There will be NO changes to trash or recycling collection schedules. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. – 7 p.m. on Election Day. Find your precinct and learn more about voting at CityofChesapeake.net/Vote.

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Chesapeake Television is the official channel for the City of Chesapeake. We provide live coverage of City Council, Planning Commission, and School Board meetings. We also produce in-studio and on-location news and information programs to inform, educate, and entertain all those interested in the City of Chesapeake. Find us on your television on Cox Channel 48 or Verizon Channel 43 and streaming online at www.CityofChesapeake.net/TV.

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