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Veronica Chufo
Reporter
My Role

I'm a health, business and real estate reporter; a health blogger; and a health Web chat producer who also dabbles in social media.
My Biography

I joined the Daily Press in 2005. Before that, I was a reporter at the Erie Times-News in Erie, PA. I'm originally from small-town PA, somewhere between Erie and Pittsburgh.
My Interests

I take great delight in simple things: coffee (strong, with a little cream and sugar), baking (don't get me started on Christmas cookies!), traveling, reading, going to the beach, board games, watching sports with my husband (he's a Steelers fan) and participating in Bible studies. I tolerate running and prefer step aerobics. I'm a member of Bethel Temple Church in Hampton, Va.
My Recent Articles

Daring German sea raiders bring World War I to Hampton Roads 4/25/2015
The United States was still 3,000 miles and two years away from the horrors of the Great War in Europe during the spring of 1915.

Community, moms of homicide victims, join Newport News march to stop gun violence 4/25/2015
NEWPORT NEWS — The rain Saturday morning didn't stop Patricia Lovelace, Geraldine Bryant or Linda Stevenson from marching against the violence that ended their children's lives too soon.

Navy identifies SEAL killed in training accident at Little Creek; second SEAL in critical condition, official says 4/25/2015
The U.S. Navy has identified a SEAL killed Friday in a training accident at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story as Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Seth Cody Lewis.

More than 2,000 lose power in Gloucester, Mathews because of Osprey nest, official says 4/25/2015
More than 2,000 customers in Gloucester and Mathews temporarily lost power Saturday night because of an Osprey nest touching a line, an official said.

Tempesto opens to excitement in Williamsburg 4/25/2015
Despite the overcast weather and sprinkle of rain, Busch Gardens President Carl Lum was all smiles on Saturday morning. The boisterous applause kept coming as each group of people hopped off their first ride on Tempesto, the park’s newest roller coaster that opened to the public Saturday.