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  • Bob MacLeish: Ad man who helped homeless find shelter

    Bob MacLeish: Ad man who helped homeless find shelter
    He taught his three children to appreciate laughter, beauty and wonder, fought for his country in the South Pacific, spent decades working in advertising, ministered to jail inmates and helped Orlando's homeless find warm places to sleep on cold nights....
  • Bob Timberg's storied life [Commentary]

    In 1970, American blood was being shed on the killing fields of Vietnam. Congress lowered the voting age from 21 to 18. Richard Nixon's Oval Office conversations were being recorded. And in Annapolis, a cub reporter was hired by the Evening Capital. He...
  • Eagle Technologies could move in to Daily Press building

    Eagle Technologies could move in to Daily Press building
    NEWPORT NEWS — The Daily Press Media Group's publishing and media headquarters could become home to an aviation design and manufacturing company. Eagle Technologies, which makes helicopter rotor blades, has outgrown its Hampton headquarters and...
  • Court allows release of officers' names in UC Davis pepper-spray case

    The California Supreme Court has affirmed that newspapers have a right to know and publish the names of all the UC Davis campus police officers involved in the controversial pepper-spraying of student protesters in 2011. The state high court this week...
  • Ukrainian journalists tour Hampton jail, courthouse

    A group of Ukrainian journalists visited the Daily Press earlier this month in an exchange program to see a U.S. newspaper in action. During their time here, we took two of the Ukrainian journalists and an interpreter to tour the Hampton City Jail and...
  • Black police officers decry union's legal fund donation [Commentary]

    Black police officers decry union's legal fund donation [Commentary]
    African American Officers of the Anne Arundel County Police Department were shocked and taken back by the donation to the defense fund for Officer Darren Wilson of Ferguson, Mo., by the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 70 Board of Directors. While we...
  • Feedback 8/17: Daily Press redesign

    I've been reading the Daily Press. for 36 years. You have finally given your subscribers an informative, sophisticated newspaper to read. It's a 180-degree turnaround from the original and I appreciate your effort. Thank you. •Nancy, York County: I...
  • Chicago Tribune Media Group names new head of finance

    Chicago Tribune Media Group names new head of finance
    The Chicago Tribune Media Group has promoted Jane Eberle to vice president of finance.   Eberle moves up from director of planning , filling the void left by last week’s departure of longtime chief financial officer Phil Doherty, who retired after...
  • Authors' Protest of Amazon Shows That Bigger Isn't Always Better in Business

    When some 900 authors last week delivered a call to arms against Internet giant Amazon, the subtext of their message went beyond a dispute about rights and numbers. It also signaled a growing discomfort over control of intellectual property in the hands...
  • A Mysterious Creature That Once Haunted Glastonbury

    A Mysterious Creature That Once Haunted Glastonbury
    GLASTONBURY — It was a creature that let out "blood curdling yells at night." It was described as witnesses who saw it as a large dog with a cat-like face. Small dogs disappeared or were found mutilated along with goats and sheep. And so the...
  • Chicago Humanities Festival releases fall schedule

    Chicago Humanities Festival releases fall schedule
    Click "I'm a Book Nerd. What's for me?" on the website of the Chicago Humanities Festival, and 36 programs from the schedule for autumn 2014 fill the screen. That's about one-third of all the events in the annual culture confab, making the festival...