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Freedom of Information Act

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  • Chamberlin plans to expand; Fort Monroe has no say

    Chamberlin plans to expand; Fort Monroe has no say
    A Hampton Roads icon, Old Point Comfort's The Chamberlin, is planning to expand, officials of the Fort Monroe Authority disclosed Thursday -- and then hastened to say it has nothing to do with them. The former hotel is now a senior living center...
  • Rudolph relishes role with BGA

    Heidi Rudolph is proud to be part of a watchdog group targeting corruption and wrongdoing in government. The Western Springs resident serves on the board of directors for the Better Government Association, a non-profit group that promotes reform in...
  • DP Buzz: Handgun sales

    Editor's note: "DP Buzz is an interactive feature of the Daily Press Press Opinion Page. We email weekly questions on issues and topics affecting Peninsula-area citizens. Each week, subscribers can choose whether to weigh in or not with a short answer....
  • Former Windsor police chief's mug shot released

    Former Windsor police chief's mug shot released
    The confused and lengthy effort to find the missing mug shot of a former Windsor police chief accused of embezzlement has finally yielded a booking photo — but the picture of why it was hard to get remained fuzzy until recently. Arlis "Vic"...
  • Rolling Stone never asked university about rape allegations, according to emails

    Rolling Stone never asked university about rape allegations, according to emails
    A Rolling Stone reporter and a fact checker for the magazine never sought a reaction from officials at the University of Virginia about an alleged gang rape at a campus fraternity in 2012, according to an extensive exchange of emails between the...
  • Trains plus crude oil equals trouble along the tracks

    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. �� Every day, strings of black tank cars filled with crude oil roll slowly across a long wooden railroad bridge over the Black Warrior River. The 116-year-old bridge is a landmark in this city of 95,000 people, home to...
  • What happened -- and what didn't -- in health care in 2014

    What happened -- and what didn't -- in health care in 2014
    The year had more than its share of headline-grabbing stories in health care. Here are just a few to look back on and reflect. It's also an opportunity to assess what worked and what didn't, and what goals to set in 2015. •The Affordable Care and...
  • Snapshot: Crossing guards face crossing point not on their terms

    Snapshot: Crossing guards face crossing point not on their terms
    The mailbox at the Peart residence in Northbrook reminds me of festive mailboxes pictured on holiday cards. At least Lucille “Sis” and Cliff Peart hoped to receive seasonal mail from the families they served as crossing guards at...
  • $44,725 for coordination of records

    HAMPTON — When it comes to paperwork, City Hall knows how to produce it. Hampton has budgeted $44,725 in fiscal year 2015 to coordinate the records it produces. The money is used to organize and track city records by "improving the timeliness...
  • State council: Fort Monroe Authority closed meeting improperly

    State council: Fort Monroe Authority closed meeting improperly
    The closed-door meeting during which Fort Monroe Authority board chairman John Lawson disclosed a possible conflict of interest with The Chamberlin's expansion plans was convened in violation of state law, the state Freedom of Information Council said....
  • UConn And Tennessee: Time To Renew Women's Basketball Rivalry

    UConn And Tennessee: Time To Renew Women's Basketball Rivalry
    The pen of women's basketball history is in Geno Auriemma's hand now. The UConn-Tennessee rivalry didn't invent the sport, but it sure as hell made the sport. And when Pat Summitt showed a coward's wisdom in 2007 by ending the greatest series in women's...