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  • Peninsula House delegation: 16 bills enacted into law, 37 die

    The Peninsula's House of Delegates members sponsored a slew of bills -- 53, actually -- and it looks as if they've managed to get their fellow legislators and now the governor to say 16 of them are good ideas.
  • Fort Monroe's disputed land may cost Virginia taxpayers $23.1 million

    Fort Monroe's disputed land may cost Virginia taxpayers $23.1 million
    The U.S. Army and Commonwealth of Virginia may use millions of state taxpayers dollars to settle a years-long property dispute at Fort Monroe. The Army wants Virginians to pay $23.1 million for two parcels bordering Mill Creek's southern shore and along...

    Metro Fiber plans Fort Monroe to Norfolk underwater expansion

    Metro Fiber plans Fort Monroe to Norfolk underwater expansion
    Metro Fiber Networks plans to place an underwater fiber optic cable on the floor of the Chesapeake Bay connecting the Peninsula to Norfolk through Fort Monroe. The Yorktown-based telecommunications company has been seeking approvals from Hampton and...

    YMCA to open Fort Monroe fitness center

    YMCA to open Fort Monroe fitness center
    The YMCA plans to open a 34,020-square-foot fitness center on Fort Monroe this spring, just feet from the decommissioned Army post's iconic moat and stone citadel. The Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA announced its plans Tuesday. The Fort Monroe YMCA dates...

    The Chamberlin would like to expand at Fort Monroe -- if it can figure out who to talk to about it

    The Chamberlin would like to expand at Fort Monroe -- if it can figure out who to talk to about it
    Once a resort hotel, now a plush waterfront retirement community, The Chamberlin could eventually have places for people who need some help getting around -- if, that is, its Roanoke-based owners can figure out who they need to talk to about making plans....