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  • Free outdoor concerts from military bands scheduled for Fort Eustis, Fort Monroe

    Free outdoor concerts from military bands scheduled for Fort Eustis, Fort Monroe
    In Sunday's Daily Press we rounded up many of the area's regular, weekly free concert events. The scope of story didn't include the wealth of military concerts that take place on the Peninsula through the summer months. Thanks to the region's...
  • Reserve Fleet's vanishing act continues

    Reserve Fleet's vanishing act continues
    The vanishing act of the James River ghost fleet could continue to the point that it numbers only about 15 ships by the end of next year, the head of the U.S. Maritime Administration said Wednesday. On Wednesday morning, Maritime Administrator Sean T....
  • NEWS STORY: The idea of a high-rise bridge

    The Peninsula obsession with the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel is spreading south. Lawmakers from across Hampton Roads gathered Thursday to talk about the region's ailing transportation network in the hopes of getting a clearer picture of where they all...
  • FOLLOW-UP NEWS: Road woes draw Peninsula, South Hampton Roads closer

    FOLLOW-UP NEWS: Road woes draw Peninsula, South Hampton Roads closer
    The amazing four-lane high-rise bridge? Transportation meetings last week produced some compelling new road possibilities and triggered some shifting subplots in the General Assembly's quest to smooth Hampton Roads traffic. Ratcheting up road discussion...
  • Could a toll pay for HRBT's expansion?

    Del. Phil Hamilton, R- Newport News, wants to know if the private sector can accomplish something that government has failed to do: expand the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel. Under that scenario, a contractor would enter into a 50-year agreement to expand...
  • The governor says he'll offer his transportation proposal .

    Gov. Timothy M. Kaine is going to roll out his own roads fix in the next few weeks and nail down a date of a special transportation session in Richmond. Kaine told Hampton Roads civic leaders Thursday that he is still ironing out the proposal, but he...
  • Fighting payday lending: Advocacy group joins forces with churches

    When Virginians Against Payday Lending was recently given a chance to have Gov. Timothy M. Kaine mediate a compromise with payday lenders, the advocacy group declined. The group has decided it won't compromise on what it believes is a moral issue,...
  • Love covers this child's world

    Jared Patton turns 3 years old Tuesday, but he will forever be a baby. He can't sit or stand. Can't talk or roll over. He can move his legs, but can't walk. He can move his arms, but will never grasp a toy. Yet in the cocoon of stuffed animals, soft...
  • Jared Patton: Shaken baby boy 'went with peace'

    Jared Patton: Shaken baby boy 'went with peace'
    They called him a gladiator — locked in the fight of his life. For his life. A battle to breathe in. To breathe out. To take in enough sustenance and medicine to carry his little broken body over one hour to the next. To love and be loved in...
  • 2008 Citizen of the Year: Ward Scull

    Ward Scull's interest in payday loans started as an effort to help a single Virginian. But it grew into a statewide coalition that campaigns to protect all Virginians from predatory lending. And it has earned him recognition as the Daily Press Citizen of...
  • Local GOP activists still standing by their man

    Local GOP activists still standing by their man
    Top members of his own party would rather he resign. The House speaker has issued a public rebuke and launched an ethics investigation. But instead of going away, Del. Phil Hamilton is going door-to-door in the 93rd District. And local GOP officials...