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A popular summer concert series has seemingly escaped looming federal budget cuts. Fort Monroe's Music By the Bay series will begin June 13 and with a performance by the U.S. Fleet Forces Band Wind Ensemble. Concerts take place on Thursday evenings at...
Wednesday was one of the shortest public meetings I've ever attended, and yet it felt like it went on for hours. Terrie Suit, the Fort Monroe Authority Board of Trustees Executive Committee chairwoman, gaveled in the meeting just after 1:30 p.m....
The Fort Monroe Authority’s short-term goals have been pretty apparent for the past eight months, even if they aren’t necessarily laid out in a formal master plan. Get people back into the historic homes. Then wrangle the biggest expenses...
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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...
Even though the Army has decamped, the bands will play on. The Fort Monroe Authority announced this week that the music series previously called Music Under the Stars will continue this summer under the name Music by the Bay. Military band concerts are a...
Daily PressNews release from the City of Hampton: The Fort Monroe Authority and the City of Hampton are pleased to announce a joint agreement to open the Engineers Fishing Pier at Fort Monroe on December 9. In the agreement, the City of Hampton will assume the day-...
ReporterThe state’s ban on outdoor advertising for alcohol is history, but the House of Delegates has passed legislation that will limit booze on billboards. Virginia billboards advertise almost everything except alcohol, but that’s about to change. ...
Billboards full off booze could soon be up across Virginia, and state lawmakers aren't happy about it. The Commonwealth is lifting a long-time ban, after settling a lawsuit with Lamar Advertising. The agreement allows outdoor advertising of alcoholic...
Daily PressWard 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...
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Daily PressJared 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...
Daily PressAs the housing crisis ripples through the economy and panicked homeowners face foreclosure, one advocacy group in Virginia is seeing an ominous rise in scam artists. Now state lawmakers in Hampton Roads are taking aim. Lawmakers in Newport News and...
804-225-7345Vice President Dick Cheney brought the national spotlight to Jamestown on Wednesday, addressing state lawmakers from the spot from where the Virginia General Assembly first met nearly 400 years ago. "It is striking to realize how much of America's...
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