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  • David M. Allen, partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman

    David M. Allen, partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman
    David M. Allen was promoted to partner at law firm Katten Muchin Rosenman in Chicago in the Trust and Estates practice. He focuses on tax, succession and business planning for clients of significant wealth. Allen received his law degree from the...
  • Upcoming Events

    Upcoming Events
    Hampton Roads reader events for the week of Sept. 9-15 include poetry readings, virtual author meet-and-greets and tickets for upcoming author talks. - Beginning Tuesday (Sept. 9), pick up tickets to attend the Thursday, Oct. 9 talk and book signing...
  • Williams and the McDonnells: A timeline

    March 2009: Star Scientific lets Bob McDonnell's gubernatorial campaign use its jet (leased to it by company chief executive Jonnie Williams) for two trips, together worth more than $10,800. October 2009: Star lets McDonnell use its plane two more times,...
  • William and Mary announces $27 million renovation to Zable Stadium

    William and Mary announces $27 million renovation to Zable Stadium
    WILLIAMSBURG — William and Mary announced plans Tuesday for a $27 million renovation project of Zable Stadium that will update and modernize the 79-year-old facility. Plans call for a new upper deck, suites and a new press box on the west side...
  • Safety on campus

    As thousands of young people arrive at Virginia's colleges and universities for the start of a new semester, campus officials have a responsibility to maintain a safe environment for students. That includes protecting them from sexual violence, a...
  • McDonnell trial: Researchers wary of McDonnell's Anatabloc ties

    McDonnell trial: Researchers wary of McDonnell's Anatabloc ties
    University of Virginia researchers were uncomfortable about the governor’s apparent support for Anatabloc, a supplement they considered studying at its maker’s behest, a key university official testified Monday during the federal corruption...
  • McDonnell trial: Governor's protection unit spied for state police

    McDonnell trial: Governor's protection unit spied for state police
    RICHMOND – Gov. Bob McDonnell's protection unit eavesdropped on him as fellow state police officers went through the lengthy investigation that was eventually turned over to the FBI, according to testimony offered Tuesday during the federal trial...
  • University of Florida makes 'happiest freshmen' list

    University of Florida makes 'happiest freshmen' list
    New citizens of Gator Nation are a happy lot, at least according to a new (and, yes, yet another) college ranking list. The University of Florida is No. 44 on the "50 Colleges and Universities with the Happiest Freshmen" list. The list, released this...
  • Will Bob McDonnell's Adam and Eve defense sway a jury?

    Will Bob McDonnell's Adam and Eve defense sway a jury?
    During the past four weeks, a parade of witnesses in the corruption trial of Bob and Maureen McDonnell have described the former first lady as a mercurial "nutbag" whose outbursts rattled the governor's mansion staff, and as someone who should be...
  • 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...
  • 4 college students gain experience at BASF internships in Suffolk

    4 college students gain experience at BASF internships in Suffolk
    Four college students gained hands-on experience by interning for two months at chemical company BASF's Suffolk site this summer. Suffolk native and Lakeland High School graduate Matthew Bradshaw worked in the production development laboratory at the...
  • Older runners can see how they run -- and then fix it

    Older runners can see how they run -- and then fix it
    I've missed qualifying for the Boston Marathon 24 times. Twenty-four. Two-oh-plus-four. I'm pushing 50, and Boston is my great white whale. I've come frustratingly close to beating the qualifying standard several times over the years but have always...