This Week's Member Spotlight: Fauquier Times

Our member spotlight this week is Fauquier Times. Read more in this week's ePress!

Webinar- What You Don't Know Can Hurt You- Recent Developments in Libel Law, Lawsuits, FOIA & More

Dates: 

Thu, Nov 02 2017

As part of our new training and professional development initiative, VPA is rolling out original webinar programming focused on the needs of our members. We are pleased to announce that the first webinar in this program - What You Don't Know Can Hurt You- Recent Developments in Libel Law, Lawsuits, FOIA & More - will take place on November 2 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Webinar-What You Don't Know Can Hurt You- Recent Developments in Libel Law, Lawsuits, FOIA & More

As part of our new training and professional development initiative, VPA is rolling out original webinar programming focused on the needs of our members. We are pleased to announce that the first webinar in this program - What You Don't Know Can Hurt You- Recent Developments in Libel Law, Lawsuits, FOIA & More - will take place on November 2 from 1:00 p.m.

Gov. Declares Oct. 1-7, 2017 Virginia Newspaper Week

By proclamation of Governor Terry McAuliffe, October 1-7, 2017 is Virginia Newspaper Week. This week coincides with National Newspaper Week. Locally and nationally, this is a week to celebrate and honor newspapers for the vital role they play in upholding a free democracy, transparency, accountability, and citizen participation. Read VPA's press release about the proclamation here.

VPA Member Spotlight - Matt Paxton

New Member Spotlight in ePress this week! Read more about Matt Paxton, Publisher for The News-Gazette!

New Member Spotlight - Bonnie V. Winston, Richmond Free Press

Check out our new Member Spotlight in ePress this week - Bonnie V. Winston, Managing Editor, Richmond Free Press.

Save the Date: November 30 - VPA Day at the Capital

Dates: 

Thu, Nov 30 2017

2017 VPA Press Directory Available Online

VPA Member Spotlight: Loudoun Now

This week's member spotlight is on Loudoun Now. Read all about it in ePress. Not subscribed? Let us know and we'll get you connected!

Henrico Judge Reverses Himself, Says Individual Lawmakers are Subject to FOIA

A Henrico County Circuit Court judge on Wednesday reversed a ruling he issued in June, saying he made a mistake when he wrote that Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act applied only to public bodies and not to individual officials. Read more from The Richmond Times-Dispatch here.

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