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Diverse Bird Population is Good for Human Health

John Swaddle examines a young bluebird. Researchers from the College of William and Mary have discovered that what’s good for an area’s bird population also is good for people living…

W&M’s Newberry Finishes 23rd at Olympic Trials

Kathy Newberry, College of William and Mary head women’s cross country and track coach, finished 23rd in the 10,000 meter run at the U.S. Olympic Trials Friday night.…

OBX Has the Answers

Keith Exton, keeper of the hard-won OBX.com website No longer will Outer Banks vacationers need to click through countless websites to find information. It’s now in one place – www.obx.com.…

Anheuser-Busch to Cut $1 Billion in Costs, Buy Stock

Anheuser-Busch Cos., moving to placate investors after rejecting InBev NV’s $46.3 billion hostile takeover bid, plans to boost its stock by cutting as much as $1 billion in annual costs…

Severe Thunderstorm Watch No Longer in Effect

A severe thunderstorm warning issued until 5 p.m. for western James City County has been canceled.…

State Approves Dominion Rate Increase

Add electrical bills to the growing list of higher priced commodities.…

Laycock Center Open to Public Sunday

The College of William and Mary’s Athletics Department will host an open house event for the Jimmye Laycock Football Center on Sunday, June 29, starting at 2:00 pm and running…

Fatal Accident on Interstate 64

Virginia State Police Sergeant Michelle Cotten confirmed a fatality in a single vehicle crash near mile marker 231 on Interstate 64 eastbound in James City County at 8:16 a.m.…

Colonial Williamsburg Announces Specialty Plates

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation unveiled its own specialty license plate today. Virginia drivers may purchase special Colonial Williamsburg license plates for their vehicles under a program with the Department of…

Price Tag Too High for Reclaimed Water; JCC Back to the Drawing Board

A reclaimed water processing center in Florida. Reclaimed water at over $8 per 1,000 gallons?…

General Cornwallis to Seize CW this Weekend

Hundreds of British Army re-enactors seize the capital city of Colonial Williamsburg this weekend and subject the citizens of 1781 to martial law.…

GPSA Swim Meet Results for June 26, 2008

Greater Peninsula Swimming Association…

InBev May Need $7 Billion More to Win Over Anheuser

Anheuser-Busch rejected Inbev’s $65 per share offer. June 27 (Bloomberg) — Inbev NV, the Belgian brewer pursuing a takeover of Anheuser-Busch Cos., may have to offer an additional $7 billion…

Williamsburg Golfer Still in the State Championship Hunt

The State Amateur Golf Championship Finals are at Kingsmill Saturday. WILLIAMSBURG –– Of the eight golfers to advance to Friday’s quarterfinals, seven are ages 22-and-under as the first and second…

W&M’s Newberry Competes in Olympic Track Trials Tonight

Kathy Newberry, white shirt at right, tries for a spot on the Olympic track team tonight. Four years ago in Sacramento, Kathy Newberry competed at her first U.S. Olympic Trials…