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Williamsburg Coffee Beanery Closes

Outside the closed Coffee Beanery on Jamestown Road in Williamsburg Coffee shops have become the informal conference rooms for small meetings. Order a latte, open your laptop and settle in…

Housing Foreclosures Not an Issue in the Triangle

Housing foreclosure rates in Virginia are nearly half the United States rate and almost non-existent in the historic triangle, according to the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development.…

Forbes: Virginia Number One State for Business

For the third straight year, Forbes’ Magazine’s annual ranking of the Best States for Business has listed Virginia in the top spot. The competition, however, has gotten stiffer.…

Racimo con Brio: “You can lead a horticulture but you can’t make her think.”

Victoria Racimo, WYDaily’s culture blogger Yes, today’s headline features a line from the irreverent comedy currently playing at the Virginia Shakespeare Festival at the College of William and Mary.…

W&M Retooled Website is Live Today

Changes coming for the W&M website When a website turns nine, it’s time for a change.…

Storm Causes York Power Outages

A fast-moving storm dumped rain on York County Wednesday evening, and high winds took out power to around a thousand homes in southern York.…

Tribe Dominates Women’s Tennis All-State Awards

Megan Moulton-Levy was named the VaSID State Player of the Year Richmond, Va. – The William and Mary women’s tennis team once again dominated the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID)…

Dream Leads to Goal; Next Stop, Beijing

David Walters, Tabb High grad and Beijing Olympian David Walters’ Olympic dream began at age 10.…

W&M’s Swem Library Earns National Recognition

The Princeton Review listed W&M’s Swem Library as the eighth best library in the country. The College of William and Mary’s libraries are among the best in the country, according…

CAA Football Special to Air

Tribe quarterback Jake Phillips will lead W&M this season. CN8, The Comcast Network is set to air “‘Out of Bounds Special: CAA Football 2008” previewing the upcoming season of CAA…

Troopers Injured on I-64

Two Virginia State Police troopers are still recovering after being struck by vehicles during the Operation Air, Land and Speed traffic safety campaign. Chesapeake Division Senior Troopers J.F. Dennis and…

Personal Data Stored in Stolen Anheuser-Busch Laptops

Anheuser-Busch laptops containing the personal information of employees were stolen in early June from an office in the St. Louis area.…

Robert P. “Robbie” McCormack

Died: 2008-07-25 WILLIAMSBURG – On July 25, 2008 (his mother’s birthday) 16 year-old Robbie McCormack lost his life in a motor vehicle accident. Robbie would have been a junior at…

James Verlon Hite

WILLIAMSBURG – James Verlon Hite passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family and friends, at the Williamsburg Hospice House on Monday, July 28, 2008.…

Tax Holiday This Weekend

Back-to-school shoppers can benefit from a sales tax holiday this weekend.…

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