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Gilmore Brings Working Families Tour to Triangle

Former governor Jim Gilmore, now a senate hopeful Former governor Jim Gilmore is not letting polls or fundraising slow him down.…

While A-B Execs Enjoy Private Jets, InBev’s Brass Flies Coach

Big money is at stake in St. Louis if InBev, known for its to-the-bone cost cutting and no-frills corporate culture, decides to jettison Anheuser-Busch’s lavish spending on aircraft.…

Kaine and Obama – Serious Talks

Several national news sources are reporting this morning that Virginia Governor Tim Kaine has informed close associates that he has had “very serious” conversations with Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama…

A Local Artist with a Healthy Future

Morgan Epstein at the Norva beside bass player Ben Pelletier. If you were blindfolded and asked to guess who was on stage at the Norva in Norfolk last night, you…

Crime Line Looking for Info on Attempted Robbery

The York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office needs information on the following crimes.…

Jack H. Flynn

Died: 2008-07-25 YORKTOWN – Jack H. Flynn, 96, of Piney Point, passed away Friday, July 25, 2008.…

Dr. Decipher: You make the diagnosis

Dr. John Janousek, aka Dr. Decipher The most enjoyable yet challenging aspect of emergency care is making a diagnosis, that is, figuring out the one problem that is causing the…

You’ve Heard the Name, But Who Is J4C?

As James City County continues working toward its 2008 comprehensive plan, citizen groups like the J4C – James City County Citizens’ Coalition – are offering their input.…

Good to Know: An Old Canteen, A New Idea

Volunteers from New Town United Methodist Church gather in front of their mobile kitchen after mealtime. Thursday night’s dinner was chicken casserole with green beans and fresh-baked cookies for dessert.…

The Week in Review

Miss it earlier this week? Well, you haven’t missed it completely. Here are the high points of the last week, from the pages of WYDaily.…

Citizens’ Group Spells Out JCC Growth

James City County’s population is increasing. There is no question about that.…

Thomas Bernard Karafa

Thomas Bernard Karafa, 18, a 2008 graduate of Jamestown High School, past into eternal life on July 25th. Tommy was born December 24, 1989 in Chesapeake, and was a resident…

Rose B. Madden

WILLIAMSBURG – Rose B. Madden died suddenly on Friday, July 25, 2008.…

Election Canvass, Countdown Underway Today

With polling showing a statistical dead-heat in the race for Virginia’s 13 electoral votes, both presidential campaigns are increasing their efforts across the state.…

Marquis Property Auctioned; County Hopeful

Plans for the Marquis at Williamsburg didn’t include foreclosure, but about a million square feet of shopping The troubled Marquis development off Route 199 is out from under $24 million…