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Williamsburg Vet Latest Interim SPCA Chief

Last year the Peninsula SPCA took in some 4700 cats. The Peninsula Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will undergo another leadership change in mid-September when its interim…

Gov. Deploys Task Force to Louisiana Ahead of Gustav

RICHMOND – Governor Timothy M. Kaine today announced that resources from the Commonwealth of Virginia will be dispatched to Louisiana in response to the threat of Hurricane Gustav, a major…

Trading Hats and Sharing Hope in the Pink Room

The room is a lovely shade of light pink, with a large, carved-wood bed in the center and a tall window framed by pink striped drapes. Numerous table lamps swathe…

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 WY Daily.…

The Dish: Julia Fitchett, The Kitchen Restaurant

The Dish asks a different restaurateur each week for their three favorite menu items at another restaurant. Two of them have to be local. All of them are bound to…

W-JCC School Bus Route Info Posted at Libraries

Mail delayed to some residents – full info at public libraries Saturday only.…

High School Football Scores

High School Football Scoreboard…

Antiques Stores Burglarized; Police Seek Info

The James City Police Department is investigating three July break-ins of antique businesses in the upper or western portion of the county.…

The H.E.A.R.D. – A Full Service Rest Area on Route 199?

Proposed location of Pit Stop, LLC’s latest roadside rest stop, the Willard Scott Service Area. Each week The H.E.A.R.D. considers local stories brought to our attention through unidentified news sources.…

JCC Teens Charged in Ford’s Colony Vandalism, Mayo Assault

Four James City County teens face a series of misdemeanor charges following incidents that occurred over Aug. 5 and 6 in the Ford’s Colony subdivision.…

Former KGB Spy, Once Held at Camp Peary, Dies

WASHINGTON — Yuri Nosenko, a former Soviet agent who was at the center of some of the most dramatic espionage episodes of the cold war and spent time interrogated at…

Buddleias for Butterflies

Although the common butterfly bush isn’t native to the United States it deserves a place in your garden. It’s an absolute magnet for butterflies, bees and the occasional hummingbird. Thousands…

Kaine Cites W&M on The Daily Show

Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine shares a laugh with W&M grad – and influential American – Jon Stewart. Less than a week after visiting the College to get a first-hand look…

VDOT Lane Closures for Aug. 31-Sept. 6

For an update on traffic and travel information, visit the new 511 website, call 511 or listen to 610AM.…

WM Alum at Center of LPGA Issue

Libba Galloway knows it is not easy. She spent four semesters studying another language at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va., and the lasting memory of her…

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