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Lucille Baillargeon Cody

Williamsburg - Lucille Baillargeon Cody, 81, died Sunday, Oct. 26, at the Williamsburg Hospice House following a courageous battle with cancer. She was a 50 year resident of Williamsburg and…

George W. Walton

Williamsburg - George W. Walton, a lifelong resident of York County, has gone to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008. He was surrounded by the love of…

George Henry Pope

Williamsburg - George Henry Pope, former teacher, coach and assistant principal of Berryville High School, passed away at his Williamsburg home on Oct. 24, 2008 at the age of 94.…

William E. Tucker

Williamsburg - William E. Tucker, 78, a retired nuclear physicist and senior Federal Official, died at home of heart disease on Oct. 27, 2008. Dr. Tucker received his PhD, MA…

Ronald H. Riffle

Died: 2008-10-28 Lanexa - Pastor Ronald H. Riffle, 60, passed away Oct. 28, 2008, at home. Ron dedicated himself to 30 years of service in the ministry, serving as the…

Colley Leads Jamestown XC Boys, Peterson Lafayette Girls to State Meet

Jamestown senior Andrew Colley clocked another stellar run at Thursday’s Region I Cross Country Championships at Loriella Park in Fredericksburg.…

Mariner’s Museum Opens New Entrance

At 9 A.M. on Tuesday, November 11, The Mariners’ Museum will dedicate its new entrance wall, located at the intersection of Warwick Boulevard and the Avenue of the Arts. The…

Williamsburg Family Finds Presidential Common Ground

Jodi Murphy, John McCain (Dan Murphy), Barack Obama (Brett Myers) and Jill Murphy at World Series Game 4. It was Game 4 of the World Series in Philadelphia when the…

McCain Plans Saturday Stop at CNU

Senator John McCain is coming back to Hampton Roads. He’s scheduled a rally at < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Christopher Newport University tomorrow at 7 a.m. McCain…

Ex-W&M President Nichol Writes Of Conservative Forces

Former College of William and Mary President Gene Nichol discussed the movement to oust him from office in a column in the Oct. 31 edition of The Chronicle of Higher…

City, Students in Talks to Change ’3-Person Rule’

Williamsburg soon could budge on the three-person rule, a 17-year-old zoning ordinance that has caused tension between students and the city.…

All the Dirt: Compost 101

Most gardeners face numerous obstacles growing plants in Virginia’s native clay soil. My own yard is, in fact, the poster child for everything that works against growing healthy plants. Fortunately,…

Tribe Women Win Regular Season

Backs against the wall figuratively, needing a win to clinch one of the top two seeds in next week’s Colonial Athletic Association Championships and a bye past Tuesday’s quarterfinal round;…

A-B Launches Recycling Website

This Bud’s for you. But not for the landfill.…

Mason School Among World’s Top 100

The College of William and Mary’s Mason School of Business is one of the world’s top 100 business schools, according to England’s Financial Times newspaper.…

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