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Flu Season – Information and Flu Shot Locations

Flu season begins in the fall and runs into the winter. The following information about the flu and flushots was compiled by WYDaily including information from the Virginia Department of…

Kim Mount Named CAA co-Player of the Week

All-conference setter Kim Mount (Corte Madera, Calif.) was selected Monday as the CAA Volleyball co-Player of the Week, as announced by the conference office. Mount shared the award, her first…

W&M Hosts Free Talk on Bailout Plan Today

U.S. Senator Bob Bennett, a Republican from Utah, was one of Congress’ key negotiators in passage of the financial rescue plan. He’s in town – at the College of William…

Tribe Football Moves Up The Ranks

After extending its winning streak to three games with a 34-24 victory against Rhode Island last weekend, the William and Mary football team moved up in both national polls this…

Fake Election Information Discovered

The Virginia State Board has issued a warning about a flyer being distributed around theHampton Roads area stating that Republican Party supporters shall vote on November 4 andDemocratic Party supporters…

Deadline Today for Mailed Absentee Ballot Requests

Today is the last day that registrars in Virginia cities and counties will accept applications for absentee ballots for next Tuesday’s Presidential Election.…

Tuesdays at the Tide

Ray LaMontagneHis new CD is called “Gossip in the Grain,” and we are already playing the song “You Are The Best Thing.” LaMontagne appeared quickly on the music scene with…

Love Canal Made Lois Gibbs an Activist; Public Talk at W&M Wed.

Lois Gibbs with then-President Jimmy Carter, when he signed the Superfund legislation that the Love Canal environmental disaster prompted. “Corroding waste-disposal drums could be seen breaking up through the grounds…

Tribe Players Own Half of CAA’s Best this Week

Two of a kind: Tribe football’s kicker Brian Pate and linebacker Jake Trantin were selected CAA players of the week. Photo courtesy of Tribe Athletics. After outstanding performances in No.…

Area Student Dies in Ithaca Car Accident

A Williamsburg man died Saturday morning in a single-car accident near Ithaca, NY, where he attended school.…

Obama in Hampton Roads Tuesday

Barack Obama will be back in Virginia Tuesday, making rally stops at James Madison University in Harrisonburg and at Harbor Park in Norfolk.…

Seniors: Communities Need Your Input for Action Plan

On Wednesday morning, the public is invited to stop by the Williamsburg Regional Library and share ideas on what the community’s new Action Plan on Aging should be.…

Dr. Decipher: Is Our Coffee Habit Harmful?

The alarm goes off, you wake up groggy, hit the alarm, and immediately head to the coffee pot and pour in a couple of scoops. In a few minutes, you…

Anheuser-Busch Settles Litigation

Anheuser-Busch settled all the Missouri and Delaware litigation filed by shareholders during InBev’s bidding process to buyout the Budweiser maker, according to a regulatory filing Thursday.…

Have Thoughts, Questions About a JCC Airport? Share Them Monday

As the James City County Airport Feasibility Study continues to progress, the Community Airport Committee has scheduled a public workshop for discussion and to seek public input.…