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The Dish: Tom Austin, Berret’s and Riverwalk Inn

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…

JCC Receives Grant for Citizen Alerts

James City County residents will soon benefit from an enhanced citizen alert system.…

FBI Director: A Safer Country Today

FBI Director Robert Mueller spoke at William and Mary Friday, in a wide-ranging talk about the agency’s changing role. FBI Director Robert Mueller believes a lot of hard work has…

Tribe Football Plays at Towson Today

Jonathan Grimes leads the Tribe in rushing. After earning a 34-24 victory against Rhode Island on homecoming last weekend, the No. 16/19 Tribe will look to extend its three-game winning…

National Group Agrees: Riverwalk is Beautiful

Riverwalk Landing isn’t just pretty to look at; it’s a great place to take in a free evening concert. Locals enjoy the lovely grounds and landscaping along the Yorktown Riverwalk,…

Senator Bennett: How the Economic Crisis Happened, What Comes Next

The magnitude of the 2008 financial crisis in the United States unfolded in late September when U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson came before a joint congressional committee and said…

WM Ranked A Best Value by Kiplinger’s

The College of William and Mary remains one of the country’s best values in public colleges, according to the latest ranking by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine. In its annual report,…

Sundance Award Winner Shows Films at Kimball

Sundance Festival Prize-winner Paul Harrill shows his new short film, Quick Feet, Soft Hands, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11 at Colonial Williamsburg’s Kimball Theatre. The College of William and…

High School Football – Tabb Slips by Bruton

Bruton High School’s upset over York last week was not one to be repeated as they fell to Tabb 20-28, leaving Tabb, Graftonand York all tied for second place in…