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What You’ll Do…This Weekend, Nov. 28-30

It’s a Thursday night. The weekend is looming large. You sit at the dinner table and ask your spouse, “So what do you want to do this weekend?” Here at…

Racimo con Brio: Grateful for the Amazing Human Body

Wow, how beautiful the human body can be! It’s being shown off to great advantage right now here in New York City where a dozen sleek, muscular and dynamic dancers…

TowneBank Gets Prelim OK for TARP Program

Hampton Roads-based TowneBank, which counts offices in Williamsburg and York County among its 17, announced Wednesday it has received preliminary approval for a $76.5 million investment from the U.S. Treasury…

W&M To Present Strategies for Businesses to Weather Financial Crisis

(Williamsburg, Va.) – The College of William and Mary’s Technology and Business Center, with the Mason School of Business, the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance, will present a financial…

Top-Seeded Wake Forest Edges Tribe in OT, 1-0,

Cody Arnoux of Wake Forest scored the winning goal against the Tribe. Winston-Salem, N.C. – The William and Mary men’s soccer took top-seeded Wake Forest into overtime before falling to…

Tribe Uses Strong Second-Half to Stymie Radford

Williamsburg – The William and Mary men’s basketball team used an outstanding second-half effort in rolling past Big South foe Radford, 73-53, on Tuesday night at Kaplan Arena. Trailing by…

Betcha Can’t Take the Bus to Work: An Excellent Adventure

Fellow commuters enjoy the WAT ride. It sounded almost like a dare when the idea was first discussed: Betcha can’t take the bus to work.…

W&M Law Grad First to Serve as Equal Justice Fellow in Virginia

Geraldine Doetzer Geraldine Doetzer, a 2008 graduate of William & Mary Law School, is the first full-time Equal Justice America Post-Graduate Fellow to serve in Virginia. Equal Justice America (EJA)…

Investigation Links JCC Alleged Brothel to NN Operation

James City County police made several arrests Friday night at an alleged brothel on Richmond Road, which they believe is linked to a similar operation busted simultaneously in Newport News.…

John Carl Schroeder

Died: 2008-11-22 Williamsburg – John Carl Schroeder, 79, died Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008. Complete funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Bucktrout of Williamsburg Funeral Home.…

David Allen Guertin

Died: 2008-11-20 Williamsburg – David Allen Guertin “Buckshot,” a lifelong resident of Williamsburg, born July 6, 1960, passed peacefully from this life to his eternal resting place, on Nov. 20,…

Dorothy Sheets Walker

Died: 2008-11-19 Williamsburg – Dorothy Sheets Walker, 90, passed away Nov. 19, 2008, at Hospice House in Williamsburg.…

Capital Trail Unveils First Trailhead; Set for Jamestown

What it will look like: the proposed trailhead at the Jamestown Settlement. Biking enthusiasts have been excited for years about the prospect of the Virginia Capital Trail, a 55-miler that…

Tuesdays at the Tide

Tuesday is the day 92.3FM The Tide wraps us its weekly choices for new handpicked music to play on the radio. Stacks of CD’s tall enough to build a fort…

Norge Development Faces Resident Scrutiny

Architect Tom Tingle listens to a question from a Norge resident about the planned Candle Factory development The plan seems attractive enough as a Power Point presentation.…