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‘Best Picture Yet’ of H.S. On-Time Graduation Rates

The Virginia Department of Education released its first-ever cohort report on the class of 2008, so Historic Triangle schools now have a better idea of how successful they’ve been at…

Michael Daniel Krueger

Died: 2009-03-24 Williamsburg - Ret. SFC Michael Daniel Krueger went home to dance with the Angels on Tuesday, Mar. 24, 2009. He was born July 13, 1954, in Muskegon, Michigan. He…

Drivers Convicted in WJCC School Bus Accident

Both drivers involved in the school bus accident that injured 17 students earlier this month in James City County were convicted of various charges yesterday.…

Why GM Leader Had to Go – A Local Perspective

Art Hudgins of Hudgins Holiday Cadillac-Chevrolet Williamsburg Cadillac-Chevy dealer Art Hudgins discusses changes at GM.…

Going Green, or ‘Don’t Stop Reading This Just Yet’

Reduce, reuse, recycle. That plays at a low hum in the back of my mind all day, as I drive my car and consume products covered in every sort of…

AED’s Coming to York Parks, Thanks to Grant

An AED is portable and proven to save lives. York County parks will have one soon. The Williamsburg Community Health Foundation has recently given a $50,000 grant to York County…

City Could Double Garbage Cost Savings

How it works: An automated garbage truck requires just a driver, who uses controls to pick up the garbage can and empty it into the truck. Budget cuts have forced…

More Money, New Name for Food Stamps April 1

Virginia’s monthly nutrition assistance program uses this card for electronic benefits. RICHMOND – Governor Tim Kaine announced today that beginning April 1, Food Stamp benefits will increase 13.6 percent as…

Novelty Lighters: Cute, Dangerous and Probably Restricted

It looks like a collection of toys, but it’s really a collection of novelty lighters acquired by the New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control. RICHMOND – Virginia…

Your Recyclables: Where They End Up May Surprise You

Sorting recyclables – about what you’d think it looks like. Ever wonder what happens to a plastic soda bottle when it goes into the beat-up, green plastic recycling bin sitting…

Dr. Decipher: The Truth About Medicines

It seems that every week we hear a report of either a new health benefit from taking a medication, or problems found with one. Now a prominent anesthesiology researcher has…

WM Student Arrested, Tased Outside Green Leafe

According to a report filed by the Williamsburg Police Department, College of William and Mary student Walter Luse ’12 was tasered by Williamsburg police after resisting arrest for using a…

Single Lane Starts Today, Route 17 at Gloucester Point

Work will begins today, Monday, March 30, to upgrade the right southbound shoulder to a temporary through travel lane.…

Kaine Enacts Business-Friendly Bills

Governor Tim Kaine announced Friday that he signed a number of pieces of legislation that advanced his economic plan to boost business and make Virginia more attractive as a home-base…

A Personal Plea to Love Your Body

The Collegiate Awareness Regarding Eating Smart, a task force created by William and Mary campus professionals to help students deal with eating disorders, is reaching out to people on campus…

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