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York Girls 4th at AA State Track Meet

York’s Tricey Stancil brings it home for the gold in the girls 4×100 relay, an event the York girls came to states to win. Saturday was prom night at York…

Wounded Soldiers Ride to Recovery through Triangle

Nate Hunt cools off after a tough ride. His wounded warrior comrades modified his bike to manage the Triangle’s hills, enabling Hunt to finish at the front of the pack.…

York Teams Wrap Up Odyssey at Worlds

Three York County schools that sent teams to the Odyssey of the Mind World Championships are coming home without championships but the experience of their young lifetimes.…

W&M Alum Tapped for Ambassador to Brazil

Thomas Shannon, a W&M alum and career diplomat whose next job may be U.S. ambassador to Brazil. Thomas A. Shannon, who received a B.A. in government and philosophy at the…

Good to Know: A Suicide’s Memory Turns Into Help

I had planned on writing about a different topic today, but I came across a local woman whose story just needed to be told.…

VDOT Lane Closure Forecast: May 31-June 6

In an effort to keep you informed, VDOT publishes the following scheduled highway lane closures that may affect traffic in Hampton Roads. These closures are subject to change due to…

Hollywood Producer (and So-So HRA Alum) Tells Class the Secret is Hard Work

Thank HRA grad Mark Gordon for giving the TV-watching world When Mark Gordon sat through his classes at Hampton Roads Academy in the early seventies, no one ever imagined that…

Merchants Square Summer Events: Car Show, Concerts & More

If it’s Saturday, that means it’s Farmers’ Market day at Merchants Square. Colonial Williamsburg’s Merchants Square has announced its summer 2009 schedule of events. Music, movies, a car show and…

Triangle Hotels Losing Money, But Not Always Guests

Water Country USA is among the favorite attractions for visitors to the Historic Triangle. An analysis of lodging trends says Williamsburg-area hotels lost money this April over last – but…

WM Grad Earns Pulitzer for Spitzer Coverage

Serge Kovaleski, a member of William & Mary’s Class of 1984 and a reporter for The New York Times, received a Pulitzer Prize today as part of a news team…

Va. Takes Step Toward Eliminating History Exam

In the seven years since enactment of the federal No Child Left Behind law, students have spent ever more time filling in bubbles on high-stakes tests. But Virginia could soon…

Top Tech Award Goes to Berkeley MS

WHRO has announced the 2009 Vernon M. Geddy, Jr. Awards to three area public schools, including Williamsburg-James City County’s Berkeley Middle.…

Williamsburg Company: Direct Mail About to Fall

Borrell Associates, a top forecaster has marketers shifting away in droves.…

Fresh Market Hall Stars: From Beets to Beatdowns

Twin brothers James and Ross Hall are trying to make it in the world of pro wrestling as the Hall Stars. The Hall Stars just got their asses kicked.…

Pharmacies Flock to Triangle’s Demographic

CVS has been moving from strip-mall locations to freestanding ones like this. During the last two Architectural Review Board meetings for the city, members reviewed an application for a new…

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