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W&M Announces Football Home Game Times

William and Mary Director of Athletics Terry Driscoll announced the game times for the Tribe’s five home football games for the coming season.…

$6 Million Challenge Could Get VLM Out of Debt by 2010

The VLM’s aviary is one of the improvements from the 2004 capital campaign. The Virginia Living Museum in Newport News still owes $9 million on its new building, but that…

Police Release Pictures of Armed Robbery at York Motel

York investigators released this security camera photo of a May 2 armed robbery at the Bypass Road Travelodge. York County sheriff’s investigators need the public’s help to solve a May…

Act Now to Vote on WJCC New Schools’ Names

The public has just a few days to cast its votes to name a pair of new Williamsburg James City County schools.…

W.Y.D: What You’ll Do, May 29-31

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: Free Films in June at WRL

As we enter the summer, each month celebrates a happy holiday. June boasts Father’s Day and what better time to get in out of the heat (or rain) and enjoy…

Study Recommends New Airport for JCC

James City County has taken one small step toward figuring out its local aviation future.…

Margaret Larson

Died: 2009-05-25 Williamsburg - Ann Larson, 70, passed away Monday, May 25, 2009.  She was a native of Michigan and a resident of Williamsburg for 19 years.…

Gertrude Delores Jones

Died: 2009-05-23 Williamsburg - Gertrude Delores “Dee” Jones, was called to eternal rest on Saturday, May 23, 2009. She slipped into a peaceful sleep and entered into the “Gates of…

Shaping Our Shores Plan Tabled, but Talks Continue

The James City County Board of Supervisors discussed the Shaping Our Shores Plan at their Tuesday meeting, and decided to table the discussion until a later date – not that…

NN Tells JCC Supes of Water Plans

Talk at the James City County board of supervisors’ meeting Tuesday evening was all wet.…

Tunnel Vision: Where the Mind Goes When the Car Has No Radio

You know what I hate?…

Virginia Extends Blue Crab Restrictions

Virginia officials voted unanimously yesterday to continue emergency restrictions on blue crab harvesting in the Chesapeake Bay for at least another year in an effort to rebuild the population. The…

York River SP Recognized for Biking, History and Horses

If swimming and a beach scene is at the top of your list of reasons for choosing a state park, then York River State Park would not be your first…

Emma B. Dixon

Toano - Emma B. Dixon, 81, died May 19, 2009.  A native of Greer, SC, she was a graduate of Greer High School.  After moving to Williamsburg, she became a long-time member…