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Willie Earl Randall, Jr.

Died: 2009-08-29 Williamsburg - Willie Earl “Rabbit” Randall, Jr., was called to eternal rest and entered into his Heavenly home on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2009, in the Hospice Support Care…

Busch Gardens Adds Fall Fun Pass for State Residents

Busch Gardens fans have a new pass option: the fall fun card for Virginia residents. Busch Gardens will continue its campaign to get day visitors to the park this fall…

York Arrests 2 in Queens Lake Vandalism

York County sheriff’s investigators have arrested two 21-year-old men in connection with spraypainted “KKK” graffiti in the Queens Lake neighborhood.…

Mexico City Claims WM Thriller Record

MEXICO CITY — They say they beat it. Thousands of Mexicans claimed they broke the record for most people dancing to “Thriller” simultaneously in one place on Saturday, which would…

BZA Has New Attorney in Cell Tower Case

Members of the James City County Board of Zoning Appeals have a new attorney to see them through legal proceedings over a pair of proposed cell towers in Kingsmill.…

Wittman Hosts Town Hall Meeting on Health Care Tonight at CNU

Congressman Rob Wittman on a conference call earlier this month with constituents, talking about health care reform. Congressman Rob Wittman makes a stop in Newport News tonight to hear what…

Dr. Decipher: The Dr. is In, But Make It Quick

Have you ever felt rushed at a doctor’s visit?  Have you been in an office or hospital and felt more like a statistic than a patient?  Have you ever been…

Back to School Open Houses: Don’t Miss a One

Parents looking for information about what to expect in the new school year can visit open houses in both Williamsburg and James City County and York County schools this week.…

See the Va. Symphony for Free This Week

Virginia Symphony musicians continue to tune up for their 2009-10 season with a series of free, family-friendly outdoor concerts.…

Everyone Wins With LHS Athletes Program

For many student athletes, sports may offer the only chance at a better future. Hoping to either sign with the major leagues or receive scholarships, some athletes make their sports…

VDOT Lane Closure Forecast: Aug. 30-Sept. 5

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…

W&M’s Reveley On Leadership, Mascots, Budgets and Town-Gown

W&M President Taylor Reveley (photo courtesy of the Flat Hat) At this time last year, Taylor Reveley was the interim president of the College of William and Mary, a post…

League Announces Candidate Forum Schedules

The League of Women Voters of the Williamsburg Area has released its fall election candidates night schedule.…

Family Files Wrongful Death Suit Against Nursing Home

A York County family is seeking over $26 million in damages from a wrongful death suit filed Monday against Ruxton Health of Williamsburg and its administrator at the time.…

W.Y.D.: What You’ll Do, Aug. 28-30

It’s that time again – the weekend. We’ve been a little light on inclement weather, although a place called “The Weather Channel” keeps talking about some storm with a name…

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