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Tribe’s Archer Earns CAA Honors; W&M Stays at #5 in Polls

After an outstanding performance in the victory against Delaware on Saturday, senior quarterback R.J. Archer has been selected as the Colonial Athletic Association Co-Offensive Player of the Week. He shares…

Pickens Energy Plan Gets Airing at WRL WednesdayIn July 2008, oil man and financier T. Boone Pickens

In July 2008, oil man and financier T. Boone Pickens announced he had come up with solutions to many of America’s most pressing issues: dependence on foreign oil, job losses…

Dead Humpback Whale Washes Ashore in Gloucester

Yes, there is a dead, beached humpback whale at Gloucester Point. It’s about 30 feet long, weighs some 20 tons and no – the marine biologists at nearby Virginia Institute…

Judge: Fatal DUI No Accident, But ‘A Matter of Time’; Gives Burch 24 Years

As horrible as the head-on car crash was that killed Chris Mellis April 10, it was no accident. The wreck was all about the choices Matthew Burch made:  to ignore…

Kingsmill Residents On Notice: Busch Intends to Find a Buyer

Kingsmill residents learned Monday that Busch Properties, Inc. has hired a commercial real estate broker to explore options to sell the resort and spa. Kingsmill Resort and Spa Executive Vice…

A Quest to Stop the ‘Beep-Honk-Chirp’ of Car Horns

Two men who live an hour apart – one in Richmond, one in Williamsburg – share the same desperate dream: that one day, cars will no longer make that irritating…

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Bay Rivers Football Results

The Friday Night Football broadcast team of Jay Colley, voice of the William and Mary Tribe, and Matt Ridjaneck were there to capture the action for 92.3FM The Tide and…

Grand Illumination Named a Top Bus Tour Destination

The American Bus Association has designated Colonial Williamsburg’s signature holiday event, the Grand Illumination, as one of the Top 100 Events in North America for the year 2010. Inclusion in…

Alliance Names W&M’s Golden as Chair During Annual Meeting

Outgoing Alliance Board Chair John Bacon (left) hands over the gavel to incoming 2009-2010 Alliance Board Chair James Golden. (Photo courtesy of Colonial Photograph. The Greater Williamsburg Chamber & Tourism…

Job Description Would Rein In Commissioners

The James City County Board of Supervisors will soon discuss a new job description for planning commissioners written to crack down on instances of some commissioners working outside their prescribed…

Tech Peers Choose City Web Site Tops in Country

The City of Williamsburg’s Web site has won the National Association of Government Webmasters’ highly sought-after Members Choice Award. Members voted williamsburgva.gov the best Web site in its population category (towns…

Mellette to Resign from W’burg Health Foundation

The Williamsburg Community Health Foundation will be losing its President and CEO, Kerry Mellette, effective December 31.…