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W.Y.D.: What You’ll Do, Sept. 25-27

Ah, the weekend – all stretched out in front of us like one big opportunity.…

CW Returns to QVC for Friday Christmas Decor Show

Ready for Santa: These new items from Colonial Williamsburg’s home decor division are among those available starting Friday at 9 a.m. on QVC. Friday on the QVC home shopping channel…

Classifieds

“What’s the difference?” you ask. It’s simple. Our free classifieds are intended for use between private parties. You’re having a garage sale, want to sell the car or boat, have…

Marshal Says Sal’s By Victor Fire was Accidental

Firefighters assess damage at Sal’s by Victor restaurant, which was destroyed in an early morning fire July 28. The Williamsburg Fire Marshal announced this morning the fire that destroyed Sal’s…

Still No Facts, But Busch Sale Rumor Gains Traction

So far, it’s just a rumor – but as rumors go around the Historic Triangle it’s a big one. The Wall Street Journal is now among the news outlets reporting…

Settler’s Market Foreclosure On Hold; Bank, Developer are Talking

A planned foreclosure sale of Settler’s Market at New Town has been postponed.…

Planning Comm. Doesn’t Like 4-Person Rule

If any members of Williamsburg City Council were watching the planning commission’s Wednesday work session, they now know the commission has unofficially reached consensus to recommend against a four-person rule.…

‘Pirates of the Chemo’ a Clever Take on Breast Cancer

The cast rehearses a scene for the Friday debut of In Paul Schutte’s new play, six actresses transform from mothers and wives to pirates, complete with hooks, eye patches and…

Racimo con Brio: Yay for the Neighborhood

I live in a YAYborhood, probably much like yours – rather modest, unassuming, and most importantly, caring. Very caring. This past Saturday evening I took my usual stroll down to…

Racimo con Brio: Yay for the Neighborhood

I live in a YAYborhood, probably much like yours – rather modest, unassuming, and most importantly, caring. Very caring. This past Saturday evening I took my usual stroll down to…

Alliance Teams Up with Regional Chambers to Push Legislative Agenda

In an effort to strengthen its political muscle with the state legislature, the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance has joined forces with the Hampton Roads and Virginia Peninsula Chambers…

No Wake Zone Ordinance Tabled for More Talk

Osprey make the most of a no wake zone, but James City residents appear opposed to the ordinance that would allow citizens to request no wake zones on county waterways.…

City Fire Officials to Announce Sal’s Fire Investigation Results

The rear of Sal’s by Victor restaurant, which was destroyed by fire July 28. Nearly two months after an overnight fire gutted a popular Williamsburg restaurant, city fire officials will…

Tunnel Vision: VDOT, National Security and Unsung Heroes

A few weeks ago, a cameraman and I walked up the side of the Midtown Tunnel in Norfolk, to get shots of the traffic queue that builds up there every…

Kaine Announces W&M Board of Visitors Appointments

By Brian Whitson, of the W&M Press Room William & Mary alumni Dennis H. Liberson ’78 and Michael Tang ’76 have been appointed to William & Mary’s Board of Visitors,…