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JCC Offers Curbside Pickup for ‘Big’ Garbage

Starting this week, James City County is offering pre-paid bulk trash pick up for residents for items like appliances, construction debris, and yard waste. The county currently allows residents to…

An Overwhelming Need for Help in the Triangle

The recession might soon be a thing of the past on Wall Street, but in the Triangle thousands of people are still struggling to pay bills, feed their families, and…

Tunnel Vision: My Boring Life

This, I’m certain, is a byproduct of being a journalist for 15 years. In the daily news media, my job was wildly different every day. So when I wasn’t working,…

More Graduate OnTime; Fewer Dropouts from WJCC Schools

Williamsburg-James City County schools had more students graduate on-time and fewer students drop out in the cohort of students attending schools from 2005-2009, according to numbers released Tuesday by the…

Health Foundation Names Grant Awards

Earlier this month the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation awarded $290,000 in grants for health-related nonprofits in the community.…

Free Tall Ship Deck Tours Wednesday in Yorktown

  The Pride of Baltimore: See it through Thursday in Yorktown. Maritime history enthusiasts and those just impressed by tall ships will be able to take a good look at…

Group Breaks Ground on My Space Playground

Digging in: City and county officials joined members of the Leadership Historic Triangle class to break ground for the My Place playground Tuesday morning. The Leadership Historic Triangle Class of…

WJC School Board to Consider Vision for Alt Ed

The Williamsburg-James City County School Board will take a step closer toward developing a vision for alternative education in the school district when its members meet for a work session…

Soph. RB Grimes Is a CAA Player of Week; Tribe Remains at #5

After an outstanding performance in the victory against James Madison on Saturday, sophomore running back Jonathan Grimes has been selected as the Colonial Athletic Association Co-Offensive Player of the Week.…

Tribe Crushes Dukes, 24-3

Sophomore tailback Jonathan Grimes had a career day, with 158 yards rushing. (Photo courtesy of Tribe Athletics.) With a no. 5 national ranking and a top-rated defense, the College of…

Bay Rivers Football Results, Oct. 23

The Tabb Tigers (4-3, 4-2 Bay Rivers District) took care of business at their homecoming game at Bailey Field, dominating the Jamestown Eagles (3-4, 2-4 BRD), 30-6. Senior running back…

A Week Off and Tribe Moves Up to #5 in Polls

Despite being idle last weekend, the William and Mary football team jumped up two spots to No. 5 in polls released by the FCS Coaches and the Sports Network this…

Harrier Report: Well, Look Who Might Contend for the Boys XC Crown

The list of contenders for the boys Bay Rivers district title added a new member on Saturday. While Grafton has been considered to be a favorite, there is little question…

Bay Rivers Football Results, Oct. 16

Wet, cold and an intense effort to hang on to the ball – that would describe any game Friday night, including the Friday Night Football game of the week featuring…

Tribe Moves Up to 7 In National Polls

After earning a 34-14 victory at Northeastern last Saturday, the William and Mary football team moved up one spot to No. 7 in polls released by the FCS Coaches and…

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