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WJCC Schools Announce After-School H1N1 Vaccine Clinic Dates

Williamsburg James City County schools have learned what dates and at what locations the Peninsula Health District will offer after-school H1N1 vaccine clinics.…

Hamilton, Abbott Make Cases for 93rd Seat

Phil Hamilton, left, and Robin Abbott The issues of transportation, ethics and budget woes dominated a Wednesday night debate between the candidates for delegate representing the 93rd district, incumbent Phil…

Corps Describes Low Risk for Kingsmill Munitions Sites; Busch Vows Continued Compilance

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) held the last of two public information meetings Wednesday night to talk to Kingsmill residents about old Army munitions found in one part…

JCC Supes Bring Back a Curbside Leaf Pickup

The James City County Board of Supervisors had a relatively uneventful meeting Tuesday evening, though they did vote to bring back one round of curbside leaf collection, which had previously…

Crime Line: Graffiti,Stolen Credit Card in York

York County investigators consider this woman a suspect in a credit card theft. Sometime overnight Friday vandals sprayed graffiti at locations throughout the new York County Sports Complex off Route…

Lost Flash Drive Sends Va. Looking for Former Adult Ed Students

The state is trying to track down more than 100,000 former adult education students whose personal information was stored on an unencrypted flash drive, then lost last month.…

Hospitals Restrict Visitors to Help Fight H1N1

The H1N1 virus, under a microscope. Eighteen Hampton Roads hospitals are not permitting visitors under the age of 18 starting this morning. The temporary policy, an effort to prevent further…

Have Your Say as JCC Renegotiates Cox Cable Franchise

James City County is getting ready to negotiate a new cable franchise with Cox Communications, and county staff is looking for input from residents to find out what they think.…

Kingsmill Cell Tower Judge Admits BZA Document

A judge decided to admit a much-disputed document as evidence in the appeal case of James City County against its Board of Zoning Appeals, which decided in December 2008 to…

Tunnel Vision: Are You a Man or a Mouse (and Is Your Commute to Blame?)

My memory is spectacularly selective. I just returned from a trip to my hometown, North Bay, Ont., for Canadian Thanksgiving. I realized this weekend that after 15 years away, I…

Army Corps Calls Meetings on Kingsmill Munitions

The Army Corps of Engineers will be holding its second of two scheduled public meetings tonight to discuss old buried munitions on 193 acres of Kingsmill property that used to…

City Police Investigate Armed Robbery at Motel

Williamsburg Police are investigating an armed robbery that happened Monday night at the Days Inn on Richmond Road.…

York Schools Set H1N1 Vaccination Clinic Plans

York County schools plan to host on-site clinics to vaccinate students and staff against the H1N1 virus starting the week of Oct. 26. But at Monday’s York County School Board…

ECOfreak: Make Your Own Laundry Detergent

My friend and co-worker, Barbara Warren, invited me over to her place this week for some good, ole’ fashioned fun. Did we drink wine and watch a movie? Nope. We…

Norment on W&M Payroll; Job No Conflict to GA Duties

Virginia State Senator Tommy Norment – a 1973 William and Mary law graduate – is on the College of William and Mary payroll and has sponsored bills to redirect millions…