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New Town Pizzeria Closes

New Town’s Z-Pizza is closed, at least for the time being. A sharply worded note on the door says the landlord shut down the restaurant because the tenant is in…

Wanner on JCC Budget Tour with Grim News

James City County is facing a bleak fiscal future and will be holding public meetings in December to share the grim news with residents and give them a chance to…

Ethel W. Hayes

WILLIAMSBURG Mrs. Ethel W. Hayes answered the Master’s call on Thursday, November 19, 2009. She slipped into a peaceful sleep and entered into the “Land of Glory”, in Sentara Williamsburg…

Countywide Teen Ski Trip Gets Bumped for Makeup Day

The Wintergreen Ski Resort runs will be teeming with York County teens come Feb. 1. This month’s nor’easter wrecked many people’s plans, cancelled schools and closed offices across the region.…

Dr. Decipher: It’s Deadly to Be Upside-Down

A tragic, unbelievable accident occurred this week when John Jones, a 26- year-old medical student from UVA got stuck upside down in a cave in Utah. He was spelunking in…

Tribe Men’s Hoops Defeat Wake Forest

It certainly was not supposed to happen this way. Wake Forest (4-1) was not supposed to shoot 25 percent in the first half, William and Mary (4-2) was not supposed…

Good to Know: Independence is the Best Gift of All

The one thing I always hear when speaking to my older relatives is that they hope they’ll be able to stay in their homes until they pass on. The last…

VDOT Lane Closure Forecast: Nov. 29-Dec. 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…

Tribe Crushes Weber State

  Weber State came to Williamsburg with one of the top offenses in the FCS, scoring over 30 points a game on its way to an at-large playoff bid out of…

All the Dirt: My Blue Gem

If you have been following my articles this year you can tell I’m partial to the color blue. While exploring the plant kingdom, I’ve realized there are not very many…

Williamsburg Wins PYFA Mighty Mites Super Bowl

The Williamsburg Hornets Green Mighty Mites (11-1) celebrate their 18-6 PYFA Superbowl victory over the Poqouson Bulls on Nov. 21 at James City Stadium. Williamsburg was not looking for a…

Santa Gets New Job at Christmas Town after St. Louis Layoff

  Warren Moellenhoeff combs out his beard every morning to keep it looking sharp. The former Grant’s Farm Santa will be performing as Santa this year at Busch Gardens Williamsburg…

W.Y.D.: What You’ll Do, Nov. 27-29

Happy Black Friday! We know many of you have already snapped out of your tryptophan coma, while others are struggling with mobility because of that once-a-year 5K turkey trot that…

Alliance Launches New Site for Holiday Events

The Greater Williamsburg Chamber & Tourism Alliance ushers in the holiday season with the launch of a brand new landing page – www.ChristmasinWilliamsburg.com – to promote the Historic Triangle as…

City Cites 9 Houses for 3-Person Rule Violations

The City of Williamsburg has charged the residents of nine houses with violating the three-person rule, according to Williamsburg Zoning Administrator Rodney Rhodes. Rhodes said he could “speak with certainty”…

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