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Living Museum Reaches Goal, is Debt-Free

Florence Wood encourages the $9 million note that’s been paid off to burn a little faster today at the Virginia Living Museum. The Virginia Living Museum folks have even more…

First Night Celebration Starts Today at 3

Ring in the New Year at Williamsburg’s 17th annual First Night celebration, featuring 11 new performers along with traditional favorites. First Night is a family-friendly, non-alcoholic event that features indoor…

Streak Alive, Tribe Men’s Hoops Win Another

College Park, Md. – The William and Mary men’s basketball team’s stellar start to the 2009-10 season added another impressive chapter on Wednesday night as the Tribe knocked off its…

Racimo con Brio: Come On, 2010

  “Twas the night before two-ten and all thru the house, every American was stirring, two- thousand-nine was a louse.”  …

‘Divine’ Benefit to Continue Her Education

Divine Marsh Divine Marsh has tried nearly everything she can think of to pay for her education. The 19-year-old tried to find co-signers willing to help pay for her schooling.…

Red Kettles Fall Short for Salvation Army

Donations were significantly down this year for the Salvation Army serving greater Williamsburg, says Captain Debbie Bowers.…

Tunnel Vision: Driving Resolutions

Even though I was on Christmas break, I drove the 42 miles from my house to Old Dominion University last week. I was attending a Monarchs basketball game against the…

Leadership Group Seeks New Coordinator

Leadership Historic Triangle, a local community leadership program, is looking for a new program coordinator.…

Update: York Arrests Woman on Theft Charges

Bonnie Carol Stamey York County sheriff’s deputies have arrested a 45-year-old Hampton woman wanted for a rash of thefts from vehicles in York County.…

Where to Recycle Those Christmas Trees

With Christmas over it’s time to get rid of the once-live trees – tree recycling is offered in the Historic Triangle, but a little differently for each locality.…

ECOfreak: Changing the Meat Habit

I don’t eat red meat. It wasn’t an environmental decision when it happened – my husband’s reserve unit was activated for a year, and I just didn’t bother eating red…

W&M Men’s Hoops Receiving National Votes

The William and Mary men’s basketball team continues to gain votes in both the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Top 25 polls. The Tribe received 13 votes in the coaches…

Gloucester Man Held in York Attempted Robbery

Michael C. Wilson A traffic stop several hours after an unusual attempted robbery outside a York County hotel turned into an arrest and several charges for a 53-year-old Gloucester man.…

VDOT Announces MMBT Tuesday Lane Closure

The Virginia Department of Transportation will close a single northbound lane on the approach bridge to the Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 29, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.…

NN Man Charged with Attempted Murder in Parking Lot Brawl

Williamsburg police have charged a 21-year-old Newport News man with attempted murder after a stabbing during a Dec. 11 brawl in the parking lot of America’s Best Inn on Richmond…

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