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Descendant to Portray Thomas Nelson at Yorktown Events

Thomas Nelson, current Yorktown resident and descendant of the original Nelson, who signed the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Nelson will walk the streets of Yorktown again on Saturday, greeting passersby…

Racimo con Brio: A Merchants Square Holiday Tradition Returns

Tradition – n. transmission of knowledge or belief from one generation to another, esp. by word of mouth; tale, belief, custom, etc. NY has the annual tree lighting at Rockefeller,…

Crime Line: Pre-Thanksgiving Grocery Purse Snatch in York

York County investigators say surveillance video shows this man taking a woman’s purse at the Yorktown Farm Fresh. The York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office is looking for information about a purse theft…

Service Cuts, Tax Hikes Likely In James City

James City County Administrator Sandy Wanner continues his road show of bad budget news and how it may affect residents tonight at James River Elementary School. Revenue in the next…

School Board Looking for Berkeley Rep

On her final night on the school board, Mary Ann Maimone’s fellow members commended her service and announced the plans to find her replacement.…

Tunnel Vision: That Crunch of an Accident

A few weeks ago, our family was out for dinner with my in-laws, at Hog Wild Smokehouse in Toano. Driving back into town after a meal I stopped at the…

Statewide GOP Retreat Advances on Triangle

Republicans don’t retreat, they advance. The somewhat famous party saying inspired the annual Don Huffman Republican Advance 25 years ago, a party retreat (with a better name) that will bring…

City, W&M Student Leaders Discuss 3-Person Enforcement

The City of Williamsburg’s recent enforcement of the three-person rule dominated Monday’s discussion between city leaders and representatives from the College of William and Mary’s Student Assembly. Within the past…

Tribe Men’s Hoops Get National Attention

  Fresh off a victory over ACC foe Wake Forest, the William and Mary men’s basketball team garnered some national attention fro m ESPN and Fox Sports on Monday.…

Kingsmill Cell Tower Case End is Near

The cell phone tower case that has pitted James City County against its own Board of Zoning Appeals will come to an end within the next 15 days.…

ECOfreak: Ho-Ho-Horrible Holiday Dilemma

  This weekend I stood in my garage biting my nails trying to decide if I should pull the artificial tree off its high shelf and decorate it or if…

America’s ‘Next Top Role Model’ in York this Week

Cara Filler One day after her 18th birthday, Cara Filler lost her twin sister and best friend in a car wreck. Filler’s sister, Mairin, died when her boyfriend’s sports car…

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