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Golden Horseshoe Golf Club

Thank you!   We’ve received your entry to win a free one-year golf membership to the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club!   Contestants will be randomly drawn throughout the month of…

CSB Ends Bacon Street Contract, Partial Funding to Continue through June 2011

A stubborn budget and the desire to have its decisions be “data-driven” led to the Colonial Community Services Board’s vote Tuesday to terminate a decades-long contract with the nonprofit Bacon…

Beyond Boobs Questions Teen Cover Model’s Cancer Story

Kierra Sewell A popular local breast health nonprofit is distancing itself from a teen who has served as a spokesperson for breast cancer survival after some fact-checking into the girl’s…

Wine, Coffee Bar Comes to High Street

Terra: part wine bar, part espresso bar, opens April 6 in Williamsburg’s High Street. During visits over the past 10 years, Carla Boyd has wished there were a place in…

Tunnel Vision: Zen and the Art of Lumbar Maintenance

“Garuda-asana … Eagle Pose.” That’s my latest order from Shannon Harty, the instructor/taskmaster from my first-ever hot yoga class. I have a feeling this is not going to end well.…

Bacon Street to Address CSB Today; Contract at Stake

The Colonial Community Services Board will meet this afternoon to determine the future of its funding of a longtime youth substance abuse program, Bacon Street.…

York Schools OK Budget, Supes Agree to Extra $600K

The York County School Board unanimously approved its budget for fiscal year 2010 at a special meeting on Monday night.…

Democrats Ask Cuccinelli: “How Much?”

RICHMOND – Virginia Democrats have filed a Freedom of Information Act request to find out how much Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is spending to sue the federal government to overturn…

ECOfreak: Matrimony and the Green Factor

Do you and your spouse agree about whether to bring fabric bags to the grocery store? Do you agree about whether to spend extra money on more efficient appliances? How…

CW Announces Mamie Gummer in Guest Portrayal

Actress Mamie Gummer The daughter of a member of the Hollywood elite will be coming to Williamsburg to portray a member of the Colonial elite this May.…

W&M, Community Partner to Build a House

Making progress: Volunteers get closer each day to having a completed house for an elderly woman who lives in the Triangle. There is an elderly woman living in a single-wide…

Dr. Decipher: Healthcare Reform and the Cirque du Congress

The big news, of course, is the new healthcare law, and I have been listening to clips of our representative’s speeches.  From the mouths of politicians from both parties has…

Mearns Blazes in Raleigh, Lafayette Wins Girls, Team Titles in NN

Jamestown senior Colin Mearns continued his ascent into the rarefied air of Virginia high school distance legends on Friday, taking advantage of the cool Carolina night to post another best…

Hometown: Author Tony Williams and Banker Bob Bailey

Today in Hometown:  Williamsburg author Tony Williams left his job as a history teacher to become a history writer. Union First Market Bank president Bob Bailey is part of a…

Concealed Gun Permits Still Open Records

RICHMOND – You can still go to your local courthouse to see if someone has a permit to carry a concealed weapon.…

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