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Zeidler Will Lead Williamsburg Community Health Foundation

Jeanne Zeidler The Board of Trustees of the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation has named outgoing Williamsburg Mayor Jeanne Zeidler as its new president. In making the announcement today, Board Chairman…

Tuttle Taps Sloggie for Chief

Call him chief: David Sloggie, the new chief of the Williamsburg Police Department. City Manager Jack Tuttle announced today that he has appointed David C. Sloggie Chief of Police for…

Friends Remember W&M Student Ian Smith-Christmas

Ian Smith-Christmas The place underneath a tree where the sun breaks through the leaves, where the wind gently brushes the grass and where the only sound is the rushing water…

Get Schooled: Boot Camp, A.P. Style

Advanced Placement classes are hard. It’s true. They’re rigorous and overwhelming, forcing students to take a second glance at every topic, dig through it and come to complex conclusions while…

Unemployment Numbers About the Same for State, Triangle

The unemployment numbers for the Historic Triangle in the first quarter were up an average of one percentage point over last year.…

JCC Volunteer Rescue Squad Faces Budget Cuts

James City County’s proposed budget suggests a 30 percent funding cut for the county’s volunteer rescue squad due to what administrators are calling low response and lagging participation.…

False I.D. Leads to More Charges in Hit and Run

A Williamsburg man is being held on several additional felony charges after pretending to be someone else when charged with a hit and run earlier this month on the Colonial…

What You’ll Do: April 29-May 2

Give us a few nice days in a row and we feel like we could conquer the world – or at least the kitchen counters. Our thoughts turn to outdoor…

Busch Gardens Plans New Thrill Ride

King’s Dominion’s Drop Zone takes riders up 305 feet, then sends them down in a controlled plummet. As Busch Gardens prepares to unveil its new ride, Europe in the Air,…

Racimo con Brio: Premier and Party at the WRL

The great composer and conductor, Gustave Mahler, is enjoying his150th birthday celebration world-wide this year and the 100th anniversary of his death will be recognized in 2011. Next Sunday, May…

W&M’s Schneider Dangerous on the Dance Floor

While the Tribe’s storybook 2009-2010 season has come to a close, we haven’t seen the end of senior guard David Schneider quite yet.…

Hampton Hearing Thursday on OBX Beach Access Plans

Off-road and on-beach is a dilemma for the National Park Service in the Outer Banks. The National Park Service is holding a meeting in Hampton Thursday evening in order to…

Hometown: Pepperoni, Please

I’ve loved pizza for as long as I can remember. I will eat it plain, covered in vegetables, pineapple, or piled high with pepperoni. Kellie and Eric Kruizenga have re-opened…

JCC Residents Plead for Supervisors to Preserve Greenspace Funding

At Tuesday’s budget hearing, five residents spoke out against the proposed plan to take Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) and Greenspace funds that currently exist in order to fund stormwater…

NFL Drafts W&M Players to Each Other’s Favorite Team

Seniors Adrian Tracy and Sean Lissemore have a lot in common. They were both defensive linemen during their tenure at William and Mary. They were both defensive captains this past…

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