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GPSA Swim Meet Results for June 28

Williamsburg-Yorktown Daily is where you can find the latest local swim results for the Greater Peninsula Swimming Association’s summer swim league contests.…

Change Ahead for York Boys Soccer

When his second son was born in March, Tommy Hipple knew he was going to need a break from coaching.…

New Education Laws, Including for Charter and Virtual Schools, Hit the Books July 1

Three new state education laws will take effect on Thursday. The new laws are key components in Gov. Bob McDonnell’s “Opportunity to Learn” initiative, designed to offer options for children…

Tunnel Vision: What TRAFFIX Doesn’t Tell You

I’d seen the billboards. I’d heard the ads on radio, advertising a “cure for the common commute.” And as a four-day-a-week commuter, I was dying to know what TRAFFIX was…

W&M Surrenders Cramped Quarters for New Ed Building

William and Mary’s new School of Education building will be ready for students Aug. 25. (Photo by Irene Rojas, W&M) For decades, the William and Mary School of Education has…

Parkway to Reopen at Powhatan Bridge Thursday

The National Park Service plans to reopen Powhatan Creek Bridge Thursday at noon on, following two projects to repair a damaged piling and replace the concrete bridge decking. The reopening…

Veteran Administrator to Take Helm in JCC

Robert Middaugh Robert C. Middaugh will be the next county administrator for James City County, replacing Sandy Wanner, who is leaving the position after 13 years. The James City County…

Jamestown, Lafayette in VHSL Top 10 for Academics, Athletics

Everyone from the theatre cast to the tennis team helped Jamestown and Lafayette score a rare brains-and-brawn feat.…

State Bd. of Education Sticks to SOLs

The Virginia Board of Education will not adopt the Common Core State Standards, an initiative to set the same educational standards in English and math across the country.…

ECOfreak: Smells Like Trouble

Let’s talk about a dirty secret: What’s in your hygiene products that makes them smell good that might be doing your body harm. Before I jump in here, let me…

GPSA Swim Meet Results for June 24

Williamsburg-Yorktown Daily is the only place to find the latest local swim results for the Greater Peninsula Swimming Association’s summer swim league contests.…

JCC Wins Forest Heights Grant

The James City County Office of Housing and Community Development has been awarded a $1.4 million Community Development Block Grant for the Forest Heights Neighborhood Improvement Project. The project was…

Flat Hat Cartoonist Closes In On Washington Post Search for Greatness

Cartoonist Olivia Walch’s self-portrait. With her quite serious double major in math and biophysics at William and Mary, you may not think when you meet Olivia Walch that she has…

Dr. Decipher: Reflections on Night Shift in the E.R.

I am in the middle of working a string of 12-hour night shifts in a local hospital Emergency Department. I have previously written a blog on night shift and circadian…

Tribe Alum Moran Takes Silver in National 10K Race

DES MOINES, IOWA – William and Mary alumni Ed Moran ’03, MPP ’05 ran a terrific race Thursday night at the USAT&F National Track and Field Championships, holding the lead…

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