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Good to Know: Goodwill Towards All

The new Goodwill store opened Thursday in Williamsburg, over in the old Fashion Bug storefront at the corner of Monticello Avenue and Richmond Road. I walked in on opening afternoon,…

VDOT Lane Closure Forecast: June 27-July 3

In an effort to keep you informed, VDOT publishes the following scheduled highway lane closures that may affect traffic in Hampton Roads. These closures are subject to change due to…

Busch Opts Out of Kingsmill Management

Kingsmill homeowners are in for some changes come January 1, but it’s not necessarily a change in ownership.…

CW Annual Report a Reflection of the Down Economy

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation released its annual report Friday, recognizing a popular new program and the first major reconstruction project on Duke of Gloucester street in 50 years. However, sharp…

WM Project to Track Foreign Aid Gains Support, Wins Interest

A growing research project at the College of William and Mary received a big gift Thursday, courtesy of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. AidData, a wide-ranging database tracking the…

Taking One for the Team, World Cup Style

Bobby O’Brien (9) scored 29 goals in four seasons as a Hokie. (Photo courtesy Virginia Tech) You see the Ivory Coast player clutching his face after a love tap to…

A No. 1 Preseason Ranking for Tribe Football

One to watch: Junior running back Jonathan Grimes comes into the season as a preseason All-America pick. With 12 starters returning from last season’s team that advanced to the national…

Gibson Will Be New Voice for CASA’s Children

Lisa Gibson The Colonial CASA Board of Directors has announced the appointment of Lisa Gibson as the organization’s new executive director. CASA serves the abused and neglected children of the…

BRD Athletic Directors Vote to Change Kickoff Times

Get ready for earlier kickoffs for Bay Rivers District football this fall. The district’s athletic directors voted to move up the start time 30 minutes to 7 p.m. for the…

Childhood Cross-Country Biking Dream Has Wheels

Andy French It wasn’t until midway through the Sierra Nevada Mountains that Andy French really started to feel it. Climbing 8,500 feet by bicycle from sea level to Carson Pass…

Get Schooled: Time to Go to Camp

Isn’t it amazing how the beginning of summer break seems to change everything? I’ve been out of school for years, but even I have had the lyrics to “School’s Out”…

Steven Corcoran Faced Curve Balls and Came Out Swinging

Steven Corcoran Graduating Tabb High senior Steven Corcoran has had so many curve balls thrown at him in his life, it’s no wonder he’s a baseball player.…

What You’ll Do: June 24-27

Yes, it’s hot. Yes, we also wonder what happened to June and July that put us meteorologically into August. But that is as far as we’ll go with our “weather…

Stormwater Bond Question On Hold; Supes Want Help with Tax Increase Wording

At their Tuesday meeting, James City County supervisors were set to decide on language for a $30 million referendum to fund stormwater projects, but after discussions in their earlier work…

Program to Help Struggling Students Shows It’s Struggling, Too

For the past two years, Williamsburg-James City County schools have worked to help students who are struggling academically, but defy categorization. The division supported the launch of Response to Intervention,…