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Virginia Arts Fest Announces Yo-Yo Ma Show; Tickets on Sale Sunday

The Virginia Arts Festival has announced that cellist Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Kathryn Stott will perform a concert celebrating the Virginia Arts Festival’s 15th year. The pair will perform Tuesday,…

It All Starts with Family at Jamboree

Adam Watson and Nathan Lewis prepare dinner for Troop 1741’s Scarab Patrol. Bruton High student Taylor Huber is attending the National Boy Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill with fellow…

Changes Coming at Routes 199, 5 Intersection

Motorists should prepare for shifts in traffic and lane closures at the intersection of Route 199 and Route 5, where Virginia Department of Transportation crews will start improvement projects next…

VPSU Swim Meet Results for July 26

Williamsburg-Yorktown Daily is where you can find the latest local swim results for the Virginia Peninsula Swim Union’s summer swim league contests. Team representatives may e-mail their scores to sports@wydaily.com…

Air Traffic Continues Upward Trend for NN/W’burg

The first weeks of summer proved to be strong ones for travel through the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport.…

Get Schooled: York Students Bring Talent to the Fringe

Locals know the kids at the York County School of the Arts are talented. Their spring musicals are must-sees for folks who enjoy theater – student or otherwise. But I…

Famous Flock to National Scout Jamboree

Scouts Carter Saha and Nathan Lewis enjoy the opening Arena Show on July 28. Bruton High student Taylor Huber is attending the National Boy Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill…

VIMS Prof. Warns Congress of Potential Tradeoffs in Gulf Oil Dispersant Strategy

Prof. Bob Diaz of VIMS briefs Congress on the effects of dispersants used in the Gulf oil spill. (Photo courtesy American Chemical Society) Professor Bob Diaz of the Virginia Institute…

VPSU Swim Meet Results for July 12

Williamsburg-Yorktown Daily is where you can find the latest local swim results for the Virginia Peninsula Swim Union’s summer swim league contests. Team representatives may email their scores to sports@wydaily.com…

What You’ll Do: July 29-Aug. 1

We have skidded into the summer doldrums. It is a good thing that the old faithful summertime events are making their weekly appearance this weekend, in addition to some new…

New Experiences for Hometown Scouts at Jamboree

Scout Wes Auchmoody of Troop 1741 looks through the sight of an anti-air rocket at the Army’s Anti-Air Defense stand. Bruton High student Taylor Huber is with local Troop 1741…

Racimo con Brio: ‘Furious Love’ of Taylor and Burton has W&M Connection

January, 1962. The most beautiful, most famous movie star in the world is about to meet her co-star, a rugged, fiery, brilliant young actor. The actress, Elizabeth Taylor. The actor,…

City Council Winners Outspent Opponents

Newest city council members Scott Foster and Doug Pons take the oath of office from Circuit Court Judge Samuel Powell. Williamsburg’s two newest councilmen spent the most money on their…

Online Travel Companies Take Tax Fight to Consumers; Triangle May Be Losing Millions

Travelocity is sending out emails asking their customers to help stop politicians “from raising taxes on your travel” by signing an online petition to support new federal legislation. Online travel…

Gunnerson Unfazed by Tribe’s Coaching Change

David Gunnerson isn’t quite sure when he’s moving onto William and Mary’s campus next month. Even with a coaching change looming, the former Grafton High track and cross country star…

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