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Tribe Picked to Finish Second in CAA Football

BALTIMORE – Despite receiving top-five national rankings by several publications, William and Mary was selected second in the CAA preseason football poll Wednesday voted on by conference coaches. Villanova, which…

Hometown News from Boy Scout Jamboree

The scouts of Williamsburg Troop 1741 ride a coach to the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill. Taylor Huber, a Boy Scout who attends Bruton High School, is…

Terra Tweaks Concept; Wine Bar Grand Opening Wed.

Wine lovers and gourmands can toast Terra Wine Bar at its official grand opening on Wednesday.…

WJCC Board Outlines Superintendent Search

The Williamsburg-James City County School Board has set a timeline for its search for the next division superintendent.…

Wanner Sendoff Includes Renamed Stadium

Sandy Wanner James City County Supervisors had a relatively uneventful meeting Tuesday evening, with the focus primarily on citizens, supervisors and staff getting a chance to say goodbye to outgoing…

Tunnel Vision: Telecommuting is Satisfying and Productive

Friday morning is my favorite of the week, by far. I still work Fridays. But there’s something so satisfying about setting the alarm 45 minutes later, rolling out of my…

Grey’s Anatomy Actor CW’s Second Guest Artist

Jesse Williams is CW’s second guest artist; he’ll be in town Sept. 25 to portray a slave during two performances in the Historic Area. (Photo courtesy CW) For a history…

Walmart Hostage in Critical Condition after Stabbing; Ex-Boyfriend in Custody

A 49-year-old Newport News man is being held without bond after stabbing a woman and holding her hostage for nearly two hours at the Tabb Walmart.…

GPSA Swim Meet Results for July 26

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

Defending, Explaining Colonial Heritage Expansion Plan

Lawyer Greg Davis made his case for approval of a subdivision proposed by Lennar Corporation at an informational meeting Monday night at the James City County Library. Before an audience…

Talk – and Listen – to the Animals at W&M

The College of William and Mary is opening its doors to animal behavior experts this week, from dog whisperers to cat communicators and beyond.…

ECOfreak: More Rambling About Plastic

I’ve read some articles lately about research on plastics that gives me hope about the future of this toxic substance we can’t live without.…

W&M Loses Cross Country Coaches to Michigan

Alex Gibby, bound for the University of Michigan. William and Mary men’s cross country coach Alex Gibby is leaving Williamsburg to take the same position at the University of Michigan.…

One Dead in York House Fire; Investigation Ongoing

Fire investigators in York County are still looking into the cause of a fatal house fire last week.…

Dr. Decipher: Pattern Baldness and Choosing the Comb-Over or Mr. Clean

This week I had to make a hair decision. I’m 50, and my male pattern baldness has progressed so much that my hair is very thin between the forehead (now…