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HTSAC Wins Grant to Educate on Alcoholic Energy Drinks

A can of Joose and a can of Monster energy drink look nearly identical. Both cans are tall and skinny, with bright, jagged type over a black background. The only…

CW Windmill On a Midnight Move

Robertson’s Windmill at Colonial Williamsburg. Night owls who happen to be in the Colonial Williamsburg area this week might catch a glimpse of what has to be one of the…

Tunnel Vision: Picture Yourself In a Boat, On the River

For the commuting drones accustomed to the daily backups at the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel, the news that the Virginia Department of Transportation has launched yet another study to figure out…

Shopping Center Owner Files Lawsuit Against Ukrop’s; Wants to Buy Shuttered Grocery Store

  Before the closure, an employee loads groceries into a Mooretown Road Ukrop’s customer’s car. Ukrop’s and two other companies are facing a $2 million lawsuit by a disgruntled adjacent…

Basketball on the Air

New – The Chesapeake Bank Tony Shaver Show moves to the evening! You won’t want to miss these Tribe tailgates!  There’ll be door prizes, picture slide shows from previous games,…

Listen Live

92.3 fm The Tide – Handpicked Music We are a AAA (Adult Album Alternative) station, with daily local news provided by WYDaily.com.  What does that mean?  You’re busy, but you…

Football on the Air

The Chesapeake Bank Jimmye Laycock Show at Buffalo Wild Wings! You won’t want to miss the weekly Tribe tailgate!  Every Wednesday during the season (in weeks that the Tribe plays),…

Jamestown Golfers Break District Records in Smithfield

Jamestown High’s golf team continued its dominant run through the Bay Rivers District on Monday by shooting a district-record 276 at Cypress Creek in Smithfield. Eagles senior Ben Meadows also…

Subdivision Plan Near CW Gets Planning Nod

A preliminary plan for a new subdivision bordering Queens Creek was approved by the Williamsburg Planning Commission on Aug. 18. The Mahone Family Partnership will subdivide three lots, totaling 28.16…

Potential Buyer’s Interest in Marquis Wanes

The future of The Marquis at Williamsburg in York County is again unclear.…

ECOfreak: Pod People, One Cuppa Joe at a Time

Every time I go visit my parents, I cringe when they get up each morning and go to the kitchen and make themselves a cup of coffee from their single-use…

Pottery Ready to Move on Redevelopment

The privately owned Pottery Factory along Richmond Road is gearing up to announce a $20 million “renewal project,” which they’re calling “a Revolutionary Evolution.”  …

Coaches Vote Tribe Fourth in FCS Preseason Football Poll

William and Mary picked up another top-10 preseason ranking on Monday as voters selected the Tribe No. 4 in the Football Championship Series coaches poll. Reigning FCS national champions Villanova…

Dr. Decipher: Should Doctors and Hospitals Apologize?

The Wall Street Journal recently reported the story of 18-month-old Kaelyn. She fell at home, which caused a swelling to appear on her head, so her mother took her to…

Yorktown Merchants Get Creative to Fund Symphony, Reward Supporters

  The Virginia Symphony performs for free in front of the Yorktown Victory Monument on Sept. . For more than a decade, thousands of people have enjoyed music under the…