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What You’ll Do: Sept. 30-Oct. 3

This is a big weekend for the arts – An Occasion for the Arts happens in Williamsburg, and if you enjoy anything creative it is a do-not-miss affair. Looks like…

Ford’s Colony Country Club Bankruptcy Case Goes To Mediation

Ford’s Colony Country Club, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in March, has begun mediation discussions with lender Prudential at the court’s request.  …

York Investigates Armed Robbery, ‘Flim-Flam’ Scam

York-Poquoson Sheriff’s deputies are investigating an armed robbery at an upper York motel, and a separate report of a pair of scam artists at the county’s upper York Walmart.…

Weather-Related Closures, Cancellations

Heavy rain and the threat of flash floods prompted several school divisions to postpone the start of the school day today. Since the rain hasn’t let up much, many after-school…

Holiday Preview, Insider Information From Tourism Heavy-Hitters

All the big players in the Triangle tourism industry shared their plans for the upcoming holiday season at the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance’s tourism update meeting Wednesday, along…

WM Alum Receives $500K Genius Grant

  William and Mary alumnus Shannon Dawdy has been named a MacArthur Fellow. The College of William and Mary can boast a bonafide genius ranks among its alumni. Shannon Lee…

Racimo con Brio: Symphonia, Grammy Nominee All in the Family

With the wildly successful “An Occasion for the Arts” coming our way in two days and the ever popular Williamsburg Symphonia about to fill Merchants Sq. Saturday night with their…

Cutting Out Turnovers Crucial for Tribe to End Villanova Skid

William and Mary coach Jimmye Laycock does not normally put any amount of faith in statistics. But even Laycock could not overlook the most glaring statistic in the College’s six-game…

Flash Flood Watch Issued For Triangle

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for James City County, York County and Williamsburg due to heavy rain conditions.  …

Supes Approve Reallocation Of School Funds

Tough state budget decisions have yet again trickled down to affect James City County, this time leading supervisors to spend money on school capital projects that had been set aside…

Tunnel Vision: Inescapable Irony of Segway Death

The news was sad and yes, very, very ironic. James Heselden, owner of the Segway firm, died Monday in what appears to be an accident while using the futuristic scooter.…

JCC Holds Final Public Input Session On Ordinance Update

Monday evening was the last public input session for the first part of James City County’s ordinance update process. Planning commissioners heard comments from the public and members of the…

Supes Start Talking About Preserving Rural Lands

James City County Supervisors started tough discussions on the issue of preserving rural lands at their work session Tuesday evening, and came to some general agreement on their expectations going…

York Parents Concerned About ‘Fake Pot’

  K2 spice is supposed to mimic a marijuana high, but has produced hallucinations in some users. Two weeks ago, most parents in York County had never heard of “K2”…

WM’s New Career Center Opens Doors Today

  The $7.9 million Cohen Career Center features interview offices where students can meet with prospective employers. Starting today, students at the College of William and Mary will have a…

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