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Community Calmly Counters Westboro Protest

Three women from the Westboro Baptist Church protested the funeral of fallen American soldier 1st Lt. Todd Weaver, a Bruton High and William and Mary graduate, early Saturday afternoon. Weaver…

VDOT Audit: Nearly $500 Million Unspent in 2009

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – An audit of the Virginia Department of Transportation has revealed $877 million of available funding, Gov. Bob McDonnell announced on Thursday.…

African President Talks Sustainability at WM Today

The president of the African nation of Gabon will talk about sustainability in his country today at the College of William and Mary.…

Jamestown Defense Comes Alive in 28-20 Win Over York

Jamestown’s John Paul Ewan tackles York’s Maurice Lewis early in the first quarter of the Eagles’ 28-20 victory Friday night at Cooley Field. (Photo courtesy of Mike Segala fotografiar@smugmug.com) WILLIAMSBURG…

Friday’s Football Roundup: Poquoson Shuts Out Grafton

A quick rundown of Friday night’s high school football results:…

Bruton’s Balanced Rushing Attack Too Much for Smithfield

YORK – Behind the triple-headed running attack of quarterback Elliott Rice (14 rushes for 73 yards and two touchdowns), with running backs  D’Anthony Lee (14-73, TD) and Brad Burks (13-80),…

Lafayette Survives Warhill 37-31 in Triple Overtime

JAMES CITY – After 2 hours and 56 minutes of the most intense football ever played between Lafayette and Warhill, there was only 1 yard to go. Connor McGinty ran…

What You’ll Do: Sept. 24-26

Last weekend in September, people, and the official start of fall (with temps hovering around 90 – nice!) Time to pack up the excuses and get out to take advantage…

What You’ll Do: Sept. 24-26

Last weekend in September, people, and the official start of fall (with temps hovering around 90 – nice!) Time to pack up the excuses and get out to take advantage…

Supes to Discuss Rural Lands

James City County’s Board of Supervisors is ready to tackle discussions on rural lands at their work session on Tuesday.  …

Get Schooled: Homeschooling Families Visit Historic Triangle

More than 3,500 homeschooling families signed up to visit Colonial Williamsburg this month to experience firsthand what they learn in the history books.…

Warhill Hopes to Step Out of Lafayette’s Football Shadow

Shaun Cvengros gets the look. The our-team-owns-your-team smirk. As the quarterback of a Warhill team which has lost three games to nearby Lafayette by a combined 101 points, he just…

Bruton to Retire Jerseys of Fallen 1st Lt. Todd Weaver

Bruton High School will retire Todd Weaver’s football and baseball jerseys before Friday night’s game against Smithfield. A former quarterback and third baseman for the Panthers, 1st Lt. Todd Weaver…

Area High School Football Previews for Sept. 24

The Bay Rivers District football race should get a lot clearer by around 9:30 Friday night. Undefeated Grafton goes to district favorite Poquoson. Last season’s co-champions, Smithfield and Bruton, will…

Fundamentalist Church Plans To Protest Memorial For Local Serviceman

  Lt. Todd Weaver was killed in action on Sept. 9. The Westboro Baptist Church, a fundamentalist church, has announced plans to protest the funeral of Lt. Todd Weaver in…