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King, Peterson Take District XC Titles; Team Crowns to Lafayette, Grafton

Temperatures in the mid-80s and a spongey course kept times slower than expected, but the Bay Rivers District cross country meet Thursday afternoon gave a glimpse of what the regional…

Eagles Close Regular Volleyball Season with Win over Lafayette

Coming in to Thursday night’s matchup against rival Lafayette, Jamestown volleyball head coach Tom Stephenson knew one thing for sure: His team had locked up the number two seed for…

What’s On Tuesday’s Ballot; A $30M Question for JCC Voters and More

As Historic Triangle residents head to the polls November 2, all will be voting on three state constitutional amendments and a U.S. First District Congressional representative, and James City County…

WJCC Receives $1M Grant For Fitness Equipment

Williamsburg-James City County students will soon be exercising on brand new fitness equipment at no cost to school division.…

Get Schooled: Students Of The Round Table

Every Tuesday and Thursday in the fall of 2003, an intellectual wrestling match went down in Ratcliffe Hall on the campus of Christopher Newport University.…

York Investigating Nighttime Holdup Outside Bank

The York-Poquoson Sheriffs Office is investigating the armed robbery of a man who was trying to make an after-hours cash deposit at a local bank.…

What You’ll Do: Oct. 28-31

You may already have plans for this fabulous Halloween weekend, or you may be one of those last-minute people trying to shoehorn something fun into a busybusybusy week. We’ve got…

Bay Pollution Diet Could Have Dire Effect on Triangle Budgets

Last week, the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission shared a cost estimate for the proposed ‘pollution diet’ for the Chesapeake Bay, which could cost the Triangle a combined $85 million…

New Preschool Will Cater to Infants, Toddlers

Two years ago, Rachel Johnston faced a quandary. As a new mother who hoped to continue working, she needed to find a daycare solution for her infant son that would…

WJCC Senior Becomes Second Inducted Into All-American Band

  Jamestown High senior Alexandria Foster poses with Brigadier General Bryan Roberts, who inducted her into the Army All-American Band. Alexandria Foster has only been playing the mellophone for two…

Racimo con Brio: A Chat with Pulitzer-Winning Composer Jennifer Higdon

This Halloween weekend, don’t lock the door, turn off the lights or pretend you’re not home when they knock on the door (who would ever do such a thing anyway!)…

York Investigators Looking for Man Wanted on Sex Charges

Wanted: Christopher S. Washington The York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office is looking for a 39-year-old county man who has been charged with sexual assault.…

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1. To participate, complete an online entry form on www.wydaily.com with your name and contact information requested for a chance to qualify for one of four prizes. 2. The contest…

Alliance Report Finds Timeshares Boom, Hotels Bust

Though occupied rooms in area lodgings have increased 50 percent over 1987 numbers, timeshares have muscled out hotels for the biggest share of that increase, according to a report by…