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Block at Buzzer Gives Tribe Men’s Hoops First Win of Season

Sophomore guard Matt Rum hit the game-winning 3-pointer from the left wing with 1:37 remaining, and the William and Mary men’s basketball team held Gardner-Webb scoreless over the final four…

Good to Know: Loose Ends

Good things are happening in the community – active scholars and many ways to enjoy the holidays (talking to Santa and eating with Santa among them) while helping others.…

Tabb Field Hockey Coach, Player Named Tops for State

After guiding her team to its third consecutive Group A/AA state title, Tabb head field hockey coach Wendy Wilson was named coach of the year this past Wednesday.…

Council Sends Letter Regarding Proposed Coal Plant

Though not yet ready to form an opinion on the plan, Williamsburg’s city council sent out a letter last week to two regulating agencies stating the city will be closely…

Tribe All-Time Scorer Giermak a Legend of the Game

Tribe great Chet Giermak (photo courtesy Tribe Athletics) The William and Mary men’s basketball program’s all-time leading scorer Chet Giermak ’50 will be recognized as a Legend of the Game…

Get Schooled: Blayton Students Hatch Trout

Quick, think about everything you know about brook trout. Not much? Me either. But Linda DeBerry’s fourth-grade class at J. Blaine Blayton Elementary School could tell you pretty much everything…

New Assistant Principal At Norge Elementary

A new assistant principal has been appointed at Norge Elementary School.…

Local Retailers Ready for Black Friday

  Shoppers load up on deals at a WalMart on Black Friday. It’s a holiday tradition: after loading up on turkey and pumpkin pie, many Triangle locals join millions of…

Christmas Town Opens Friday

  Busch Gardens’ animated Christmas tree from 2009. Those visions of dancing sugar plums will come close to reality Friday night when Busch Gardens unveils this year’s Christmas Town.…

Racimo con Brio: A Thanksgiving Prayer

We consider the story of the Pilgrims and the native peoples of the northeastern region as having established the first Thanksgiving tradition. But today, I thought it appropriate that I…

What You’ll Do: Nov. 25-28

We are officially in The Holiday Season. Many will be occupied with retail pursuits and culinary creations and just enjoying the company of others without the distraction of what the…

Traffic Up But Lines Manageable at NN/W Airport

Travelers who use the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport and think the place is a little busier are right.…

York Sheriff Seeks Witnesses in Daytime Armed Robbery

A York County woman was robbed at gunpoint Monday afternoon as she was in front of her home at the mailbox.…

Supes Wrestle With Future of Lake Powell

James City County Supervisors were hesitant about moving forward with a plan to purchase and restore Lake Powell, but they did like one idea that would get property owners what…

WM President Calls ‘Financial Foundation’ First Priority In Annual Report

  Taylor Reveley The College of William and Mary’s first priority is building a sustainable financial foundation, according to the “State of the University” released by President Taylor Reveley on…