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Good to Know: Loose Ends

Hey Turkey…Yeah, YOU! Yeah, I’m talking to you…what are you doing tomorrow? I bet like thousands of other Americans you are talking turkey, but have you considered walking like a…

Tunnel Vision: A Slimy Commentary on the Thanksgiving Routine

Tuesday morning on the way to work, I was dry-docked on Terminal Boulevard, about two miles from the Old Dominion University campus. It had been a crummy ride in. I…

Hotel Association Gets Nod From State

After an uphill battle that dragged on for nine months, the local hotel association finally got word that its vistor center has been approved by the state.…

ECOfreak: Global Swarming

So, I was reading one of my favorite magazines this weekend, Discover, and I found a fantastic (but troubling) article about the relationship between current climate change and health. Climate…

Some Decisions Made in Ford’s Colony Club Bankruptcy

Last week, a bankruptcy court judge decided to allow Ford’s Colony Country Club to proceed with its Chapter 11 filing, but it also ruled that more people could have input…

Youth Super Bowl Produces Big Plays, Winners

The future of high school football on the Peninsula was in proud display Saturday as the Peninsula Youth Football Association hosted its annual Super Bowl at Wanner Stadium in James…

James City Police Seek Bank Robber

A surveillance camera captured this photo of the bank robbery suspect. James City County police are investigating a bank robbery that took place Saturday just before noon at the Citizens…

Shootout Sends Tribe Soccer to Next Round of NCAA Tournament

After 110 minutes of scoreless action, No. 12 William and Mary and the University of Maryland-Baltimore County went into a shootout in the NCAA Tournament’s round of 32. Senior goalkeeper…

JCC Citizens Can Now Track Comp Plan Progress

James City County has launched a new interactive website feature that will allow residents to track the progress of various goals outlined in the Comprehensive Plan.…

Tune in for Tribe Coach Tony Shaver’s Hoops Show

Coming off one of the best seasons in school history, the appetite for William and Mary basketball has never been greater. Tribe fans can satisfy their hoops hunger – and…

Tribe Football Earns No. 2 Seed in National Tourney

After trouncing Richmond 41-3, the College of William and Mary (8-3, 6-2) has earned the No. 2 seed in the 2011 FCS Tournament.…

Tribe Squashes Spiders, 41-3

It’s not how you start, as they say, it’s how you finish.…

Courtland Hands Grafton a 14-13 Heartbreaker

For 34 minutes of last night’s playoff game against visiting Courtland, the Grafton Clippers could do almost nothing wrong. Their offense had lost starter Joe Cibrin last week to a…

Good to Know: Whiskers and kibbles and bits, oh my!

“Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to give the poor dog a bone. When she came there, the cupboard was bare, and so the poor dog had none.” While…

VDOT Lane Closure Forecast: Nov. 21-27

There’s some good news and bad news on the roads this week. The good news is all lane closures will be lifted for the Thanksgiving holiday, from noon Wednesday, Nov.…