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Gear Resignation Leaves 91st Seat Open as Session Begins

Tom Gear Delegate Tom Gear, a Republican from Hampton whose 91st district includes parts of lower York County and Poquoson, has resigned.…

Bruton Holds On to Edge WCA in Tournament Championship

As Deron Powers released a desperation half-court shot just before the final buzzer sounded, the Bruton gym fell silent. After all, the 5’10 junior guard had everything falling Wednesday night…

New Year’s Holiday Closings

The New Year’s holiday means it is not business as usual for the municipalities. Below is a list of holiday schedules for area government offices. If your business will be…

New Tourist Info Center Announces Board Members

The local hotel association’s tourist information center, which received state certification last month, has announced it now has a board of directors.…

EPA Accepts Virginia’s Plan To Clean Up The Bay

Virginia’s revised plan to clean up the Chesapeake Bay was approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wednesday.…

Get Schooled: City Offers Classes In Sign Language

In the spring and summer, it can seem like kids are constantly moving from camp to baseball practice to swim meets. But in the winter, fewer activities are available and…

Eagles, Panthers Advance in Bruton Holiday Tournament Openers

In last year’s Bruton Holiday Tournament, Williamsburg Christian Academy claimed the basketball hardware after defeating host Bruton in the championship. The two will again go head-to-head in a championship rematch…

Hotels Make Modest Gains in Fall, Look to Summer

Hotel occupancy held at close to the same low rates as last year over the fall months, but hoteliers made a bit more money thanks to a bump in rates.…

Bay Gets Health Report Card

The Chesapeake Bay is getting a little bit healthier, but is still scoring poorly in a new report.  …

Survey Shows James City County Has Grown Fastest In Triangle

The Historic Triangle is home to 21,207 more people now than in 2000, according to the results of the American Community Survey conducted by the Census Bureau. James City County…

What You’ll Do: Dec. 30-Jan. 2

We’re almost at the end of another year. We’re in the mood for a pause, but when New Year’s Eve falls on a Friday it’s almost too much fate to…

James Blair Conversion To Be Complete Feb. 15

The administration of Williamsburg-James City County schools will move into its new central office, the former James Blair Middle School, one month behind schedule.…

Most Tree Recycling Begins Jan. 3

Enjoy the fresh smell and twinkling lights of your Christmas tree a few more days. Most Historic Triangle localities won’t start picking up trees for recycling until Monday.…

Tunnel Vision: A Farewell Glance In the Rear View Mirror

This is my 100th Tunnel Vision column. It’s also my last. I’ve had a blast coming up with creative ways to spotlight traffic issues in Hampton Roads for the past…

Three Locals Among Newest Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Inc. Bd. Members

The board of directors of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Inc. will have four new members on Jan. 1.…

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