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New Law Targets Cyberbullying By Text

RICHMOND – Think before you text – because sending malicious electronic messages with your cell phone soon could be punishable by law.…

Planned Parenthood’s Supporters Rally at VCU

RICHMOND – Supporters of Planned Parenthood gathered Friday on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University to voice opposition to abortion-clinic regulations passed by the General Assembly and to recent national…

WJCC Students Show Off Musical Talent In March

The best voices in Williamsburg-James City County schools will be showing off their musical chops in two concerts this March.…

Mothers Will Get Baby’s DNA Sample

RICHMOND – Virginia hospitals will have to offer new mothers a take-home DNA sample from their baby under a bill approved at the request of the forensic sleuth who inspired…

State Resolution Strengthens Property Owners’ Rights

RICHMOND – This land is my land — not your land.…

Good to Know: Shaving Heads for St. Baldrick’s Cancer Support

Typically most people will not choose to become bald; however, Soosan Hall of Norge has done just that. Soosan will shave her head, go bald for kid’s cancer, “shaving the…

VDOT Lane Closure Forecast: Feb. 26-March 5

In an effort to keep you informed, VDOT publishes the following scheduled highway lane closures that may affect traffic in Hampton Roads. These closures are subject to change due to…

Tribe Sets Record but Drops Game to ODU, 77-58

Despite setting a Ted Constant Center record for 3-pointers made by an opponent, the William and Mary men’s basketball team dropped its regular season finale at Old Dominion, 77-58, on…

Williamsburg ‘Stars’ Get Ready to Dance

By day, they work as school counselors, firemen, bank employees and editors. But on the night of March 5, 11 Williamsburg area residents will pour on the glitter and sequins…

If Law, Abortion Regulations Would Close Most Clinics

RICHMOND – About 80 percent of Virginia’s clinics that provide first-trimester abortions would close if Gov. Bob McDonnell signs into law a bill that passed the Senate on a tie…

Tabb Boys Fall in Region I Championsip for Third Consecutive Year

For the third straight season, Tabb High’s boys basketball team found themselves playing for a shot at the Region I Division 4 championship. And for the third straight year, disappointment…

Grafton Girls Wins Region I; Defeat Eastern View 42-39

It’s amazing what one can learn from watching pre-game warm-ups. Forty-five minutes before last night’s Region I Division 4 Girls basketball championship game at Grafton, while her teammates stretched under…

Brick Work at Palace Forces Sidewalk Closure

A portion of the brick façade that covers a retaining wall at the Governor’s Palace will have to be replaced, which will force a sidewalk closure next week.…

Busch Gardens Offers Buy One, Get One Deal For Virginians

Virginians have a chance to buy special tickets to Busch Gardens. Busch Gardens is offering a new promotion for Virginia residents to buy one ticket and receive a second free.…

United Way Announces New Director

  New Executive Director Sharon Gibson-Ellis. The United Way of Greater Williamsburg announced Friday that Sharon Gibson-Ellis will take over as the new executive director.…

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