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City Arts District Welcomes Its First Business

This Century Art Gallery’s Art Education Center will be the first business to locate in the city’s newly created arts district.…

Game On: How Tabb, Grafton Stack Up in Regional Championship Games

Here are some notes on tonight’s regional basketball championship games for the Tabb boys and Grafton girls.…

Grafton Girls Advance to Regional Final, Clinch State Tourney Berth

After leading by just three at halftime (27-24), the lady Clippers put on a defensive clinic in the second half and rolled to a 50-33 victory over visiting Spotsylvania in…

Late King George Rally Sinks Grafton in Division 4 Semifinal

A Grafton/Tabb regional championship was just too good to be true.…

Firefighters Union Plans Rally This Weekend

Union members across the country are rallying to support protesters in Wisconsin, and the movement has found its way to the Historic Triangle.…

Get Schooled: For One Hour a Week, I’m a Mentor

We’re all really busy. Between meetings and grocery trips and soccer practice and calls with the landscaper and doctor’s visits, everyone feels spread thin. It’s hard to imagine there’s time…

Bay Rivers Swimmers Head to State Meet

Lafayette swim and dive head coach Harold Baker believes in the theory that success breeds success. It’s his way of explaining why the Bay Rivers District has been a perennial…

AA State Track Preview: Porter May Lead Tabb Girls to Podium

It may take a unique series of events to topple the top three seeded girls teams at tomorrow’s AA state track meet, but the Tabb girls, behind the strength of…

Game On: College Watch – Andrew and Colin Mearns

Former track stars at Jamestown High School, brothers Andrew (’07) and Colin Mearns (’10) are still running together at the University of Virginia where they both are key members of…

What You’ll Do: Feb. 24-27

The shortest month is coming to a close, which means we’re in for that lion/lamb business of March. Make the most of your weekend – there’s chocolate, dirt, water you…

Tribe Outlasts Georgia State at Kaplan

William and Mary is no stranger to stress-filled close games, and Wednesday’s game against Georgia State was no different.…

Update: Motorist Driving SUV Strikes, Kills Bicyclist on 199

James City County police have identified the bicyclist killed last night on Route 199 after he was struck just after 10 p.m. by a motorist driving an SUV.…

Supes Agree to Support Suit Against EPA

James City County Republican Supervisors decided Tuesday that it’s a good idea to support a regional legal appeal to the Environmental Protection Agency’s new Chesapeake Bay “pollution diet.”…

Supes Set to Discuss New Town Parking Issues

At their meeting Tuesday evening, James City County Supervisors decided to schedule a work session to discuss the parking situation in New Town.…

Supervisors, Council Critical of WJCC’s Proposed Salary Changes, Middle School Additions

Over the past year, the Williamsburg-James City County School Board members have wrestled with proposals to change the division’s pay structure, plan for possible overcrowding and close the Academy for…