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Rams Tap Assistant to Lead Football Team

Andy Linn has been named Lafayette High School’s new head football coach, Lafayette Athletic Director Dan Barner announced Thursday afternoon.…

York Notebook: County Seeks Residents For Behavioral Health Board, Youth Commission And Gallery Opens Friday

The York County Board of Supervisors is seeking applications from county citizens interested in serving on the Colonial Behavioral Health Board to fill future vacancies.…

Community Notebook: CW Chooses New Board Members, Storytelling Concert, Literary Contest Winners and More

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Board of Trustees has elected Mark J. Kington of Alexandria, Va. to serve as a trustee of the Foundation. Also, Ed Grier, dean of the Virginia…

Historic Triangle Won’t Get Google High-Speed Network

Kansas City, Kan. beat out the Historic Triangle, along with more than 1,000 other cities, to become the first locality using Google’s ultra-broadband network.…

Rivah Cafe Gets New Name; Riverwalk Gets New Terrace

A slew of changes at Yorktown’s Riverwalk Restaurant and sister eatery Rivah Café will make it easier for beachgoers to slide on their flip flops and saunter over for a…

Hinckley Lawyers Ask Court for More Visits to Williamsburg

Attorneys for John Hinckley, Jr., and St. Elizabeths Hospital have filed a joint motion to allow more unsupervised visits to his mother’s Kingsmill home.…

Game On: Register By Friday for ‘Dream Run’ Discounts

Those interested in participating in the Fit to Run, Fit to Dream Half Marathon and 8K run/walk will receive a discount if they register by this Friday, April 1.…

VCU Fans Rally During Sendoff to Final Four

VCU fans, armed with signs, gather to send off the Rams to the Final Four in Houston. (Photo courtesy Capital News Service) RICHMOND – Despite the rain and cold, Virginia…

Bruton Gets Past Jamestown in Extra Innings, Extends Winning Streak to Four

With the winning run on second and Shannon McKinley up to bat in the bottom of the ninth inning, Bruton head coach Dave Falin decided against his normal coaching strategy…

JCC New Budget Has More Revenue, Cautious Spending and Less Cash for Chamber

James City County released its $164 million revised 2012 budget Tuesday, which includes an additional $3.1 million in projected revenue although spending is still curbed due to expected hurdles in…

WM to Offer Degree in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Starting next fall, students at the College of William and Mary will learn how connected the world is in a newly joined program – Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.…

WM Names New Dean of Libraries

The College of William and Mary has hired a new dean of the university’s libraries, who will start the job Aug. 1.…

Lafayette Boys, Jamestown Girls Win Big at Conn-Madden

In a prelude to the outdoor track season, which begins district meets today, the Lafayette Rams and Jamestown’s Lady Eagles made strong statements to the rest of the Bay Rivers…

White Knuckles: ‘Dirt Freckles,’ the Apparel That Goes with Everything

I wasn’t the most hygiene-sensitive kid. Lucky enough to grow up in a small town, my friends and I would play outside dawn to dusk in the summer. When I…

A Toast: No More Double Tax on Wine

RICHMOND – Beginning July 1, Virginia wineries will have less to “wine” about: They will no longer be taxed twice when shipping to customers out of state.…

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