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Legislators Give Domestic Violence Victims More Protection

RICHMOND – Starting in July, Virginia will expand its Address Confidentiality Program statewide to better protect the victims of domestic violence.…

Grafton, Jamestown Girls Soccer Play to 3-3 Tie in BRD Opener

If Monday night was any indication as to how competitive the Bay Rivers District is going to be this season, then fans can expect an entertaining eight weeks of girls…

Game On: Today’s Bruton vs. Jamestown Softball Game is an Intriguing One

Since it’s still very early in the season, we’ll save the term “overachieving” when describing Bruton’s and Jamestown’s softball teams this season. But ask anyone who follows the district closely,…

New Kent Suspect Last Seen in Williamsburg

Alton Derrell White New Kent Sheriff’s investigators are looking for a man wanted in connection with an attempted armed robbery and beating early Saturday morning in the Lanexa area of…

ECOfreak: The Power To Change

Climate change is here and real, at least in the eyes of investors in some large power and oil companies, including local company Dominion.…

JCC Notebook: Bay Lawsuit Meeting, Redistricting Meeting, Mooretown Road Extension Forum and More

The Hampton Roads Planning District Commission, which represents the 17 cities and counties in Southeast Virginia including James City County, will meet Thursday in Chesapeake to discuss and possibly vote…

Community Notebook: WM To Host Dance Fundraiser

Students from The College of William and Mary will dance for 12 hours Friday to raise money for 14 local nonprofits.…

Skip Ferebee Will Discuss New Salute Program

Skip Ferebee talks with Tom Davis about Colonial Williamsburg’s Salute program, which launched in March.  This year they will salute the military.  He’s also talking about the Peninsula Residents Spring Annual…

Wittman Named 2011 Hunter B. Andrews Fellow at W&M

Congressman Rob Wittman Congressman Rob Wittman of Virginia’s 1st Congressional District has been named the 2011 Hunter B. Andrews Fellow in American Politics at the College of William & Mary.…

Legislators OK 6 New License Plates

RICHMOND – Want to show your support for the James River Park System? Or tell other people “Don’t Tread on Me”? You’ll soon be able to do that on your…

New Law Lets Bikes Run Red Lights

RICHMOND – If you ride a motorcycle or bicycle, you probably know the frustration of getting stuck at a red light that just won’t change – because the sensors under…

State Steps Up Radiation Monitoring in Wake of Japan’s Nuclear Issues

RICHMOND – As radiation readings at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan worsened Sunday, state health officials said Virginians are not in any danger. Monitoring systems across the commonwealth…

Dr. Decipher: Stressed Out? Try These Techniques

Stress is a complaint I hear from my patients all the time. It is at the root of many physical ailments. Studies have shown that psychological stressors decrease cellular immunity,…

VDOT Lane Closure Forecast: March 27-April 2

In an effort to keep you informed, VDOT publishes the following scheduled highway lane closures that may affect traffic in Hampton Roads. Historic Triangle residents and commuters should take note…

York Remains Unbeaten as Bats Lead Falcons Past Tabb

In a battle of the two remaining unbeaten teams in the Bay Rivers, York’s offense, which saw every player in the lineup reach base, blistered the visiting Tigers’ pitching on…