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Williamsburg Notebook: Northeast Triangle Focus Group to Discuss Name Ideas

The Northeast Triangle Focus Group will hold its regular meeting at 2 p.m. Monday at the Quarterpath Recreation Center.…

Winfree Survives Late Clipper Charge; Falcons Win 4-2

For six innings, the York softballers could do no wrong. Behind ace Hannah Winfree, the Lady Falcons worked to an early 2-0 lead, then tacked on a run in both…

Rams Rally in Final At Bat, Sting Rival Jamestown

Lafayette’s Anthony Pietromonaco knew what he wanted to do when he stepped in the batter’s box with the game against Jamestown tied 4-4 in the bottom of the seventh inning…

Attorneys Make Argument To Keep Carter’s Grove Case In California

Attorneys for Halsey Minor filed objections this week against Colonial Williamsburg’s motion to bring the Carter’s Grove bankruptcy case to Newport News, arguing the case should be heard in California.…

City Police Investigate Car Break-Ins

Thieves broke into a number of locked vehicles this week, and Williamsburg police are looking for help from the public to solve the crimes.…

Williamsburg Gymnastics’ Boys Do Well at State Meet

A host of Williamsburg Gymnastics athletes on the boys team earned awards last weekend at the 2011 Boys State Gymnastics Meet at William and Mary Hall on the W&M Campus.…

Game On: Trojans Drop One to Norfolk Collegiate on Errors

Walsingham fell to Norfolk Collegiate 4-3 Thursday afternoon in their Tidewater Conference opener.…

Supes Talk About New Town Parking, Other Issues

Tuesday afternoon, James City County Supervisors had a work session on the New Town parking situation, and though no changes came of the discussion they had a chance to voice…

Community Notebook: Employment Workshop, Legal Clinic, Fundraiser, Cabin Fever Fest

This Saturday, the Williamsburg Job Transitions group is hosting an “unEmployment” workshop Saturday to help people enhance their job-finding skills.…

State Education Board Approves New Textbook Review Process

The Virginia Board of Education withdrew its approval Thursday of the first editions of two elementary history textbooks published by Five Ponds Press.…

McDonnell Vetoes Phys Ed Legislation

Governor Bob McDonnell vetoed legislation Thursday that would have forced school districts to provide 150 minutes of physical education per week for all elementary and middle school students by 2014.…

Get Schooled: SHIP Aims to Make School Meals Healthier

There was a time when the thought of cafeteria food brought two words to mind: mystery meat. And to this day, the smell of vinegar reminds me of cafeteria trays…

What You’ll Do: March 24-27

It’s officially spring, so it must be the start of the spring car show season with the fourth annual (and huge) show at York High School to benefit their after-prom…

Two WM Teams Win In Redistricting Competition

Only political experts have what it takes to take on the difficult and tedious task of redrawing political district boundaries, right?…

York Dance Teacher Competing for Spot on TV Dance Contest

Jino Fort dances everywhere. He dances down hallways, on sidewalks, in the kitchen and in parking garages. In May, he’ll be dancing across a stage in Las Vegas, vying for…