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Busch Gardens Colt Dies From Infection

Tristan interacts with guests in this Busch Gardens photos from April 18. Tristan, the first Clydesdale colt born at Busch Gardens, died Friday night due to a highly resistant bacterial…

Winfree, Falcons Win 1-0 Nailbiter Over New Kent

In a pitcher’s duel worthy of two of the Bay Rivers’ best, York’s Hannah Winfree held off New Kent ace Renee Silver while her teammates did their damage in the…

JCC’s Goodson Announces Bid For New Position

James City County Supervisor Bruce Goodson announced Saturday that he’s ready to make a bid to become Commissioner of the Revenue.…

State Redistricting Process Nearly Complete

The state Senate passed a compromise redistricting bill Thursday 32-5, and Governor Bob McDonnell said Friday he was ready to sign the bill. The Senate map was the sticking point…

Jamestown Baseball Collapses Defensively, Falls to Poquoson 6-3

There’s one very important baseball stat that tells the story of Friday afternoon’s baseball game between Jamestown and Poquoson.…

Still No Judge Appointment for York-Poquoson Circuit Court

The General Assembly filled 14 vacant judgeships on Thursday, but the open seat at York-Poquoson Circuit Court wasn’t one of them.…

Game On: X Game Legend Bucky Lasek Talks Busch Gardens’ “Ramp Jam” and More

The folks at Busch Gardens have quite a show in store for their guests this weekend who plan on attending the park’s second annual “Ramp Jam.”…

Rape Suspect Arrested in Newport News

A 20-year-old West Point man wanted by Williamsburg Police for statutory rape has been arrested.…

WCA Freshman Basketball Phenom Shoots for the Top

Keyana Brown’s favorite 1-on-1 opponent is still her father, Chris (left), who played for Norfolk State from 1984-88. (Photo courtesy of Brown family) When it comes to high school basketball,…

Busch Gardens Remains World’s Most Beautiful Park

Coasters and attractions may come and go, but beauty is forever.…

JCC Notebook: Supes Raise Independent Water Fee, Water Restrictions Start Soon and More

The Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 this week to increase the independent water connection fee from $4,000 to $8,000.…

Get Schooled: VIMS Program Provides Hands-on Lessons

Science class might be one of the few places where peer pressure does some good.…

Churchill Bell Winners to Talk Citizenship in Panel Discussion

Journalist Jim Lehrer, retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and historian Gordon Wood will discuss the responsibilities of citizenship at the Kimball Theatre on Saturday.…

Free Royal Wedding Viewing Party Friday

British-born local Steve Rose is dusting off his Union Jack top hat to celebrate the royal nuptials Friday morning, and he’s invited the whole town to celebrate with him.…

UPDATE: Cancellations Due to Expected Severe Weather

York County and WJCC schools have canceled afternoon and evening events due to expected severe weather.…

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