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Online Ad Leads to Prostitution Charge for JCC Woman

A James City County woman has been charged with prostitution after investigators received a tip she was advertising prostitution services online.…

Bay Rivers Teams Have Good Showing in Regional Track and Field Meet

Tabb’s girls were strong in Thursday’s Region I track and field championships, earning the title with all but four of their points won on the track. New Kent’s boys dominated…

Streak Continues: Jamestown Girls’ Tennis Claims Region I Tournament Title

Seniors Morrow Heard and Joe Foster (holding the trophy) celebrate their fourth Region I tournament championship with their teammates. (Photo by Will Armbruster) Region tournament championships are more than a…

Memorial Service Set for Jim Yankovich

Jim Yankovich Jim Yankovich, who spent 22 years at the College of William and Mary as dean and professor in the School of Education, died Wednesday. He was 76.…

Tabb Over Warhill in BRD Baseball Tourney; Advances to Regionals

The Warhill Lions had every reason to enter yesterday’s Bay Rivers baseball tournament final with confidence. They had reached the final by narrowly defeating Jamestown 3-2 in the type of…

Norment to Run for Re-Election

Republican Sen. Tommy Norment plans to run for re-election in his reshaped 3rd District.…

Parlett’s Auction Draws Crowd, Cleans House

A large, $350 metal table with an intricate floral design sold for $15. That low-ball winning bid early in Thursday’s auction of a store’s worth of inventory was the norm…

Jamestown Girls, Boys Repeat as BRD Soccer Tourney Champions

Senior captains Meredith Napoleon and Sherlanda Buskey hoist the lady Eagles’ second consecutive Bay Rivers District tournament championship trophy alongside teammates (Photo by Will Armbruster) Throughout the Bay Rivers District…

BRD Soccer: Boys’ and Girls’ All-District Team Awards

After guiding Warhill’s girls soccer team to the school’s first-ever BRD title, Lion coach Mike Giblin earned Bay Rivers District Coach of the Year honors while his standout forward Ashley…

Get Schooled: WM Students Bike Cross-Country for Project

One summer internship can sometimes do more to help a student pick his path than a semester’s worth of courses. Unfortunately, many internships amount to hours of answering phones and…

McDonnell Approves Three Tourism Bills

A Sen. Tommy Norment-sponsored bill that will create a Tourism Development Grant Program was signed into law by Gov. Bob McDonnell on Wednesday.…

What You’ll Do: May 26-29

Remember the Walsingham Madrigals, who sang for the Pope earlier this year? They’re singing for us now in a free candlelight performance at Bruton Parish. It’s a moving way to…

Martin’s Gas Station Construction to Start

    An artist’s rendering of the new Martin’s fuel pumps. Martin’s got the nod from the county to begin building a new gas station along Monticello Avenue in Windsormeade…

JCC Notebook: Supes Talk Sewers and Greenspace; Pools Open

Supervisors got an update on sewer monitoring and the greenspace program, and county pools will open this holiday weekend.…

How Much Will the Rivalry Factor Play Into Tonight’s Jamestown vs. Lafayette BRD Tournament Championship?

            The first time Jamestown and Lafayette’s boys’ soccer teams met this season, the atmosphere was wild, to say the least. And that was just…