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Democrat Files for York Dist. 1 Supervisor Contest

Tony Joseph, Jr. There are going to be more options for York County voters in November, with a Democratic candidate filing for the District 1 seat on the Board of…

Fresh Market to Open July 20

  THe Fresh Market will leave its old location in Colony Square Shopping Center this month. The new Fresh Market location in Courthouse Commons will have its grand opening on…

Police Post Another Armed Robbery Arrest

The York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office collaborated with the James City County and Williamsburg Police Department in arresting 21-year-old Joshua Anderson of Williamsburg on June 29 for several robberies that have occurred…

Triangle Unemployment Consistently Down Through Spring Months

Unemployment in the Triangle over the spring months was down across the board in every locality in every month compared to the same period in 2010.…

Rand McNally Team Impressed by History of Williamsburg

  Patrick Henry, as interpreted by Richard Schumann, welcomes the Rally team to Williamsburg. While Williamsburg is vying for the title of “Most Patriotic Town,” the team sent to experience…

New Penalties for Underage Drinking and Driving Take Effect

RICHMOND – In 45 days, legislators passed more than 890 bills during this year’s General Assembly session. Their efforts will allow police to crack down on Internet gambling, entice more…

Nighttime Search Ends with Robbery Suspect’s Arrest

  Gary Piggott After a nearly seven-hour search involving five law enforcement agencies, the Virginia State Police Helicopter and K-9 units, James City County police found and arrested one of…

Williamsburg Notebook: Apply for Cooling Assistance, Council Hosts Public Hearing

Williamsburg residents looking for ways to beat the heat can now apply for Cooling Assistance. After the holiday week, City Council will meet for its work session and regular meeting…

Get Schooled: York Teen Chosen for National Geographic Trip

Every photographer – amateur or professional – fantasizes about working with National Geographic. At 14, Michaela Seaton is already preparing for her first photo shoots for the venerated company.…

A Personal Loss Leads to Pet Crematorium Business Plan

When a friend or family member passes away, it’s clear what steps have to be taken to lay them to rest. Last requests are fulfilled, funerals are had, and loved…

Virginia Legacy Soccer: 16 &17-Under Boys Team Wins Region Title, Spot in Nationals; Annual David Pickeral Scholarship Awarded This Week

  The 16 & 17 and under Virginia Legacy boys soccer team sporting their hardware after claiming the region title in Richmond. The Virginia Legacy 16 & 17 and under…

Jamestown’s Annual “Iron Eagle” XC Camp Begins Next Week

Jamestown High’s14th annual Iron Eagle Cross Country Camp, hosted by Eagle XC coach Howard Townsend, runs July 6-16 and is looking for runners hoping to improve their skills for the…