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Former Lafayette Swimming Star Baumler Qualifies for 2012 Olympic Swim Trials

  Former Lafayette High standout Matt Baumler qualified for the 2012 Olympic Swimming Trials. (Photo courtesy of Hokiesports.com) Matt Baumler has accomplished far more than the average Joe during his…

York Arrests City Man in Friday Shooting

The York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office arrested a Williamsburg man shortly after he shot a weapon around 12:39 a.m. Friday in the 500 block of Baptist Road in the Lackey neighborhood of…

Hotel Association Visitor Center Happy With Guest Count

The local hotel association’s Tourist Information Center announced last week it has seen nearly 12,000 visitors through June.…

York Notebook: New Voting Info, Senior Classes and More

Confused about what district you are in for the upcoming elections? Learn how you can find out where to register to vote and locate your polling place. Also discover where…

Need a Physical?

            There will be opportunities on both ends of the Historic Triangle this week for individuals hoping to participate in the upcoming fall sports season…

VPSU Swim Meet Results for July 11, 18; Standings

Williamsburg Yorktown Daily is where you can find the latest local swim results for the Virginia Peninsula Swim Union’s summer league contests. Team representatives may e-mail their scores to sports@wydaily.com…

More Preseason Honors for Tribe’s Grimes, Gottlieb and Cook

The preseason honors continue to roll in for members of the William and Mary football team, as senior running back Jonathan Grimes, senior tight end Alex Gottlieb and junior linebacker…

WM Breaks Records for Donations

The College of William and Mary broke another record for individual donors, receiving donations from more than 28,600 individuals during the fiscal year that ended June 30.…

JCC Notebook: National Night Out, Money Management Class and More

This week in James City County, the Housing and Community Development Office is holding a money management class, county residents and police are gearing up for National Night Out and…

In Local Elections, New Candidates Lead at Fundraising

Midyear campaign finance reports are in for local elections, and so far in York County and James City County candidates challenging incumbents are doing a better job raising funds.…

Governor Pushes Legislators to Fill Judge Seats

Gov. Bob McDonnell is pushing legislators to resolve vacant judgeships, both in the state’s Supreme Court and in lower courts, including a long-vacant seat in York-Poquoson Circuit Court.…

Chesapeake Financial Shares Posts Strong 2nd Quarter

The second quarter earnings report for Chesapeake Financial Shares in 2010 was impressive, but this year’s results are even more substantial.…

Kingsmill Announces Ambitious New Changes

  Kingsmill Resort entrance, photo courtesy of Kingsmill. Kingsmill Resort unveiled a new long-term vision that will reshape the property into a destination for families, conferences and sports enthusiasts.  …

York Supervisors Race Heats Up at Debate

The debate between Republican candidates fighting for a seat on the York County Board of Supervisors Thursday night at Grafton Middle School turned into a battle between the current board…

Campaign Finance Data Shows Some State Candidates Ahead

Midyear campaign finance reports are in for General Assembly elections, and so far incumbents rule the roost when it comes to fundraising over 2011.…