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Closings and Cancellations

  A tree fell in front of the Wren Building at William and Mary. Photo courtesy of Erin Zagursky. Due to the effects of Hurricane Irene, businesses, government buildings and…

No Arrests in Friday Stabbing in James City County

Maj. Steve Rubino of the James City Police Department said there are no arrests in the Friday night stabbing of 27-year-old Tabitha Russell of Judy Drive in James City County.…

BRD Golf: Times’ 9-Under 63 Helps Jamestown Squeak Past York @ Cypress Creek

Trevor Times shot a Bay Rivers District season best and career low nine-under 63 Thursday afternoon at Cypress Creek Golf Course in Smithfield to help Jamestown edge York 303-307 and…

The Score: BRD Golf Tournament Results from Cypress Creek

              Below are the results from the 10-team Bay Rivers District Golftournament from the Cypress Creek Golf Course in Smithfield. Behind Trevor Times’ stellar…

Share Your Storm Updates With Us

Here at 92.3 The Tide, 107.9 Bach-FM and WYDaily, we want to keep everyone in the community informed about all aspects of the storm.  We invite you to share your…

Department of Ed Says D.J. Montague Met AYP

Williamsburg-James City County Schools announced Friday that D.J. Montague Elementary School successfully met Adequate Yearly Progress benchmarks, correcting an error that earlier listed the school as failing to meet AYP.…

Preparing Your Home for a Hurricane

Deana Laney from the True Value in Grafton had these tips to prepare your home before Hurricane Irene hits the Historic Triangle.…

Get Schooled: WM Students Show Interest in Volunteering

There was a time in America when a barn-raising was a social event. People, young and old, would gather together to sling hammers and talk, warm with the glow that…

Williamsburg Notebook: Council to Discuss Goals Saturday

The Williamsburg City Council is planning to meet for a retreat Saturday morning. Early next month, they’ll decide whether to change the city’s regulations for room rentals in owner-occupied homes.…

Chesapeake Man Charged with Indecent Exposure at WM

The Chesapeake Police Department arrested a Chesapeake man Tuesday suspected of committing lewd behavior while sitting in a parking lot at the College of William and Mary on Monday.…

VIDEO: Marching Band Preview of Bruton High School

In Part 1 of WYDaily’s tour of the area high school marching bands, we visited Bruton High School. Band director Cara Townsend is getting her group ready for the 2011/2012…

Frugal Jena: Making A Hurricane Kit on a Budget

Hurricane Irene is headed towards Hampton Roads with full force.  Weather.com reports that Irene has the potential to be the strongest hurricane to hit the east coast in decades.  Having…

WM Closing Dorms, Advises Students to Evacuate

WM students prepare to leave in Williamsburg. Photo courtesy of Stephen Salpukas. The College of William and Mary is closing its residence halls at noon Friday and rescheduling its convocation.…

Game On: UPDATE: Hurricane Irene Threat Affecting Tribe, Prep Sports Schedule

            Who knows for sure if Hurricane Irene will hit the triangle as hard as some have in year’s past. But just in case, the…

New Allegations in Carter’s Grove Case

Carter’s Grove owner Halsey Minor has petitioned the court to keep Colonial Williamsburg from changing its deposition testimony in the ongoing bankruptcy case.…