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What You’ll Do: Oct. 27-30

The last weekend of October means Halloween is on the horizon, Howl-O-Scream is wrapping it up and there’s still a full plate of music, movies and amusements for you and…

JCC Police Make Arrest in 2 Bank Robberies

Joel W. Galindo James City County Police have charged a 25-year-old Richmond man with robbing the RBC Centura Bank on John Tyler Highway in August and the Citizens and Farmers…

Lacrosse Tournament to Bring 2,000 Visitors to the Triangle in November

The second annual Colonial Challenge Lacrosse tourney will be held in Williamsburg the week leading up to Thanksgiving on Sunday, November 20.…

A Method for Madness

Colonial Williamsburg offers a look at the first Mental Hospital. Guests can learn about America’s first hospital for the mentally disordered in a new program, “A Method for Madness.” The…

Candidate Q&A: WJCC Treasurer Ann Davis

WYDaily asked candidates on the ballot for the November general election to respond to a few questions so readers can get a feeling for where these folks stand on issues.…

Jolly Pond Road Could Reopen By February

James City County supervisors gave the thumbs up Tuesday evening to start the process of reopening the closed section of Jolly Pond Road, which could happen as early as February.…

Jamestown Volleyball Clinches Bay Rivers Title with Sweep of Grafton

Some volleyball teams in the Bay Rivers District have a lot of experience, and others possess great talent. No team in the district, however, can boast of having both experience…

BRD Field Hockey: Tabb, Grafton Prevail in District Tournament Semis, to Meet (Again) in Championship

Tabb coach Wendy Wilson has her team poised to avenge last season’s loss to Grafton in the tournament title game. For the second straight season, district powerhouses Tabb and Grafton…

CW Receives Grant for Curatorial Internships

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation received a $200,000 grant for a pilot program of curatorial internships.…

Community Notebook: Senior Services Coalition, CW Equiano Forum Coming Up

Soroptimist International of Williamsburg is looking for women interested in returning to school; apply now for a chance to receive one of its Women’s Opportunity Awards. This week, seniors can…

CW Partners with James Beard Foundation to Celebrate Food

It’s a partnership that could make mouths water. Colonial Williamsburg announced Tuesday it will partner with the James Beard Foundation to celebrate both organization’s culinary traditions and innovations.…

White Knuckles: Say Cheese

It was 35 years ago, but I still remember my first school picture day for two reasons. I was in kindergarten, and I mistakenly wandered into the school gym when…

The Score: Field Hockey, Volleyball Results from Tuesday (10/25)

            Jamestown clinches first Bay Rivers volleyball title since ’08, Grafton and Tabb advance to district tournament championship for second straight year.…

Free Admission for Military and Families

Colonial Williamsburg honors the sacrifices and dedication of U.S. active duty military personnel, guard and reservists, retirees, veterans and their dependents during Veterans Day weekend.  As part of this tribute,…

ECOfreak: Some Wind-Power News

The Governor’s office recently announced that a big wind turbine testing and certification project is being established in Northampton County, and will bring new jobs to Hampton Roads and the…