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JCSA Customers May See Rate Hike

James City Service Authority customers could see a 15 percent increase in sewer bills next year, which will help the county repair ailing sewers as ordered by the Virginia Department…

Campus Kitchen Volunteer Selected for WM Engagement Award

Molly Bulman College of William and Mary senior Molly Bulman will be honored with the Monroe Prize for her activism on- and off-campus.…

Magistrate Denies Bail for Suspect in IED Case

Joseph Yengel A 36-year-old sailor arrested New Year’s Eve for manufacturing and possessing an explosive device in the Season’s Trace subdivision in James City County was painted as a person…

What You’ll Do: Jan. 26-29

It’s not even February and there’s so much to do. We thought January was a grace period for activity as we settle down from the holidays and into our self-improvement…

Frugal Jena: Bottom Dollar- Entire Store 50% Off

The Bottom Dollar grocery stores in Lee Hall and Newport News (on Jefferson Ave. near Main Street) are both closing and have marked the entire store 50% off (excluding alcohol…

Bill Would Eliminate HPV Vaccine Subsidies

RICHMOND - Delegate Kathy Byron, R-Lynchburg, plunged the General Assembly into the murky issue of human papillomavirus (HPV) on Tuesday, with a proposal that would cut off taxpayer subsidies of…

JCC Supes Oppose GA Bills on Cemeteries

James City County’s Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to oppose legislation that could affect a controversial local mausoleum project that was recently pulled from consideration.…

Ropes Course Planned for Freedom Park

  A picture of a Go Ape ropes course (photo courtesy of Go Ape). James City County will soon have a new high ropes course at Freedom Park on Centerville…

Chesapeake Financial Shares Reports Banner Year

A year ago Chesapeake Financial Shares reported an outstanding growth year during a difficult economy. The company has even better news to report for 2011.…

Community Notebook: Lecture Focuses on Earthquake, Volunteer Opportunities for Run

This week, a William and Mary geologist will talk about the earthquake that shook Virginia in August. Community Action Agency workshops aim to help students plan for the future, while…

Parents, Students Tell York SB to Ditch 4X4 Schedule

York County parents and students voiced their disapproval of a hybrid 4X4 high school schedule at Monday’s School Board meeting.…

Jamestown Student Voices Concern Over Freedom of Speech Violation

A Jamestown High School junior brought attention to a freedom of speech violation committed by the school’s interim principal at the School Board’s Jan. 17 meeting.…

The Score: Private School Hoops Results from Tuesday, Conference Standings

Walsingham, WCA boys and HRA girls all win to stay in first place; Chris Tang’s career-high 42 lifts HRA, and more… Also a look at the current girls and boys…

Frugal Jena: Free $25 Gift Certificate from Garden’s Alive

Click here to sign up for a free Gardens Alive catalog and you’ll get a coupon for $25 off any $25 purchase with your catalog.…

WJCC to Restructure Administration, Eliminate Positions

The Williamsburg-James City County School Board voted on Jan. 17 to eliminate and modify several positions in the school division’s administration.…