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Hometown: Free Museum Visits for Bank of America Card Holders

Bank of America customers can get into a few local museums free this weekend.…

What You’ll Do: May 31-June 3

If you’re a history buff you’ll likely be headed to Riverwalk Landing this weekend for a Yorktown Maritime celebration of tall ships. But that’s not all that’s going on –…

Virginia Symphony Adds Performances to Summer Lineup

The Virginia Symphony will be adding more performances this summer, including several in the Historic Triangle.…

New Veterans ID Available at DMV

A new ID card will help Virginia veterans identify themselves to obtain retail and restaurant discounts throughout the state.…

Tennis: Shetty, Plawska Defend Region I Singles Crowns; Jamestown Sweeps Doubles Titles

  Tabb’s Chiraag Shetty won his second-straight Region I singles title Wednesday afternoon inside McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center. (Photo by Will Armbruster) Another year, another dominating performance by the Bay Rivers…

La Tienda Hires New Chief Operating Officer

A new Chief Operating Officer will join La Tienda, the Toano-based specialty importer of gourmet foods from Spain.…

JCC Firefighter Included in Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service

James City County firefighter Capt. James Blanchard, who died in 2004, will be honored in the 15th annual Virginia Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service on Saturday at Richmond Raceway Complex.…

Frugal Jena: National Donut Day June 1

Celebrate one of the sweetest days of the year by commemorating National Doughnut Day on Friday, June 1!  …

Hometown: Williamsburg, Busch Gardens in Running for Readers Choice Award

Budget Travel magazine is holding its third annual Reader’s Choice Awards poll, and Williamsburg and Busch Gardens are in the running for two different awards.…

Hometown: Girl Scout Wins Award

  Girl Scout April Cross won the Girl Scout GOld Award.…

Divers Recover JHS Senior’s Body after College Creek Swimming Accident

  The search for Trevor Times’ body resumed Tuesday morning at the College Creek beach from which he set off to swim to a sandbar about 75 yards offshore. (photo…

Jamestown Girls, Boys Soccer Advance to Region I Semis in Wake of Schoolmate’s Death

Jamestown senior girls soccer standout Nicolette Young hopes she and her team can continue to turn adversity into inspiration as they continue their season in memory of their former schoolmate…

Strong Current, Steep Drop-Off Makes College Creek Dangerous Spot

  A Google satellite map shows the popular beach and to the right, a sandbar many swimmers try to reach. For decades, signs posted at College Creek have read: “Danger:…

10 Questions With Walsingham’s Salutatorian

Meet Walsingham Academy salutatorian Eni Kruja, who hails from Albania, but will next become a resident of Michigan. Read about her future plans and past accomplishments.…

The Score: Region I Boys, Girls Soccer Results from Tuesday; Thursday’s Semifinal Pairings

              Six teams from the Bay Rivers advanced past the boys and girls soccer Region I quarterfinals Tuesday night.…

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