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Hometown: Young Professionals Help with Home Project

Triangle Unemployment Flat in Spring Months

Unemployment rates in the Historic Triangle over spring months were roughly flat with spring months last year, with just a few tenths of a point separating 2012 and 2011 numbers.…

Triangle Did Not Receive Rt. 60 Beautification Grant This Year

An ambitious, multi-million dollar project aimed at beautifying a Historic Triangle corridor didn’t win a competitive grant award this year, but local officials feel that the project has a good…

What You’ll Do: June 28-July 1

Hot weather isn’t the only story this weekend – there are many choices for keeping cool. Maybe you’ll celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Williamsburg Farmers Market, learn all about…

Game On: Catching Up with Local Swimmers at U.S. Olympic Trials

Merely 10 weeks after breaking his wrist in a bicycling accident, Tabb High graduate David Walters has shown little signs of rust this week at the U.S. Olympic swim trials…

Legion Baseball: Williamsburg Post 39 Keeps Rolling, Cruises Past Rivals

American Legion baseball’s version of ‘Battle of the Burg’ quickly turned into one-sided slugfest Wednesday evening.  …

W&M Community Remembers Walter Zable

Tribe football coach Jimmye Laycock escorted Walter Zable around the Laycock Center during its dedication in 2008. (Photo courtesy of Tribe Athletics) Walter J. Zable ’37 may have been one…

No Injuries in Lanexa Fire Tuesday Night

A fire involving two campers and a building in a rural area of James City County tested the limits of local fire departments Tuesday night.…

JCC Fire Marshal Investigating Acid Barrel Left in New Town

The James City County Fire Marshal is still investigating who abandoned a drum of acid in a New Town parking lot for weeks before it was identified on Friday morning…

JCC Supes Discuss Rural Lands, Want Public Input

James City County’s Board of Supervisors discussed development in rural lands Tuesday, and while members still don’t seem ready to agree on the issue they did agree to ask the…

New York Giants Receiver Victor Cruz Plays with a Chip on His Shoulder (W/ Video)

  New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz followed a unique path to becoming an NFL star. (Photo courtesy Tribeathletics.com) Take a look at the long list of names that…

10 Questions With Warhill’s Co-Salutatorian

Warhill High co-salutatorian Alexandria Gruendl has a fun summer planned, with trips to St. Thomas and North Carolina filling her days until she heads off to Virginia Tech to study…

CW Introduces Mobile Map App

  CW’s new mobile app offers an interactive map to help guests navigate the attractions. Colonial Williamsburg guests who have gotten lost looking for the Benjamin Powell House or the…

Colonial Williamsburg Hosts 4th of July Spectacular

Colonial Williamsburg’s Independence Day Celebration, Wednesday, July 4, brings more fanfare this year with new events. A special performance by the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, with music director JoAnn Falletta, at…

Game On: University of Pittsburgh Taps Former Tabb Swim Star Cihoski as Assistant

Former area swimming standout Kristin Cihoski, a 2005 graduate of Tabb High, has been named the new assistant swim and dive coach at the University of Pittsburgh, Panthers’ head coach…