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Dominion Plans to Restore All Power By Overnight Wed.

Dominion power customers affected by Monday’s thunderstorm should have their power restored overnight Wednesday, according to the power company.…

“Jefferson and Adams” Live Stage Play at Kimball Theatre

The compelling story of two celebrated founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, and one astute first lady, Abigail Adams, returns for encore performances. “Jefferson & Adams” will be presented…

Local Small Businesses Compete for National Grant

Several local businesses in the Historic Triangle are vying for $250,000 grants from Chase and LivingSocial, and they need online votes to get the funds.…

Repairs at Dare Elementary Mostly Complete

A cleaned and finished classroom at Dare Elementary, which was closed for most of the year. Photo courtesy of York County Schools. The 2011-12 school year tested the patience and…

Hometown: Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation Recognizes Employees, Volunteers

Three staff members of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation received service awards at a June 5 event that also recognized 61 employees for reaching service milestones and 128 individuals for commitment to…

Arc’s Aktion Club Raises Money with Car Washes

NFL Stars Tebow, Fitzgerald Enjoy Giving Back at All-Pro Football Camp

Tim Tebow preaches quarterbacking wisdom to campers Monday afternoon. (Photo courtesy Tribeathletics.com) Tim Tebow and Larry Fitzgerald each have a unique way of captivating an audience.  …

Yorktown Resident is Semifinalist for Face of Fox43

Yorktown resident Elizabeth Paschall is vying for the title of Face of Fox43. A Yorktown resident is among the semifinalists for Fox43’s annual talent search for a spokesperson.…

Two York County Schools Receive VHSL’s Claudia Dodson Sportsmanship Award

York and Grafton high schools each have been named among the 34 recipients of the 2011-12 Claudia Dodson Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity award handed out by the Virginia High School…

Secrets to Extend the Life of a Vegetable Garden

Wesley Greene, Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Trades gardener, who has rediscovered the art of producing vegetables year-round, shares the history associated with gardening “out of season” during the program, “Gardening Under…

Hometown: Racers Needed for Jaycees Cardboard Boat Regatta

  Contestants in last year’s cardboard boat regatta. Photo courtesy of the Williamsburg Jaycees.…

Former Trustee Returns to CW Board

Judith McHale The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Board of Trustees has elected Judith A. McHale as a trustee of the Foundation. McHale is returning to the board, having served previously as…

The Score: Legion Baseball Results- Williamsburg Post 39 Wins ‘Summer Blast’ Tournament; Poquoson Post 273 Splits Double-Header with Smithfield

Williamsburg Post 39 went 4-0 over the weekend en route to capturing the ‘Summer Blast’ tournament title held at the Virginia Sports Complex in Ruther Glen.…

Frugal Jena: Free 20 lb. Bag of Dog Food

Time for another contest!  The Pet Way is a local company that offers all-natural and holistic quality pet food, at a very surprising, affordable price- plus FREE delivery!  They are…

Man Found Dead at New Kent Rest Area

Virginia State Police are investigating the death of a man who was found in a parked car around 6 p.m. Saturday at the westbound New Kent rest area off Interstate…