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Carter’s Grove Judge to Tour Mansion

Colonial Williamsburg and the trustee representing the debtor in the Carter’s Grove bankruptcy case are close to settling a countersuit, but first the trustee asked that the judge see Carter’s…

JCC Waives Dumping Fee for Storm Debris

James City County is waiving its dumping fee for storm debris for the next few weeks.…

Council Members Sworn In, Choose Mayor and Vice Mayor

Judge Michael McGinty swears in Clyde Haulman, who was re-elected as mayor. Photo by Kate Hoving/City of Williamsburg. Clyde Haulman, Paul Freiling and Judy Knudson were all sworn-in to City…

Celebrate the Fourth of July at Triangle Events

  Fireworks in York County. It’s time to celebrate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, and whether it’s music or fireworks you want, the Historic Triangle has you covered.…

At 15, Williamsburg Student Bound for Va. Tech

  Noah Pritchard When Noah Pritchard celebrates his sweet sixteen this August, he won’t be gearing up for a party with his high school friends or a cruise around town…

Frugal Jena: Free Samples from Target

Target is offering free samples of Garnier Fructis, Starbucks K-Cups and Shout Color Catcher.…

Game On: York Grad Tajee Harley Finds Direction Through Soccer

As a Christopher Newport University assistant and York High head soccer coach who also helps out with the Virginia Legacy travel program, Ryan Hagerty knows talent when he sees it.…

York Notebook: Applicants Needed for Senior Center Board, BZA

The York County Board of Supervisors is seeking applicants for both the Board of Zoning/Subdivision Appeals and the Senior Center Board. County offices will be closed for the Fourth of…

Storm Update: Power Restored, Debris Removal Tips

Approximately 700 Dominion customers in the Historic Triangle were without power Sunday morning, following a series of severe storms over the weekend. By the evening all but three customers’ service…

Weather-Related Cancellations, Postponements

The weekend’s storms have taken down power lines and changed a few plans. Here’s a list of what’s canceled or postponed. If you have events affected by the weather, please…

Storms Keep Emergency Crews Busy; Hundreds without Power

Back-to-back nighttime storms have left hundreds without power in the Historic Triangle and sent emergency crews to put out fires and remove fallen trees from roads and, in at least…

The Score: Local Swimmers Wrap Olympic Trials

A few local swimmers proved they’re competitive against Olympians this week in Omaha at the U.S. Olympic swimming time trials, held to determine this year’s squad traveling to London.…

Hometown: Historic Jamestowne Offers New Adventure Game

Historic Jamestowne is offering a new children’s adventure game starting July 3 that gives kids a chance to explore the area and help save the colony.…

Williamsburg Notebook: Fourth of July Closures, Sign Up for EDA Lunch

City offices will be closed and recycling will be delayed due to the Fourth of July. Sign up now for the next Business Roundtable luncheon, which will feature public relations…