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Subway Station, Open for 27 Years, to Close Saturday

The inside of the Subway Station sandwich shop in Williamsburg looks about the same as it did when it opened in 1985 – photos of William and Mary sports teams…

JCC Notebook: Register for Citizen Police Academy and More

News in the county this week includes information on how to register for the Citizen Police Academy, information on National Night Out coming up in early August, links on how…

WJCC Teachers Praise Hands-on Summer School Format

  Summer school students prepare corn for their vegetable soup, part of a new project-based learning initiative. (Photo courtesy of Charlie Morse.) Ed Van Dyke spent many hot days in…

W&M Takes In $44M in Private Gifts

Private gifts to The College of William & Mary totaled $43.6 million in 2012, representing a 6.5 percent increase over the previous year.…

Driver Ejected, Killed on I-64

Virginia State Police have identified the driver killed in a single-car accident Thursday night on Interstate 64 in York County.…

Hotel Occupancy Up for 10 Months Straight; Still Years Before Industry Rebounds

Hotel occupancy numbers have been on a steady rise for the first six months of 2012. The numbers are not high enough for industry experts to call the market healthy,…

Ritz Camera Closes

  The Ritz Camera store on Monticello Avenue closed Thursday. The Ritz Camera store in James City County’s Marketplace Shoppes closed its doors for good Thursday.…

DP Removes Evidence of Journatic From Hyperlocal Websites

The Daily Press outsources news content for some of its hyperlocal websites, but the company recently wiped evidence of the outsourcing from the sites – while still keeping the same…

The Right Man for the Job

  Richard Onesty is ready to get started as Bruton High’s new athletic director. (Photo by Will Armbruster). Richard Onesty’s first day on the job as Bruton High’s new athletic…

Walsingham Hires Director of Curriculum Development

Mary Johnston, shown holding a photo of herself as a Walsingham student, will serve as the new Director of Curriculum Development. Walsingham Academy veteran Mary Johnston will serve as its…

Get Schooled: Destination College Brings Fla. Students to W&M

Although they live more than 600 miles away in Jacksonville, Fla., Jennifer Feigert’s third-graders know everything about what it’s like to attend college in Virginia.…

Legion Baseball: Season Ends for Williamsburg Post 39 in District 3 Tournament Championship

Post 39 coach Tom Richardson gives his team a pep talk during Thursday night’s loss to Greenbrier in the District 3 tournament championship. (Photo by Will Armbruster) Williamsburg Post 39…

Legion Baseball: Williamsburg Post 39’s Season, State Tourney Hopes Rest on Thursday

In order to defend their Division 3 Legion baseball title, Williamsburg Post 39 will need to sweep its double-header against Greenbrier Post 280 Thursday evening at Deer Park’s Monfalcon Field.…

What You’ll Do: July 26-29

Last weekend in July, people – now that is worthy of a celebration. It’s also your last chance to see the Walsingham Madrigals before they jet off to the Olympics…

State Leaders, ODU President React to Proposed W&M, EVMS Merger

  The College of William and Mary and Eastern Virginia Medical School, shown above, are exploring the possibility of the medical college becoming the W&M School of Medicine. A proposed…