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Winter-Related Delays, Closures for Friday

Winter-Related Delays, Closures for Friday

The storm is gone, but the delays, postponements and cancellations linger with the low temperatures and snow. If you know of any cancellations, delays or postponements due to…

Plans Crumble for Billy Bread Expansion to Williamsburg

Plans Crumble for Billy Bread Expansion to Williamsburg

A Richmond-based bakery’s plans to expand to the City of Williamsburg have been suspended indefinitely following disagreements between the business partners behind it. “We decided not to take…

General Assembly Sends State Budget to McAuliffe

General Assembly Sends State Budget to McAuliffe

The House of Delegates approved a state budget Thursday that keeps taxes level, offers state funds for a teacher pay raise and restores most cuts made last year…

Man Sentenced to 11 Years for Eluding JCC Police While Drunk

Man Sentenced to 11 Years for Eluding JCC Police While Drunk

A 42-year-old man who has had at least eight DUI convictions was sentenced Wednesday after police found him passed out in a running car with an open can…

New YPSO Sheriff’s Citizen Academy Begins in March

New YPSO Sheriff’s Citizen Academy Begins in March

Applications are currently being accepted for citizens wishing to learn about law enforcement in York County and the city of Poquoson. The York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office is once again…

Sports

Walsingham Girls Basketball Season Likely to End Over Canceled Game

Walsingham Girls Basketball Season Likely to End Over Canceled Game

The Walsingham Academy girls basketball team’s playoff hopes were all but dashed after snowy weather caused…

College Watch: Jamestown Alumnus Sets Diving Record at Marshall

College Watch: Jamestown Alumnus Sets Diving Record at Marshall

Megan Wolons, a 2013 graduate of Jamestown High School, broke Marshall University’s record Saturday for highest…

Bruton’s 2A East Basketball Tournament Rescheduled to Sunday

Bruton’s 2A East Basketball Tournament Rescheduled to Sunday

The 2A East Tournament first round games that were snowed out for the Bruton boys and…

Winter Weather Pushes VHSL to Cancel Basketball Conference Finals

Winter Weather Pushes VHSL to Cancel Basketball Conference Finals

As Historic Triangle coaches received notice about the cancellation of the Conference 25 basketball finals on…




Local News

General Assembly Approves Two State Songs for Virginia

General Assembly Approves Two State Songs for Virginia

RICHMOND – The House of Delegates joined the Senate on Tuesday in approving both “Our Great Virginia” and “Sweet Virginia Breeze” as official state songs. The House voted 81-15 in…

Local Firefighters Respond to Vehicle Crashes, Blocked Road

Local Firefighters Respond to Vehicle Crashes, Blocked Road

An early morning winter storm that blanketed the Historic Triangle with several inches of snow was largely over by mid-morning. First responders throughout the area responded to several calls related…

Photo Gallery: Snow Blankets the Historic Triangle

Photo Gallery: Snow Blankets the Historic Triangle

  Snow is on the ground throughout the Historic Triangle thanks to a storm that began Wednesday night. Snow continued to fall as the sun came up Thursday,…

VDOT: Expect ‘Slick, Treacherous’ Roads for Morning Commute

VDOT: Expect ‘Slick, Treacherous’ Roads for Morning Commute

The Virginia Department of Transportation is recommending drivers stay off the roads, where moderate snow and ice has accumulated from the ongoing storm. Moderate snow and ice —…

Obituaries

Lou Ann Hall, 57, avid Bingo player who enjoyed gambling trips

Lou Ann Hall, 57, avid Bingo player who enjoyed gambling trips

Lou Ann Hall died peacefully surrounded by her family on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, at the age of 57. Lou was a native…

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Hometown

Middle East Expert Honored by William & Mary

The College of William & Mary is recognizing one woman for her outstanding efforts as an advocate for human rights and equality for women around the world.…

This Week In Crime

This Week in Crime: Man Accused of Threatening to Blow up House Over Cigarette

This week, a man is accused of threatening to blow up a woman’s home, and a James City County restaurant reported a break-in Check out all the…

W.Y.D.

What You’ll Do: Feb. 28-March 1

Another week of winter weather doesn’t have to put a damper on your weekend. Dig out from the snow and take in a show, listen to a…

Get Schooled

Get Schooled: YCSD Names February Seniors of the Month

The York County School Division recognizes one senior from each of the division’s four high schools during the school year for their exceptional achievements in academics and community…

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