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Woman Pleads Guilty to Having Mobile Meth Lab in Vehicle

Woman Pleads Guilty to Having Mobile Meth Lab in Vehicle

A 39-year-old woman pulled over for impaired driving was “chatty” as she explained in detail how her mobile meth lab worked to a Virginia State Police officer. Maryland resident…

York County Says 400-Square-Foot ‘Tiny Home’ Short on Federal Standards

York County Says 400-Square-Foot ‘Tiny Home’ Short on Federal Standards

Karen and Tom Rogers like to live small. The couple and their daughter, Kaitlin, lived in an RV from 1999 until a tree destroyed it during a storm…

Citizens Choose Among Mooretown Road Extension Options

Citizens Choose Among Mooretown Road Extension Options

Of the three proposed options to connect Mooretown and Croaker roads, the one that cuts through the largest area of undeveloped land received the most support from citizens…

Retro Daddio Owner Signs Lease for Monticello Shopping Center

Retro Daddio Owner Signs Lease for Monticello Shopping Center

  The owner of Retro Daddio, a specialty store formerly located in New Town that featured nostalgia-based merchandise, has signed a lease to reopen her store in the…

Felony Robbery Charge Dropped Against Williamsburg Man Convicted of Domestic Assault

Felony Robbery Charge Dropped Against Williamsburg Man Convicted of Domestic Assault

A felony robbery charge was dropped Friday against a Williamsburg man accused of taking two cell phones and jewelry from his wife. Santos Gonzales-Linares, 30, was convicted of petty…

Sports

Tribe Men’s Basketball Picked Second in CAA; Thornton Named Preseason Player of the Year

Tribe Men’s Basketball Picked Second in CAA; Thornton Named Preseason Player of the Year

Coming off a 20-win season and another appearance in the league championship game, the William…

TCIS Boys Soccer: HRA Earns Share of Regular-Season Title

TCIS Boys Soccer: HRA Earns Share of Regular-Season Title

The Hampton Roads Academy boys soccer team earned a three-way share of the Tidewater Conference…

Tribe Men’s Soccer Welcomes Rival Old Dominion For Televised Home Finale

Tribe Men’s Soccer Welcomes Rival Old Dominion For Televised Home Finale

The William & Mary men’s soccer team welcomes non-conference rival Old Dominion University to Martin…

Field Hockey Roundup: Cooke Sisters Carry Warhill Past New Kent

Field Hockey Roundup: Cooke Sisters Carry Warhill Past New Kent

Sisters Jessica and Kayla Cooke each scored two goals and added one assist apiece to…



Local News

United Way Offers $500K Grant for Innovative Strategy to Fight Homelessness

United Way Offers $500K Grant for Innovative Strategy to Fight Homelessness

The United Way of Greater Williamsburg is searching for an innovative approach to fighting area homelessness, and has pledged up to $500,000 to the purpose. In the spring,…

Alliance-Owned Company Creates Statewide Insurance Exchange

Alliance-Owned Company Creates Statewide Insurance Exchange

The Greater Williamsburg Chamber & Tourism Alliance has partnered with the state’s chamber of commerce and a Norfolk company to create Virginia Benefits, a private health insurance exchange…

Work to Begin on Drainage Installation, Underground Work of Route 17 Widening Project

Work to Begin on Drainage Installation, Underground Work of Route 17 Widening Project

  Construction crews will soon begin work on phases two and three of the Route 17 Widening Project, which will widen the road to six lanes from Hampton…

York Supervisors to Review Farming Regulations Tuesday

York Supervisors to Review Farming Regulations Tuesday

After an extensive review process, a set of farming regulations that would terminate livestock and underwater farming for about 5,600 York County properties will be considered by the…

Obituaries

Otto Honeycutt, 78, learned to survive with humble beginnings

Otto Honeycutt, 78, learned to survive with humble beginnings

Otto Honeycutt, of Williamsburg, died Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, for a higher calling. He was 78 years old. Otto was born…

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Hometown

Langley Federal Credit Union Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters

An area credit union has donated $5,000 to youth mentoring programs. Earlier this month, Langley Federal Credit Union presented a check to Big Brothers Big Sisters of…

Game On

Game On: Tabb XC Coach Coulter Reaches 300 Wins

Tabb cross-country coach George Coulter was doused by a cooler of water and honored by his team after reaching a career milestone Thursday. Coulter, who has been…

W.Y.D.

What You’ll Do: Oct. 16-19

Whether your passion is history or science, this weekend has a festival to enjoy. The Historic Triangle will be full of activities marking Revolutionary triumph and hailing…

Get Schooled

Get Schooled: New Breakfast Carts Roll Out in Two York County High Schools

For high school students who want to socialize or rush to put the finishing touches on a homework assignment before the bell rings at 7:20 a.m., breakfast…

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