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Tornado warnings were issued Monday. Here’s why you were not alerted
Very early Monday, residents across James City County received phone calls and alerts for a tornado warning. READ MORE
Building a freshman class: What William & Mary looks for in applications
It’s that time of the year again: Colleges are releasing their lists and demographics of the newest pool of accepted students. READ MORE
Preschool playdate to small business: Williamsburg women launch welcome basket business
When Ashlyn Trant’s shy, 3-year-old son took an immediate liking to another 3-year-old boy named Anderson at preschool, Trant resolved to arrange an out-of-school playdate for her son. READ MORE
Curious voters, undecideds met and greeted Beto in Williamsburg
At least 200 people stood in line outside the College of William & Mary’s Trinkle Hall Tuesday, waiting for a red ticket and a chance to see Beto O’Rourke. READ MORE
Here’s how Ironman is going to impact camping, traffic next month
There’s a lot of planning to be done when you’re expecting 2,000-plus athletes to flood your town. READ MORE