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Jamestown High grad wins “gold star” at The Citadel

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CHARLESTON, S.C. -- One student is getting recognized for their academic achievements. Tucker Young was recently awarded gold star, along with more than 650 cadets...

‘Kids in Kayaks’ returns to the James River

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VIRGINIA PENINSULA -- Kids looking to explore the James River in a kayak will have the opportunity to do so. On April 19, the James...

Scholarship fund named for teacher helps future educators

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YORK COUNTY -- Julie M. Sager was a mother, a teacher and an advocate for young people accomplishing their goals.  Julie was a kindergarten and...

WRL Uses Microgrant for Antiracism Reading Initiative

Editor's Note: The following news release is brought to you by WYDaily, courtesy of Barry Trott, spokesperson for the Williamsburg Regional Library. WILLIAMSBURG -- This...

Peninsula Chinese American Association helps those in need

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PENINSULA – When the Peninsula Chinese American Association (PCAA) sees a need within the community, they do whatever they can to fulfill it. As the...

Women’s History Month: Clara Byrd Baker, the pioneering educator

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Clara Byrd Baker Elementary School bears the name of a woman ahead of her time. That is the description Mary Ann Moxon, spokeswoman for Williamsburg League...
Student enrollment at Thomas Nelson Community College for the fall 2020 semester has declined 6.6 percent compared to last year.(WYDaily file/Courtesy of TNCC)

TNCC board recommends name change after unanimous vote

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Thomas Nelson Community College may be getting a new name soon. The college’s board voted unanimously to recommend changing the name of the school at...

Walsingham’s athletic director named ‘Athletic Administrator of the Year’

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Neil Bailey, the athletic director at Walsingham Academy, has been named Virginia's Independent Schools Athletic Administrator of the Year by the Virginia Interscholastic Athletic...