Police looking for suspect in Grafton Wawa theft

YORK COUNTY - The York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office is looking for a man who it says stole several items from a Grafton-area Wawa around 5:15 p.m. Feb. 11, according to a news release. The man got into a late model Ford F-150 pickup truck and drove away on Wolf Trap Road, the release states. Anyone...

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    Bruton boys march on to state quarterfinals

    YORK – By the time Bruton got a full scouting report on Stuarts Draft, the Panthers had only about a day to prepare for the Cougars’ run-and-gun system most recently popularized by Division III Grinnell College in Iowa. Stuarts Draft pressed nonstop Tuesday in the Group 2A East Region boys basketball...

  • Pair of Bay Rivers boys soccer players commit

    Pair of Bay Rivers boys soccer players commit

    Lafayette's Justin Wilson and Bruton's Chuckie Tenbusch each recently committed to play collegiate soccer. Wilson committed to Christopher Newport University and Tenbusch to Mount Ida College in Massachusetts. Wilson was an all-4A East Region midfielder last season and Tenbusch earned 2A all-state...

      • Pickleball tourney slated for March 18 at Quarterpath

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        The Williamsburg Parks and Recreation will host the Pickleball Palooza Tournament for players 17-and-up on March 18 at the Quarterpath Recreation Center. Pickleball combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong, and can be played on both indoor and outdoor courts. Quarterpath has six indoor...

          • Wednesday 10:50 p.m. UPDATE: High school basketball tournament results, pairings

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              When Prince Turki Al Faisal of Saudi Arabia, head of Saudi Arabia's General Intelligence Directorate for 23 years, visited the College of William and Mary in 2014, he spoke at an open forum, reflecting on his vision of reshaping the Middle East. His vision — in light of President Trump's emerging...

                • Choosing a college in challenging times

                  We are at that time of the year when high school seniors are making decisions about where to spend their college years (and their family's hard earned money). This choice has never been more difficult. Rising costs only complicate the flood of marketing messages from higher education and our recent...

                    • Last Word on the Jefferson statue, Feb. 22

                      Last Word on the Jefferson statue, Feb. 22

                      Jefferson statue Whoever decided that a deliberate attack on the statue is called for is wrong. That statue reflects on one great American who made many significant contributions to this country. Using today's values against his have no place today. Hopefully, the party will be caught soon, publicly...

                    • WHRO is firmly on the STEM bandwagon

                      While I usually show up in the Virginia Gazette covering our many excellent performing arts events in the Soundings column, I want to detour from that to Troy Jefferson's recent article in the newspaper on the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics studies as seen through...

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