Colonial Williamsburg sells Carter's Grove plantation to Chicago preservationist

Colonial Williamsburg sells Carter's Grove plantation to Chicago preservationist

$7.25 million deal is a cash sale

WILLIAMSBURG — The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation sold Carter's Grove for the second time last week to a businessman and preservationist from Chicago for $7.25 million.

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 Volunteers give back during Williamsburg Day of Caring | <span style="color:#ff0000"><b>With Video</b></span>

Volunteers give back during Williamsburg Day of Caring | With Video

Day of Caring is a simple mission with a big impact.

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Kevin Onizuk is the man in the middle of the James City supevisors

Kevin Onizuk is the man in the middle of the James City supevisors

As the swing vote on some James City issues, he has become an unexpected power

JAMES CITY — Watching Jamestown Supervisor Kevin Onizuk maneuver a Board of Supervisors vote on allowing residents to keep chickens, you'd never know he was the newest member of the board.

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 Williamsburg grand jury hands down 71 indictments

Williamsburg grand jury hands down 71 indictments

WILLIAMSBURG — A grand jury handed down 71 indictments against 42 defendants Wednesday, including indictments for burglary, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, forgery, and selling drugs on school property.

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Walsingham Academy cross country coach uses humor, exercise to cope with Parkinson's disease

Walsingham Academy cross country coach uses humor, exercise to cope with Parkinson's disease

Walsingham coach turns to excercise to stave off disease

WILLIAMSBURG—Running is easier than walking for Rich Higgins these days, and he is using it to fight disease.

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Wolf family donates $3M to William & Mary for Law School scholarships, new Muscarelle gallery
Wolf family donates $3M to William &amp; Mary for Law School scholarships, new Muscarelle gallery
Virginia Gazette Last Word for Sept. 20: School start times; Thefts from cars; Camp Peary
Virginia Gazette Last Word for Sept. 20: School start times; Thefts from cars; Camp Peary
Bocce ball court built and opened at WindsorMeade
Bocce ball court built and opened at WindsorMeade

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