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  • Huge creates informal replacement committee for football coach search

    Huge creates informal replacement committee for football coach search

    William and Mary Athletic Director Samantha Huge announced the creation of a committee of informal advisors to assist her search to find a replacement for longtime Tribe football coach Jimmye Laycock. In a letter to donors and alumni on Aug. 22, Huge announced the creation of the committee to “identify,...

  • Favorites come through to win inaugural Democracy 10K

    Pre-race favorites Jason Miller and Dani Springfels came through as expected with easy wins at last Saturday’s inaugural Democracy Dash 10K Run at Jamestown Island. Miller, 41, of Williamsburg, won his first Colonial Road Runners Grand Prix race two weeks prior, at the WISC Mad Dash 5K, and didn’t...

      • WM women's tennis loses two coaches in one week

        WM women's tennis loses two coaches in one week

        After six seasons at William and Mary, both women’s tennis coaches, Tyler Thomson and Jesse Medvene-Collins, have resigned. Thomson, the head coach, resigned on Aug. 16, and Medvene-Collins, associate head coach, resigned earlier in the week, according to Tribe Athletics sports information director...

          • The number to match was 25 at SuperHero 5K

            Twenty five was the magic number last Saturday at the CDR SuperHero 5K at The Vineyards at Jockey’s Neck. It was the 25th year that a charity 5K race has been held at The Vineyards, although the 11th as a benefit for Child Development Resources. It also was the 25th consecutive Colonial Road Runners...

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              • CultureFix to hold first fund-raising event

                CultureFix to hold first fund-raising event

                CultureFix is asking for help in its mission to put on various events in the Williamsburg area. The nonprofit organization will hold its first fundraising event at the Virginia Beer Company Wednesday. “They do a lot to bring entertainment into Williamsburg,” said Kendra Law, who volunteers for...

                  • WCAC's latest includes member's show, 'Camera to Brush' exercise

                    WCAC's latest includes member's show, "Camera to Brush" exercise

                    The Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center’s latest offerings are on display, including its fourth members co-op show of the year and the return of the “Camera to Brush and Beyond” exhibition. Both attractions show through Oct. 12. The “Camera to Brush” concept tasked painters with selecting another...

                      • Haunted river cruise comes to Jamestown Island

                        Haunted river cruise comes to Jamestown Island

                        The Haunted River Cruise of Jamestown Island offers a look at the spooky side of America’s oldest permanent English settlement. Jamestown Discovery Boat Tours and The Original Ghost Tour recently launched the Haunted River Cruise of Jamestown Island. Cruise passengers will be regaled with stories...

                          • Bacon Street to receive $2 million over five years

                            Bacon Street to receive $2 million over five years

                            As Williamsburg youth and families battle substance abuse, a new grant for a local nonprofit organization hopes to make that fight easier. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration awarded $2 million to Bacon Street Youth and Family Services. “We are beyond thrilled about this...

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                              • Net Neutrality needs Wittman's support

                                Has Rep. Rob Wittman been a leader for us on the issue of net neutrality? Is he just following? Has he placed our interests ahead of corporate interests? On Dec. 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission voted to eliminate net neutrality. During that same week, Wittman voted not to force...

                                  • W&M should conform with royal charter

                                    The announcement this week of the reappointment of the College of William and Mary Chancellor Robert M. Gates to a second seven-year term is the first such action in the 325- year-history of the institution and was not necessary. A college official explained that the provision was proper because...

                                      • Development plans run counter to our best interest

                                        In a true democracy, citizens vote directly on a wide variety of issues and the majority vote decides the outcome. But the United States has never been a true democracy; rather, it is a representative democracy. Our elected officials are supposed to represent our interests, but it is frequently...

                                          • It's time for a change in the police blotter

                                            I strongly agree with William Bryant of Williamsburg’s Letter to the Editor on July 10, that the police blotter report in The Virginia Gazette should be discontinued — or at the very least, edited to remove the names of the accused. Many years ago when the blotter report began, I thought it was...

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