Whaley wins twice to lead Warhills girls to second-place 3A East swim finish

Warhill's girls finished second Friday in the Group 3A East Region swimming meet in Richmond. The Lions tallied 304 points, second to York's 330. Warhill's boys were 10th and Tabb topped the field easily over second-place Brentsville. Highlighting Warhill's performance on the girls side was sophomore...

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  • Colonial Road Runners' top age-graded performers calculated

    The 40 overall, Masters, age group and race walk plaques (along with additional Colonial Road Runners Grand Prix shirts or ball caps, and with sponsor's gift certificates) were not the only awards given out at the Jan. 30 CRR Awards Banquet at the Windsor Forest Clubhouse, with a record 100-plus...

      • Pictures: 2015-16 William and Mary basketball

        Pictures: 2015-16 William and Mary basketball

        See the 2015-16 William and Mary men's basketball season in photos.

          • Tribe's Prewitt shares weekly CAA honor with JMU's Curry

            William and Mary junior Omar Prewitt was named Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week in men's basketball after averaging 24.5 points per game last week. It was the second CAA Player of the Week for the Tribe after Terry Tarpey's honor last month. Prewitt, sharing the award with James...

              • Lafayette girls edge Bruton; Jamestown downs Grafton

                Lafayette defeated Bruton 57-54 Monday in girls basketball to improve to 10-8 overall and 9-8 in the Bay Rivers District. The Rams, moving up to fifth in the district standings, were led by Rachel Lia's 16 points and Destiny Rivera had 14 points including four 3-pointers. Naya Samuels led Bruton...


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                  • Recalling how the past paved way for present

                    I was born in Williamsburg in 1935, and I love this place and our local history. That history includes our African-American history. In the days of segregation, black-owned businesses were the lifeline of the black community. Many were located on the Triangle Block at Armistead Avenue and Scotland...

                      • Dominion can afford to go underground

                        Dominion just acquired Questar, a Utah natural gas company, for $4.4 billion, but says it can't afford to run the power lines under the James River? National Park Service, stay the course. There is no mitigation for the destruction of that viewshed by those towers. And running the lines under the...

                          • Family is Jackson's better message

                            When the Rev. Jesse Jackson called for greater efforts to reduce income inequality at the ringing of the Freedom Bell at First Baptist Church last week, he missed a great opportunity to encourage those in the community to strive for the greatest poverty reducer of all: a two parent family that...

                              • Disagree over Constitutional focus

                                I read several times the recent letter by Nate Walkley captioned " A focus on the Constitution" which appears to belittle anyone who raises the issue of the compliance of some of President Obama's actions with the provisions of the Constitution while extolling those who espouse the liberal causes...

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