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  • Hornsby nets 13 in D-League shootout

    Hornsby nets 13 in D-League shootout

    Williamsburg's Keith Hornsby had his best NBA Development League showing Saturday for the Texas Legends, a Dallas Mavericks affiliate. The former LSU standout tallied 13 points and four rebounds in a 145-129 win over the Sioux Falls Skyforce, a Miami Heat affiliate. Check out the highlights.  Hornsby...


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  • Pirates plunder Yorktown this weekend

    Pirates plunder Yorktown this weekend

    The air surrounding Yorktown's Riverwalk Landing will fill with the sounds of cannon fire and singing pirates this weekend when York County presents Pirates Invade Yorktown. "Kids love pirates. People love pirates," York County Parks, Recreation and Tourism Event Planner Kevin Ritchie said. "It's...

      • Bike Month races toward Williamsburg

        Bike Month races toward Williamsburg

        With April showers mostly out of the way, May heralds blooming flowers and the arrival of Bike Month. BikeWalk Williamsburg is organizing the month-long affair, which features bike rides scheduled almost every day and various special events, ensuring options for people of all ages and skill levels....

          • 'Figaro' group's best effort yet

            Opera in Williamsburg ventured into new territory with its presentation of "Marriage of Figaro," Friday in the Kimball Theater. Moving away from its established tradition of using a salon-styled ensemble on stage, OiW used a small orchestra of top notch, polished professional musicians. Positioned...

              • Virginia Symphony honors Goodes' work in the arts

                Virginia Symphony honors Goodes' work in the arts

                On the banks of the James River, Two Rivers Country Club was full of music fans Saturday night for The Virginia Symphony Society of Greater Williamsburg's annual gala benefiting the Virginia Symphony Orchestra. David and Susan Goode were the stars of the evening, honored for their love of the arts....


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                  • Book revisits tragedy of Americans in Soviet Russia

                    Robert Ochsenhirt of Williamsburg was flying recently from Richmond to Kansas City, reading the book, "The Forsaken: An American Tragedy in Stalin's Russia," written by Tim Tzouliadis, a British documentary filmmaker and television journalist. "It was one of the most fascinating, yet troubling...

                      • Everyone has role in preserving history

                        May I impose on your columns to write as President of the Williamsburg Historic Records Association to ask local families, institutions, businesses and organizations to consider whether they might have documents worthy of preservation? WHRA helps Swem Library's Special Collections Research Center...

                          • Last Word on mail delivery, April 26

                            Last Word on mail delivery, April 26

                            Mail delivery Here is an at-a-boy for the USPS: Under the circumstances, they do a great job. Case in point: we were out of town for a couple of months and our mail was expeditiously and accurately transferred. We unexpectedly had to return and the USPS quickly had our mail rerouted back to our...

                            • Lafayette's 'Fiddler' was superb

                              Last week Broadway came to Williamsburg. A flawless performance of "Fiddler on the Roof" was presented by Lafayette High School last Wednesday through Saturday. From the cast to the crew to the musicians and the many supporting people, it was difficult to believe we were in James City Country and...

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