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  • Virginia coach, teacher remains upbeat despite cancer

    Virginia coach, teacher remains upbeat despite cancer

    Edgar Randall has coached basketball the past 36 winters. He’s coached on the collegiate level with Division II West Virginia State University’s men and women, at Williamsburg Christian Academy and Bruton High and, most recently, on the middle school boys and girls level. Good health always was...

  • Prep roundup: William and Mary hosts state championship football

    William and Mary’s Zable Stadium hosted two VHSL state championship football games Sunday, one day later than scheduled after a Friday evening storm dumped close to an inch of snow on Williamsburg. In Class 4, senior De’Angelo Ramsey ran for 262 yards, including a 79-yard touchdown, as the Salem...

      • Prep roundup: State football championship games postponed

        Prep roundup: State football championship games postponed

        The VHSL moved its state championship football games — four of which are on the Peninsula — back one day because of inclement weather. The VHSL championships will now be Sunday, with two games each at Hampton University and the College of William and Mary. HU hosts the Class 6 and 5 title games,...

          • Huge comeback propels Grafton boys past Jamestown in basketball

            The Grafton High boys basketball team trailed by eight points with little more than two minutes remaining against Jamestown on Wednesday night. Yet the Clippers walked off the Eagles’ home floor with a 68-63 victory. An aggressive full-court press sparked the 13-point swing. “It’s in the bag of...

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          • Yorktown hosting holiday events

            Yorktown hosting holiday events

            Downtown Yorktown is trying something new this year with “Now is the Season of Mirth,” a Christmas-themed event at the Nelson House and along Main Street Friday evening. “People can experience a recreation of what it would have been like to celebrate Christmastime in the 18th century,” said Paul...

              • 'Nutcracker' reunites local ballet, symphony

                'Nutcracker' reunites local ballet, symphony

                Every year, “The Nutcracker” inspires dazzling displays of dance, music and storytelling. The Virginia Regional Ballet and Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra will reunite Saturday and Sunday for another rendition of Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet at Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall. “It’s a fairy tale within...

                  • Women's Chorus sings-in Christmas season

                    Nothing quite represents the joy of the Christmas season than singing and the Williamsburg Women’s Chorus did its job in helping spread cheer in its “Song in the Air” winter program Saturday in the Williamsburg Presbyterian Church. Under the capable baton of Rebecca Davy and ably supported by talented...

                      • Hornsby student earns national recognition

                        Hornsby student earns national recognition

                        From a young age, Emma Grace Stelljes expressed a desire to help people in a way greater than that of many adults. In recognition of such efforts, the Lois Hornsby Middle School student received a Daily Point of Light Award in November based on her work volunteering with organizations such as the...

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                          • Last Word on safe walking, Dec. 13

                            Last Word on safe walking, Dec. 13

                            Safe walking Please refrain from blowing leaves in the street where people walk and ride bicycles. Hickory nuts, gum balls, acorns and sticks can be hidden and cause a bad fall. Leaves can be blown into the woods, bagged, recycled, shredded or vacuumed. W&M opportunity Since William and Mary students...

                              • Reiss, CW board happy with changes, direction

                                The Richmond Times Dispatch described Thomas Farrell, Dominion Energy chairman and CEO, this way: “When a powerful group of Virginia lawmakers in charge of the state budget sat down for dinner in the University of Virginia’s Rotunda in late June, its first course arrived with greetings from Thomas...

                                  • Generous support made homes tour a success

                                    They came from near and far, from California to New York and from Alaska to Florida. The crowds responded with great enthusiasm and appreciation for the 58th annual Christmas Homes Tour on Saturday, which featured three homes in Colonial Williamsburg and three in the Walnut Hills area of the city....

                                      • Gun violence is a moral, not gun issue

                                        Over the last few weeks, there have been comments about gun sales in Virginia. To offer the idea that a person can just back up a truck, load up on guns with out a background check is a lie, likely from a person who has never ventured into a gun show. Fact: All licensed gun dealers operating at...

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