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  • Successful fall sports seasons start in the summer

    Successful fall sports seasons start in the summer

    As the sun hangs low every weekday morning, high school student-athletes put in the work to be ready for the fall sports season. For Jamestown and Warhill high school cross country runners, that means running together by 7 a.m. to beat the heat. “If a kid has some talent and they show up Aug. 1,...

      • York High alums shine at Independence Day 8K

        Last year a York High grad dominated the competition in the Yorktown Independence Day 8K Run, with Jack Little, 23, of York High School class of 2012 winning by 1 ½ minutes with a time of 27:36. This year, two recent York High grads dominated the race, as Dawson Connell, 22, of Yorktown (class...

          • Weekend race features debut cause and course

            Both a race course and a charitable beneficiary had very successful debuts last Saturday morning at the inaugural WISC Gymnastics Flipping 5K run/walk, along with a one-mile color fun run/walk, held from the Billsburg Brewery/James City County Marina. Most new Colonial Road Runners Grand Prix events...

              • WCA summer basketball camp focuses on skills

                WCA summer basketball camp focuses on skills

                Williamsburg Christian Academy’s basketball program has enjoyed success over several seasons, including a state championship for the boys varsity team in 2017, and this week the school is hosting its 25th annual Flying Eagle Basketball Camp for local youths. “I focus on basic fundamentals,” said...


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                  • Virginia Symphony Orchestra announces single ticket sales for upcoming season

                    Virginia Symphony Orchestra announces single ticket sales for upcoming season

                    With season subscriptions for the Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s 2018-19 season already underway, the organization announced Tuesday it will begin selling tickets for individual concerts July 30. The VSO’s 98th season features five concert series, including the return of Williamsburg Classics, spanning...

                      • 'Seussical' musical brings Dr. Seuss to life

                        'Seussical' musical brings Dr. Seuss to life

                        For close to a century, Dr. Seuss has inspired children and adults to live and love through his whimsical writing and vivid illustrations. His near limitless imagination also inspired a Broadway musical — “Seussical” — which Centerstage Academy is bringing to the James-York Playhouse Friday through...

                          • After dark calendar for July 18-22

                            After dark calendar for July 18-22

                            Thursday Berret’s: Scott Varnet, 6-9 p.m. Friday Charly’s Airport Restaurant: Nathan Lienard, 5-9 p.m. Aromas: Caleb Folks, 7-9 p.m. Water Street Grille: Good Shot Judy, 8-11 p.m. Yorktown Pub: Brandon Wilson, 9:30-11:50 p.m. Saturday Aromas: Tom Holden, 7-9 p.m. Comedy Club: Rob Feingold, 8-9:30...

                              • Limelight, July 18-22

                                Limelight, July 18-22

                                Bring Your Own Kayak Day: Take your kayak on a tour of Queen’s Creek, learning about the wildlife along the way. 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at New Quarter Park, 1000 Lakeshead Drive. Free. Call 890-5840 for more information. Annual Members Show: The Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center’s latest juried...


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                                  • Community has played large role in my life

                                    This letter to is thank the whole community of Williamsburg for all it has done for me in the 65 years I have called Greater Williamsburg my home. This city gave me knowledge, substance, ambition, friendship and much more. I met my future bride, Connie, in the Wren Courtyard (1955), graduated (1957)...

                                      • Still asking: Who betrayed Anne Frank?

                                        With some apprehension, Edith Chutkow of Williamsburg agreed to be interviewed by Vince Pankoke, a former FBI agent. The filmed interview lasted five hours. Pankoke’s bio identifies him as an FBI agent who tracked down kidnappers and fugitives, intercepted Colombian cocaine shipments, was a SWAT...

                                          • A little customer service would have helped

                                            I recently became aware my Visa credit card was missing. I panicked, since I couldn’t remember where I left it. Thankfully, I had another card, as my car needed gas. Now the thinking and retracing of steps takes place. With my wife’s help, we narrowed it down to two places: Either a theater, or...

                                              • Exiled by Soviets, Lozansky supports Trump-Putin talks

                                                Dr. Edward Lozansky is the founder and president of the American University in Moscow and the Russia House Association in Washington, D.C. He is also a professor at Moscow State and National Research Nuclear Universities. But before all this, Lozansky, a nuclear physicist, was a dissident in the...

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