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  • Prep roundup: Favorites hard to pick in Bay Rivers baseball

    Jamestown stole many of the area high school baseball headlines last spring. The Eagles just missed the 4A state semis with a 2-1 loss to Hanover in a classic 13-inning game. But the main pitcher who carried them, 4A state co-player of the year Ryan Devine, currently pitching at St. Joseph’s, graduated....

      • Jamestown coach shows the way at Swamp run 5K

        Jamestown High School’s head men’s track and cross country coach Mark Tompkins set a fine example for his runners last Saturday at the 17th annual Jamestown High School Swamp Run 5K, a race that started on the school’s soccer field, entered the crushed-gravel Greensprings Trail for the majority...

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            Prep roundup

            Walsingham Academy’s girls lacrosse team opened its season with a 16-7 win Thursday at Fuqua School in Farmville, with Arizona State commit Cammie Mann leading the way with seven goals and four assists. Bridgette Smith had four goals and an assist, Oliva Hinojosa had three goals and Isabelle LeJeune,...

              • Local runners place well at One City Marathon

                Runners from the Williamsburg area, graduates of William and Mary and the race winners from the recent Colonial Half Marathon had an outsized impact on the fourth annual Newport News One City Marathon and Maritime 8K, held March 4 on courses that finished at the Victory Arch in downtown Newport...


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                  • Motorcycle group plans scholarship fundraising concert

                    Motorcycle group plans scholarship fundraising concert

                    A Christian motorcycle group aims to help high school students pursue their dreams with a scholarship fundraising concert at the Kimball Theatre March 24. The event features performances by jazz musician Sam Rucker and the gospel artists of Total Commitment and the Chosen Few. Since the group’s...

                      • D.C. musician brings old, new sounds to Ewell Hall

                        D.C. musician brings old, new sounds to Ewell Hall

                        The latest offering in the College of William and Mary’s Ewell Concert Series combines hundreds of years of West African tradition with contemporary American influences into a musical melting pot. Amadou Kouyate, a Washington, D.C., native versed in multiple instruments, performs inside the college’s...

                          • Williamsburg Art Gallery welcomes spring

                            Williamsburg Art Gallery welcomes spring

                            The latest Williamsburg Art Gallery show brings together a diverse array of painters and a different kind of artist: floral arrangers. “Flowers and Art” pairs paintings with nature’s own works of art for a unique experience that runs March 24-25. “I know it’s a wonderful pairing of two art forms,”...

                              • Limelight, March 14-18

                                Back to Our Kitchens: Spanning the American Revolution through World War II, four women share their stories of life at home while the nation’s men waged war. 4:30 p.m. Friday at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. Included with museum admission. From the Inside Out: Performers from the Movement...


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                                  • Consider Madison's intent with Second Amendment

                                    The Second Amendment, which concerns gun ownership, is as political now as it was during the Constitutional ratification process in 1789. The Bill of Rights was proffered by James Madison to induce those colonies (states) that had not yet ratified the Constitution. Madison wrote his fourth proposed...

                                      • We need to understand, solve our education situation

                                        Education is failing our youngsters, not with grades, but with lowered standards. Our school system is suffering; I fear elementary students are prepared for the next grade as opposed to laying an academic foundation for crucial middle school, where solid, basic skills are worthy of high school,...

                                          • It's time for U.S. to behave like a civil society

                                            The Second Amendment states that “a well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” In 2008, the Supreme Court ruled that the "Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm unconnected...

                                              • The problem is, 'all guns start out as legal guns'

                                                Why can’t we have a reasonable discussion about how to stop the horrible gun violence in our country? Whether it’s around the dinner table, on social media or on the floor of the Virginia House of Delegates, we retreat to our intractable sides of this contentious debate. While we sit in our corners...

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