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    GUTTERING: Starling Guttering Inc.

    Glen Starling started his business in 1975 offering home improvement services.  In 1984, Glen and his wife, Linda, decided to concentrate on installing gutters as their only service. So they set out to find the best gutter system available to offer to their customers. They purchased the Leafguard...

  • INSULATION SPECIALIST - Atlantic Spray Systems, Inc.

    INSULATION SPECIALIST - Atlantic Spray Systems, Inc.

    Atlantic Spray Systems, Inc. “Better Insulation for Comfortable Living” Residential Insulation Services - New Construction - Existing Homes - Crawlspaces - Attics  www.atlanticspray.com (757) 566-4892  What We Bring to Your Project Whether your project is residential or commercial, you can rely...

  • Interior Design: Jackson Thomas Interiors

    Interior Design: Jackson Thomas Interiors

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  • LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: Custom Gardens

    LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: Custom Gardens

    A Landscaping Company Serving the Local Community Design Build Landscape Architecture & Maintenance for Homes & Businesses in the Williamsburg, Yorktown, Virginia Peninsula & Surrounding Areas. Custom Gardens is a full-service landscaping company and provides comprehensive commercial and residential...

  • LEATHER, VINYL, & PLASTIC REPAIR: Dr.Vinyl

    LEATHER, VINYL, & PLASTIC REPAIR: Dr.Vinyl

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  • Williamsburg swimmers enjoy strong season, across the board

    The swimming season may have come to a close, but that doesn’t mean that a lot of Williamsburg swimmers didn’t end the year with a splash. At the 2019 Short Course Senior Championships in Stafford, Virginia earlier this month, swimmers from 757swim managed to take home both state titles in the...

      • W&M Football player killed in Norfolk remembered for wit, passion and love for others

        W&M Football player killed in Norfolk remembered for wit, passion and love for others

        A dozen yellow roses lay at the Griffon statue’s rain-soaked feet outside Zable Stadium in Williamsburg Monday, just days after Tribe student and football player Nate Evans was gunned down in Norfolk on Thursday. “We’re gathered here tonight to remember, to celebrate and to grieve Nate Evans,”...

          • Rowing club offers Williamsburg student athletes opportunity and serenity

            Rowing club offers Williamsburg student athletes opportunity and serenity

            Every afternoon, if you look out on the water near Chickahominy Riverfront Park, you might catch a glimpse of one of the young rowers of the Williamsburg Boat Club practicing their sport. According to Tom Rooks, executive director and head coach of the Williamsburg Boat Club, since the club was...

              • W&M severs ties with Coach Tony Shaver after 16 years

                W&M severs ties with Coach Tony Shaver after 16 years

                The College of William and Mary announced Wednesday men’s basketball head coach Tony Shaver won’t be back next season. The team’s season ended Sunday after a loss in the Colonial Athletic Association quarterfinals, according to a Tribe Athletics news release. Athletics director Samantha Huge made...

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                  • After Dark

                    Thursday Aromas: Open Mic, 7-9 p.m. Sweet Tea and Barley: Good Shot Judy, 7 p.m. Friday Aromas: The LVC Project, 7-9 p.m. Cogan’s: Common Ground, 8-11 p.m. Sweet Tea and Barley: Timeline Jazz Quartet, 7-10 p.m. Saturday Aromas: Jodi and the Phin, 7-9 p.m. Cogan’s: Southbound 17, 8-11 p.m. Sweet...

                      • Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center holds first Textile Extravaganza Shows

                        Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center holds first Textile Extravaganza Shows

                        The Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center is presenting its first exhibition exclusively dedicated to the fiber arts: the “Textile Extravaganza Show.” Jean Kouhestani, a spokeswoman for the Art Center, said textile arts are defined as anything made with thread. She said the caliber of the work in...

                          • The Muscarelle explores legacy of Nazi Germany's art theft

                            The Muscarelle explores legacy of Nazi Germany's art theft

                            During the party’s reign, Nazi Germany committed massive art theft across Europe. While more than 70 years ago, the effects of those crimes are still felt today. “Muscarelle Explorations: Art Repatriation” will address the cultural impact art theft by the Nazi's has had through a series of lectures...

                              • Dogs have tail wagging time at Fido Fest

                                Dogs have tail wagging time at Fido Fest

                                The pudgiest pugs, friendliest golden retrievers and poofiest pomeranians came out to James City County Parks and Recreations’ second annual Fido Fest Saturday afternoon. Joy Johnson, special events coordinator for the county, said she started Fido Fest to fill a hole that had been created with...

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                                  • We must follow New Zealand on guns

                                    Last week, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made the following statement at a press conference in the capital city of Wellington. "On March 15 our history changed forever. Now our laws will too. We are announcing action today on behalf of all New Zealanders to strengthen our gun laws and...

                                      • Bayh lived a life of purpose, service

                                        Former Sen. Birch Bayh of Indiana died earlier this month at the age of 91. To list his achievements, the New York Times had to run a full-page obituary. Among them, he was the architect of two constitutional amendments: the 25th Amendment which set out the rules for the temporary replacement of...

                                          • CW funding should not go to marketing

                                            I must agree with the views expressed by Clyde Haulman in last Saturday's Gazette. In light of the "Tommy tax," the money contributed by the city to Colonial Williamsburg should not be used for marketing, as the tax generates enough money that the board that oversees it has been talking about spending...

                                              • Spring renews our focus on health

                                                Spring brings renewed enthusiasm for all sorts of endeavors; it’s also a superb second chance to actualize those New Year's resolutions favoring more exercise and healthy eating. The shift toward healthy foods is omnipresent. Fast-food chains such as Chipotle, Starbucks, Subway, Taco Bell and Wendy's...

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