Sarah Fearing

Writer

Sarah Fearing is the West Point and King William County reporter at the Tidewater Review. Born in Maine, she graduated from UMaine with a degree in psychology and journalism. She has covered topics in Maine such as lobstering, traditional sailing vessels, and UMaine campus events and research. Sarah drives a bright yellow car and enjoys quality time with her cat.

Recent Articles

  • Eleven-year-old with cerebral palsy completes triathlon

    Eleven-year-old with cerebral palsy completes triathlon

    Very few 11-year-olds can say they have crossed the finish line of a triathlon, but Nathaniel Lambright, a Yorktown middle schooler with cerebral palsy, is one of them. Nate is your typical 11-year-old boy: he’s very social, plays video games, makes the honor roll and plays on a baseball team. ...

  • Final day of Funhouse Fest brings sunny weather, energetic crowd

    Final day of Funhouse Fest brings sunny weather, energetic crowd

    Rivers Crawford, 2, bounced atop his dad’s shoulders as the two of them, both barefoot, moved to the music of Taj Mahal Trio on the last day of Funhouse Fest. Fielding Crawford, his dad, recalled the time his own parents took him to see Bruce Hornsby in 1986 at the College of William and Mary. ...

  • New Kent woman to play in Nashville music festival

    New Kent woman to play in Nashville music festival

    The band will play in Nashville from June 9-11

  • Shooting victim remembered as family man

    Shooting victim remembered as family man

    Gabriel "Gabe" Ryan Maness bought jelly doughnuts for his family every weekend. His pregnant wife, Kristy, and their 5-year-old daughter, Brielle, loved the snack. "That's what he lived for – being a father and making his wife happy," Gabriel's father, Jim Maness said. Gabriel Maness, a 34-year-old...

  • Social justice march draws hundreds to Colonial Williamsburg

    Social justice march draws hundreds to Colonial Williamsburg

    Under a bright blue sky and in 60 degree temperatures, a social justice march attracted hundreds of people to Colonial Williamsburg Sunday afternoon. The march, organized by the First Baptist Church and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, was one "big piece of our nation's healing process" from...

  • Police seek suspect in York County gas station robbery

    Police seek suspect in York County gas station robbery

    The York-Poquoson Sheriff's office is looking for a man who robbed a gas station Sunday morning, officials said. The robbery happened at 9:08 a.m. at the Wilco Hess in the 3900 block of Route 17 in York County, according to Lt. Jeff Kerr.  The suspect held the clerk at gunpoint and demanded money...

  • Williamsburg Kohl's remains open after equipment fire

    Williamsburg Kohl's remains open after equipment fire

    Three fire departments responded to a fire in a cardboard compactor at Kohl's on Gristmill Plaza on Jan 2. York County Fire and Life Safety was dispatched to the scene at 9:17 a.m. after smoke was reported coming from the compactor behind the Williamsburg store, according to York County Fire and...

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