Troy Jefferson

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Troy Jefferson is the business, tourism and James City County reporter for the Virginia Gazette. Jefferson graduated from Michigan State University and the University of Maryland. When he is not writing stories, he enjoys romantic comedies. 

Recent Articles

  • WISC pool set to open on May 1

    WISC pool set to open on May 1

    Area swimmers will have a new location to go for their pool time. The Williamsburg Indoor Sports Complex will open its new $3.5 million, indoor 10-lane pool and accompanying "learners pool" on May 1. "The new pool will allow us to offer programs to the community like swim lessons to keep kids safe...

  • James City County planning commission approves request to build solar farm in Norge

    James City County planning commission approves request to build solar farm in Norge

    The James City County planning commission approved an application to build a solar farm in Norge at its meeting on Wednesday evening. The commissioners voted in favor of the project, 5-2. SunPower, a California-based solar energy company, will build the solar farm on a 225-acre property along Farmville...

  • Cordasco to run for House of Delegates

    Cordasco to run for House of Delegates

    After losing this past November, Heather Cordasco will run again for the 93rd District House of Delegates seat. "I’ve decided to run again for this seat because this district still lacks representation at the capitol that will fight for local job growth, improvements for local schools, and a solution...

  • JCC Republican Committee member to run for supervisors seat

    JCC Republican Committee member to run for supervisors seat

    James City County Republican Committee member Joe Swanenburg will run for the Board of Supervisors Powhatan District seat in November.  “I’ve been going to the board meetings for seven years now and I think it’s time for me to give myself a shot at it,” said Swanenburg who turned in his paper with...

  • Proposed James City County budget grows in fiscal year 2018

    Proposed James City County budget grows in fiscal year 2018

    County budget leaves $681,000 schools spending gap

  • New owners meet with Kingsmill residents

    New owners meet with Kingsmill residents

    Escalante Golf is preparing to put its footprint on Kingsmill Resort after acquiring the property in early March. "We had a series of town hall meetings that were incredibly well received. It has been a great first couple of weeks," said David Matheson, vice president of member relations at Escalante....

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