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  • Saturday's college roundup (non-football): CNU runs women's volleyball winning streak to 15 matches

    Christopher Newport's women's volleyball team, ranked fourth in Division III, pushed its winning streak to 15 matches by posting two wins in the Beacons Invitational in Boston. CNU beat No. 23 Southwestern 25-15, 25-23, 23-25, 25-11 and UMass-Boston 25-...
  • '50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair': Power of clothes to effect change

    '50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair': Power of clothes to effect change
    Comparing anything to Jackie Kennedy invites verbal abuse. But the shocking-pink title wall of the Chicago History Museum's new exhibit, “Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair,” generated the same charge of excitement I felt when...
  • Jamestown not fazed by rebuilding process after winning boys state soccer title

     Jamestown not fazed by rebuilding process after winning boys state soccer title
    JAMES CITY — Eight starters are gone from the Jamestown High squad that beat Tuscarora 4-3 for the Group AA boys soccer state championship in June. The Eagles returned to the field with a 1-0 loss on Tuesday to Kellam. Eagles coach Bobby O'Brien...
  • Wednesday's college roundup: No. 16 Va. Wesleyan women overrun CNU soccer team in second half

    Virginia Wesleyan showed why it's nationally ranked in Division III women's soccer, pulling away with five second-half goals to beat host Christopher Newport 5-1 Wednesday night. Dani Gunderson, a Denbigh High graduate, gave CNU (1-2) a 1-0 lead with a...
  • Wednesday's college roundup: ODU's Hopkinson named national men's soccer Player of Week

    Old Dominion junior forward Tim Hopkinson was named the national men's soccer Player of the Week by the coaches’ association for Sept. 3-9. Hopkinson enjoyed a stellar week at the ODU Stihl Soccer Classic. The Nottingham, England, native recorded...
  • IceHouse Theatre opens ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ Friday

     
    Feed me, Seymour! “Little Shop of Horrors” is the next offering from the IceHouse Theatre in Mount Dora. The upbeat musical spoof of cheesy sci-fi movies opens Friday. The silly story: Skid Row floral assistant Seymour finds an exotic plant...
  • 2011 Hugo Award nominees announced

     
    The 2011 Hugo Award nominees have been announced....
  • Region I soccer: Warhill girls, Jamestown boys, girls reach state

    It took the Warhill girls soccer team an entire half to find its form Thursday. It took the Lions less than a minute to put the match away. Warhill’s Ashley Williams and Chelsea Wolfe combined for five goals, including three in the second half,...
  • Bay Rivers teams look to 2012 after bittersweet ending to this season

    Bay Rivers teams look to 2012 after bittersweet ending to this season
    Rarely has Bay Rivers District baseball, softball and soccer experienced such a bittersweet week. Those four district sports combined for three Region I titles and seven of the eight available spots in the Group AA state quarterfinals. Those are among...
  • Daily Press all-stars: Boys soccer team

    FIRST TEAM Rahim Costa-Dorsey | Lafayette | sophomore: The flashy forward tied for a team-high 17 goals and added seven assists in helping the Rams finish second in the Bay Rivers District. ƒz Jalon Brown | Grafton | senior: The focal point of the...
  • A Day In the Life With Bill

    A Day In the Life With Bill
    No one likes to think of himself in any form other than being perfect. While we might not admit to it, we often hide our faults through makeup, clothes, and other vices. So imagine going to the doctor for a physical checkup only to find you are woefully...
  • Probation in DUI that injured off-duty FBI agent

    A 21-year-old Chicago man pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 24 months of probation today for driving under the influence of alcohol when he struck a woman's vehicle head-on in River Grove as she was driving to go run in a Labor Day half-marathon....