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  • Beat Winter Blues with Local Authors

    Beat Winter Blues with Local Authors
    As I write this, we’ve just been through a week of lousy, rainy weather, the kind that makes me want to snuggle in the corner of my couch with a cup of tea at my side and a book in my hands. With the right book, I could be instantly transported from...
  • Teams excited about 33rd Virginia Duals wrestling tournament

    Teams excited about 33rd Virginia Duals wrestling tournament
    HAMPTON --There have been 32 Virginia Duals, and Matt Small has taken part in 18 of them. The first six came as a competitor (three at Great Bridge, three at Old Dominion), and the remaining 12 have come as a coach at three schools on the Southside....
  • Wrestling: 11:59 p.m. Friday UPDATE: Virginia Duals results

    Live streams of action from Hampton Coliseum are available at themat.com ... HIGH SCHOOLS National Division: First round: South Plainfield (N.J.) 81, Cave Spring 0 Nazareth (Pa.) 51, Ocean Lakes 15 Camden Catholic (N.J.) 49, St. Christopher’s 13...
  • Complete Virginia Duals Saturday scores; Virginia Tech takes crown; Crabbers place fourth in Black & Blue

    Final results from Hampton Coliseum. More detailed brackets are available at themat.com: HIGH SCHOOLS National Division: Semifinals: South Plainfield (N.J.) 48, Camden Catholic (N.J.) 18 McDonogh (Md.) 43, Osceola (Fla.) 18 Final: South Plainfield 32,...
  • Hampton takes fourth in Black & Blue Division

    Hampton takes fourth in Black & Blue Division
    HAMPTON — It was a rough Virginia Duals for participating Peninsula high school teams, but there were positives. Although no local high school team advanced to the semifinals, several teams enjoyed multiple wins in the consolation rounds, and...
  • Rebel raids, Yankee occupation

    Rebel raids, Yankee occupation
    Despite the stillness that fell across the killing fields of Williamsburg when the bloody battle of May 5, 1862 ended, the struggle to decide the town’s fate was far from over. Inside the houses lining Duke of Gloucester Street, the daughters...
  • New Year's Resolutions: Living green is a good way to embrace 2013, suggests askHRgreen.org

    New Year's Resolutions: Living green is a good way to embrace 2013, suggests askHRgreen.org
    Environmental experts in Hampton Roads hope you will make some all-important resolutions for 2013:  Resolve to Live Greener!  It's important because of our close proximity to the Chesapeake Bay and the many natural resources we enjoy along the Mid-...
  • Wednesday's local roundup: Report: Redskins executive, Kecoughtan grad Morocco Brown will interview for Arizona Cardinals' GM opening

    Wednesday's local roundup: Report: Redskins executive, Kecoughtan grad Morocco Brown will interview for Arizona Cardinals' GM opening
    Kecoughtan High graduate Morocco Brown, who grew up in Hampton and works for the Washington Redskins, will receive an interview for the Arizona Cardinals’ general-manager position this week, the Buffalo News’ Tim Graham reported. Brown is...
  • Gloucester supervisors spend $3,058 on travel in 2012

    The taxpayer-funded tab for four members of the Gloucester Board of Supervisors to travel to conferences in 2012 was $3,058, according to county records. Supervisor Ashley Chriscoe spent $861, almost all of it for lodging and registration at the...
  • Gloucester officials use VIMS Tidewatch system during storms

    Gloucester officials are using the VIMS Tidewatch program (referenced in a Daily Press story here: http://bit.ly/TNGfd1) as one of the tools to ensure public safety during storm events. The Tidewatch system forecasts the potential for coastal flooding,...
  • Retail sales in Gloucester surged in fiscal year 2012

    Maybe the "shop at home" message being delivered by members of the Gloucester Board of Supervisors is sinking in. Shoppers in Gloucester loosened up their wallets and spent $346.4 million at shops, businesses and restaurants in the county in the 2012...
  • Gloucester, Mathews alcohol sales return to 2010 levels

    After taking a dip last year, alcohol sales in Gloucester and Mathews returned to about the levels of two years ago, according to reports from the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. In the 2012 fiscal year, the three Gloucester and...