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James City County

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  • Eating healthy with diabetes: Some Farm Fresh stores offer free tours

    Eating healthy with diabetes: Some Farm Fresh stores offer free tours
    Eating Healthy with my Diabetes, offered by Farm Fresh, is a store tour that helps people stay healthy while managing diabetes. The tours are designed to demonstrate practical strategies for meal planning, help customers understand and interpret food...
  • Kingsmill chef promotes green cuisine

    Kingsmill chef promotes green cuisine
    Tuna from Hawaii. Lamb and veal from Colorado. Shrimp and crab from the Chesapeake Bay. Chef Peter Pahk searches far and wide — and close to home — for the foods served at his restaurants at the Kingsmill Resort. But it's not where these...
  • Virginia Gourmet offers specialty foods in James City County

    Virginia Gourmet offers specialty foods in James City County
    The Virginia Gourmet is now open in the Festival Marketplace off Route 60 in James City County. Co-owners Joy Bryant and Lenny Berl developed a successful line of products made with natural ingredients called Mrs. Bryant’s Specialty Foods &...
  • TCC program trains health IT workforce

    Jim Borda drove from work in Richmond all the way to Virginia Beach twice a week to take Tidewater Community College's six-month health information technology program. "It was well worth it," said Borda, 39, a James City County resident, who's now...
  • Area foreclosures increase despite state dropping on nationwide filing scale

    Local foreclosures filings increased by 77 percent last month, compared to October 2008. RealtyTrac, which studies foreclosures, reported 329 foreclosure filings on the Peninsula and Middle Peninsula and in Isle of Wight. About this time last year,...
  • James City man convicted in abuse case

    For the first six weeks of his life, Jared Patton behaved like a normal, healthy baby. Then, on Nov. 21, 2006, his mother noticed unusual twitching in his arms and legs - signs of a brain injury that landed him in the hospital for five months and could...
  • Jared Patton: Shaken baby boy 'went with peace'

    Jared Patton: Shaken baby boy 'went with peace'
    They called him a gladiator — locked in the fight of his life. For his life. A battle to breathe in. To breathe out. To take in enough sustenance and medicine to carry his little broken body over one hour to the next. To love and be loved in...
  • From the Archives: Residents gather to witness history

    'I HOPE THIS IS A SIGN OF NEW THINGS TO COME' "Party at the White House!" William Scott Davis Jr. exclaimed as he watched the inauguration on a TV in the children's room of the Hampton Public Library. "Party in America!" enthusiastically responded...
  • Sweet shops satisfy your sweet tooth

    Sweet shops satisfy your sweet tooth
    Remember the days of the corner bakery where you could get sweet rolls, Danish and butter biscuits made that day? Those days still exist if you check out some of the new and existing sweet shops in Hampton Roads. BREAD GARDEN Village Square Shopping...
  • Monthly Meetings in Williamsburg

    CIVIC GROUPS Woman's Club of Williamsburg. 11:30 a.m. select Wednesdays, Ford's Colony Club House, 1 Ford's Colony Drive, Williamsburg. Luncheon meetings. Membership information: 229-7242. HEALTH Alliance on Mental Illness regular meeting. 7 p.m. third...
  • Meet the founders of Beyond Boobs

    Mary Beth Gibson and Rene Bowditch met at a breast cancer retreat for survivors in 2006. Mary Beth was going through treatment. Rene, also a breast cancer survivor, was there as The Good Health Fairy. Together, they formed the Beyond Boobs! support group....
  • Saying goodbye to a beloved pet is never easy

    Robin DeSantis will never forget the day her cat Samantha passed away. "A Sarah McLachlan song, 'I Will Remember You,' was playing on the radio," says Robin, a resident of New Kent County. "I figured it was her telling me it was OK." Making the decision...