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James City County

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  • Some James City recount numbers to think about

    Most area registrars are taking a few days off as a breather after the recount, but James City County's Alan "AJ" Cole took a moment to share some numbers. They are: 10-1/4, which is the number of hours it took to recount more than 26,000 votes. 33,...
  • Hampton Roads Literary Events through Nov. 4

    Hampton Roads Literary Events through Nov. 4
    Here's a look at what's going on this coming week in the Hampton Roads writing and reading community. Friday, Oct. 25 Eileen Rockefeller Growald - Author talk/book signing 4:00 p.m. Hennage Auditorium of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg...
  • Big bucks in the James City supervisors' races

    Spending in James City County supervisors' races -- like money in politics everywhere, it seems -- is on the rise. The latest campaign finance reports, which carry the 2013 campaigns through the end of November, show the candidates for the Jamestown and...
  • Inside the BRD: Former Warhill football coach Bryan Davis lands job as assistant coach in North Carolina

    Bryan Davis, who was Warhill High’s head football coach for about a month earlier this summer, has resurfaced quickly as a coach. Davis said Tuesday that he has been hired as an assistant coach and social studies teacher at Jacksonville High in...
  • Plethora of programs for Hampton Roads writers and readers in September

    September looks to be a busy month for Hampton Roads writers and readers. Here’s a snapshot, so mark your calendars and watch for more information in the days ahead: The Saturday Poetry Series at Williamsburg kicks off the season on Sept. 7, 11 a....
  • Hampton Roads teachers spent summer learning

    Hampton Roads teachers spent summer learning
    Area teachers headed back to school last week to prepare for this week’s start of classes after the summer break. Not all school teachers spent those summer weeks catching up on their reading and rays, blissfully blanking out their September...
  • Applications now available for disability grant

    Applications now available for disability grant
    The Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services started taking applications Tuesday for grants from individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are waitlisted for a Medicaid waiver. For 2014, the Individual and...
  • Lackey Free Clinic expansion and renovation celebrated

    Lackey Free Clinic expansion and renovation celebrated
    Jim Shaw showed what he used when he started offering free medical care. It all fit into a cardboard box. Shaw, the doctor who with his wife Cooka founded the Lackey Free Clinic, used to carry all of his supplies in and out of the back of Rising Sun...
  • Newport News has highest HIV/AIDS rate in region

    Newport News has highest HIV/AIDS rate in region
    The 23607 ZIP code encompasses Newport News city offices, a swath of land occupied by the shipyard, and the ribbon of a residential area along a length of Jefferson Avenue. It also is home to the greatest concentration in the region of those living with...
  • Mason, Watson both on TV in 93rd Delegate District race

    As of today, the two candidates for Virginia's 93rd House District are going mano-a-mano on the airwaves. Though unlike political TV ads you may have seen in the governor's race, the Del Mike Watson, R-James City County, and challenger Monty Mason, D-...
  • Have library card will travel--no shoes required

    Have library card will travel--no shoes required
    If you've spent much time at the local public libraries in Hampton Roads, you know that they are about far more than reading the inventory of books and magazines confined within their brick-and-mortar walls. Today's libraries not only provide a whole...
  • Jimmy Masters, local jazz bass champ, celebrates new solo CD

    Jimmy Masters, local jazz bass champ, celebrates new solo CD
    Bassist often hang just outside the spotlight, providing groove, texture and pulse in a way that makes a band sound better without drawing eyes away from center stage. Local bass man Jimmy Masters is breaking out of that mold. Masters, a jazz musician...