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  • Rivah Town Cafe; now open on King William Avenue

    Rivah Town Cafe; now open on King William Avenue
    WEST POINT — Though the beloved restaurant Marie's Place closed in March, the highly anticipated Rivah Town Café opened Monday at the 3690 King William Avenue location. The café's owner, Sue Greggs, explained, "I was a former employee here. The...
  • Best runner at Powhatan Creek Trail 5K depends on criteria

    WILLIAMSBURG—Who was the better runner, Andy Goodstein or Victor Flemming, last Saturday at the third annual Powhatan Creek Trail 5K Run? That depends on your criteria, but it was quite close either way. The two hammered each other on the somewhat...
  • VDOT plans for widening I-64 to lessen congestion, but it won't happen in New Kent anytime soon

    VDOT plans for widening I-64 to lessen congestion, but it won't happen in New Kent anytime soon
    NEW KENT – Although thousands of people spend their summer vacations splashing at the beach, riding roller coasters, and visiting relatives, many others spend almost as much time getting to their destination due to heavy traffic congestion....
  • Jay Ambrose: A more stable world requires more stable policies

    The world is lately an unstable mess, as crazily off balance as at anytime in the past three and a half decades, says a recent front-page story in The Wall Street Journal, and it's clearly, frighteningly true. Look at the Middle East and you see bloody...
  • Column: WPPD and 7-11 encouraging children, youth to exhibit good behavior

    Column: WPPD and 7-11 encouraging children, youth to exhibit good behavior
    The West Point Police Department in partnership with 7-Eleven stores is proud to participate in Operation Chill which is designed to reduce crime and enhance relations among police, 7-Eleven stores and youth. This program allows law enforcement officers...
  • Dawins and Welch marry

    Dawins and Welch marry
    WILLIAMSBURG – The marriage of Candice Marie Dawkins of Glen Allen, VA to David Bland Welch of Urbanna, VA took place June 21, 2014 at Colonial Heritage Country Club in Williamsburg. Reverend Chuck McHose officiated the ceremony. The bride was...
  • Jump to it: Jumping jacks are now a state exercise

    Missourians, get your feet apart and your arms up in the air: Jumping jacks are now the state exercise. Gov. Jay Nixon signed House Bill 1603 into law recently. Henceforth (starting Aug. 28, to get technical) jumping jacks "shall be known as the official...
  • West Point crime report

    West Point crime report
    •6/25/2014 - A capias was served in the 400 block of 14th Street. •6/29/2014 - Joseph Benton Camacho of West Point was arrested and charged with DWI in the 3000 block of King William Avenue. •7/02/2014 - Brittany Joan O'Brien of West...
  • Middlesex's Moore gets more baseball honors at Dickenson

    Harley Moore, a junior left-handed pitcher from Middlesex High School, recently earned two all-region honors at Dickenson College in Carlisle, Penn. The junior from Middlesex went 6-0 for the Red Devils as a regular member of the pitching rotation. He...
  • Arts Alive announces fall line-up

    Arts Alive announces fall line-up
    WEST POINT – Arts Alive, Inc. is thrilled to announce an exciting line up of performances for our 2014-15 Season Series at the Robinson/Olsson Civic Auditorium and Fine Arts Center on Thompson Avenue in West Point, VA. Don't miss these high...
  • WPHS grad receives doctorate in Clinical Psychology, masters in business

    WPHS grad receives doctorate in Clinical Psychology, masters in business
    WEST POINT – In May 2014, Morgan Hembree, a 2006 West Point High School graduate, received her Doctor of Clinical Psychology degree from Widener University, Institute of Graduate Clinical Psychology. In addition, Dr. Hembree also received her...
  • 'West Point 29' students recall role in Civil Rights Movement

    'West Point 29' students recall role in Civil Rights Movement
    WEST POINT – Nearly 62 years ago, 29 African-American high school students made civil rights history in West Point by protesting poor schooling conditions. The students, dubbed the 'West Point 29,' refused to attend Hamilton-Holmes High School,...