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Yorktown (York, Virginia)

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  • April 3 Letters: York County, service dogs, Medicaid

    Working together Walk into most classrooms, and you will find students of all ages, K-12 and beyond, working together at some time during the school day. In some classrooms, you will even find students working together with other classes, professionals,...
  • Ball Metal in James City ranks 20th in state for most toxic chemicals

    Ball Metal in James City ranks 20th in state for most toxic chemicals
    Ball Metal was rated the worst industrial polluter in Jamesd City County in a Virginia Department of Environmental Quality report released last week. The can manufacturer also ranked as the 20th worst polluter in the state, which compiled reported toxic...
  • Hinsdale

    An unknown person used a counterfeit $100 bill to make a $10 purchase at a fruit store in the 2600 block of West 1st Street. The incident occurred between noon and 1 p.m. on March 21. Several individuals made contact of an insulting or provoking nature...
  • York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office investigating possible robbery attempt at Yorktown Kmart

    Deputies from the York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office were on scene investigating a possible attempted robbery of a KMart off of Victory Boulevard in Yorktown Saturday evening The call came in to dispatchers around 6:30 p.m. on Saturday about a potential...
  • March 29 Letters: TNCC, York County teachers, Crimea

    A legacy of success Each year, approximately 30,000 of our Peninsula and the surrounding regions' neighbors, friends, and their families attend Thomas Nelson Community College (TNCC). TNCC's students reside in the community, not elsewhere in the State...
  • READER SUBMITTED: 18th-Century Horsemanship And Attack By British At Revolutionary War Encampment

    Thundering across a field at a full canter toward his "adversary," an 18th-century soldier raises his sword and slashes through a melon? Horseman David Loda will reenact this and other mock battle scenes as Lieutenant Colonel David Humphreys, aide-de-camp...
  • York County School Division to hold two community meetings on budget

    The York County School Division is holding two community meetings next week to garner support for its fiscal year 2015 budget, which was approved Monday night by the school board. The spending plan totals $128.6 million including $14.5 million in...
  • March 22 Letters: Stereotypes, health care outsourcing jobs

    Stereotypical choices Re: 'Image controls," March 15. I am white. Not only that , but I am a young white female, so the possible stereotypes about me are piling up with each characteristic named. Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines stereotypes as "to...
  • Suffolk offers photography showcase

     Suffolk offers photography showcase
    When the Suffolk Art Gallery staged its first juried photography exhibition in 1985, it was definitely the little kid on a block ruled by the Chrysler Museum of Art. Everybody who was anybody in Hampton Roads photography — and a lot of unknowns,...
  • Saturday's 3/22 local schedule (updated Friday AM)

    COLLEGES Wrestling NCAA championships (in Oklahoma City) Baseball Virginia Wesleyan at Emory and Henry (doubleheader), noon Maryland Eastern Shore at Norfolk State (doubleheader), 1 Tufts (Mass.) vs. Apprentice (doubleheader at War Memorial Stadium), 1...
  • History Fair to celebrate 400 years in York

    YORK — When most history buffs think of Yorktown, they think Revolutionary War. The pivotal 1781 Battle of Yorktown that marked the turn of the war in America's favor was waged less than a mile outside of town. But that's not where its history...
  • Part of Yorktown Road closed for construction through June

    A portion of Yorktown Road, from Calthrop Neck Road to Tabb High School, will be closed to through traffic beginning Monday while a new sewer collection system is installed along the road. It is expected to remained closed until June 1. Residents who live...