Sep. 21, 2014

Archive for Williamsburg

Turning over a new Leafe: Local establishment embraces change

Turning over a new Leafe: Local establishment embraces change

Posted On: September 15, 2014

The Green Leafe Café has served the College of William and Mary community since 1974. [...]

Development threatens Williamsburg Battlefield

Development threatens Williamsburg Battlefield

Posted On: September 08, 2014

How did the Williamsburg Battlefield come to be one of Virginia’s most endangered historical sites? [...]

More restaurants open in town after The Jewish Mother closes

More restaurants open in town after The Jewish Mother closes

Posted On: September 05, 2014

The Jewish Mother, upon returning to Williamsburg after an extended interim, has closed its doors once again. [...]

Archaeologists uncover structure next to Wren Building

Archaeologists uncover structure next to Wren Building

Posted On: August 28, 2014

Archaeologists with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation will be concluding their excavation of a brick structure located next to [...]

Cheesebro named College’s First Female Police Chief

Cheesebro named College’s First Female Police Chief

Posted On: August 16, 2014

Deborah Cheesebro will become the College of William and Mary's first ever female police chief Sept. 15. [...]

Former student-athlete pleads not guilty, sets up jury trail

Former student-athlete pleads not guilty, sets up jury trail

Posted On: July 11, 2014

A former William and Mary student-athlete pleaded not guilty to a sole charge of rape in the Williamsburg-James [...]

Former student, member of football team charged with rape

Former student, member of football team charged with rape

Posted On: April 26, 2014

Former College of William and Mary student and member of the Tribe football team Jaiven Knight was arrested [...]

Standard & Poor’s increases Williamsburg’s bond rating

Standard & Poor’s increases Williamsburg’s bond rating

Posted On: April 18, 2014

The financial services company Standard & Poor’s raised the city of Williamsburg’s long-term bond rating from AA+ to [...]

Rising deer population threatens Williamsburg environment

Rising deer population threatens Williamsburg environment

Posted On: April 11, 2014

The explosion of Williamsburg’s deer population in recent years brought the Neighborhood Council together last Saturday to discuss [...]

Discussing Williamsburg tourism and the College

Discussing Williamsburg tourism and the College

Posted On: April 11, 2014

Recent Virginia Gazette articles by Steve Vaughan highlight a slump in tourist activity in the Historic Triangle of [...]