Nov. 24, 2014

Archive for Williamsburg

Police train in abandoned Dillard Complex

Police train in abandoned Dillard Complex

Posted On: November 18, 2014

The Dillard Complex is more than just a former off-campus dorm — it’s also a site for active [...]

Williamsburg in top 10 US cities for number of female executives

Williamsburg in top 10 US cities for number of female executives

Posted On: November 13, 2014

The proverbial glass ceiling is higher for women in Williamsburg than in most other U.S. cities, according to [...]

Marijuana reform group hosts conference in Williamsburg

Marijuana reform group hosts conference in Williamsburg

Posted On: November 03, 2014

“If we legalized pot and put a high sales tax on it, we could generate a lot of [...]

Naked and afraid in Williamsburg

Naked and afraid in Williamsburg

Posted On: October 27, 2014

When students attempt to complete the College of William and Mary’s Triathlon, they may encounter an unplanned fourth [...]

City council approves new occupancy limit in popular student apartment

City council approves new occupancy limit in popular student apartment

Posted On: September 26, 2014

The Williamsburg City Council unanimously approved a new occupancy limit on the City Lofts, an apartment complex at [...]

Aromas leases Williamsburg’s Triangle Building

Aromas leases Williamsburg’s Triangle Building

Posted On: September 22, 2014

Aromas signed a 30-day lease to operate in Williamsburg’s Triangle Building, located at the corner of Prince George [...]

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 [...]