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Stepping up to the plate: Williamsburg seeks to integrate economy with sports industry, international sporting events

Stepping up to the plate: Williamsburg seeks to integrate economy with sports industry, international sporting events

Posted On: February 14, 2017

Sports Williamsburg, an organization dedicated to improving Williamsburg’s economy by integrating the sports industry into the surrounding city, [...]

WPD report Feb. 12 robbery, search for unidentified suspect

WPD report Feb. 12 robbery, search for unidentified suspect

Posted On: February 13, 2017

In a report released Feb. 12, the Williamsburg Police Department reported a robbery at 8:01 a.m. that same [...]

After delay, College signs American Council on Education letter’s second iteration

After delay, College signs American Council on Education letter’s second iteration

Posted On: February 06, 2017

Feb. 3, the American Council on Education sent a letter initially backed by 598 colleges and universities to [...]

WPD reports Feb. 3 assault on Scotland Street, search for unidentified suspect

WPD reports Feb. 3 assault on Scotland Street, search for unidentified suspect

Posted On: February 06, 2017

According to the Williamsburg Police Department, an assault occurred in the evening of Feb. 3 on the 700 [...]

Jefferson Hall lead levels fall below EPA action threshold: College to follow recommendations, replace faucets

Jefferson Hall lead levels fall below EPA action threshold: College to follow recommendations, replace faucets

Posted On: February 04, 2017

In an email update sent Feb. 3, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Residence Life [...]

McAuliffe hosts luncheon to discuss student journalism, high points of his career

McAuliffe hosts luncheon to discuss student journalism, high points of his career

Posted On: February 04, 2017

In between tastes of roasted celery soup, lamb chops, and ‘opera cake,’ college reporters representing schools including the [...]

College searches for ‘divine’: Botticelli paintings travel from Italy to the Muscarelle

College searches for ‘divine’: Botticelli paintings travel from Italy to the Muscarelle

Posted On: January 31, 2017

From Turin’s Galleria Sabauda, one of artist Sandro Botticelli’s two Venus paintings in the world will leave Italy [...]

Muscarelle to display collection of James Monroe’s letters

Muscarelle to display collection of James Monroe’s letters

Posted On: January 31, 2017

Feb. 11, an exhibit titled Written in Confidence: The Unpublished Letters of James Monroe will open at the [...]

Robbery on Richmond Road Dec. 4 leaves no one injured, suspect unidentified

Robbery on Richmond Road Dec. 4 leaves no one injured, suspect unidentified

Posted On: December 05, 2016

A man wielding a knife robbed a Shell Station on the 1600 block of Richmond Road Dec. 4, [...]

From ballot to budget: Panelists explore how the Virginia General Assembly will affect higher education funding

From ballot to budget: Panelists explore how the Virginia General Assembly will affect higher education funding

Posted On: November 16, 2016

In the wake of Virginia’s $1.5-billion-dollar budget shortfall and 7.5 percent proposed cuts to public colleges and universities, [...]