Archive for Tag Archives: ' Williamsburg'

WATA proposes routes: Buses approved by WATA would run to Lackey Free Clinic

WATA proposes routes: Buses approved by WATA would run to Lackey Free Clinic

Posted On: February 14, 2017

With the support of a federal grant, Williamsburg Area Transit Authority and Hampton Roads Transit have teamed up [...]

Tea time for the Williamsburg community

Tea time for the Williamsburg community

Posted On: January 30, 2017

This Friday, Williamsburg businesses LOKAL and The Spice and Tea Exchange teamed up to host their first-ever Tea [...]

City of Williamsburg unveils new software to improve recycling efforts

City of Williamsburg unveils new software to improve recycling efforts

Posted On: November 14, 2016

The City of Williamsburg recently unveiled a new system aiming to make recycling easier. Williamsburg residents can now [...]

Scott Taylor: A practical advocate for Virginia’s second district

Scott Taylor: A practical advocate for Virginia’s second district

Posted On: October 31, 2016

In many ways, the last decade has been the era of the outsider. It was clear when freshman [...]

The necessity of voting for Mike Mullin

The necessity of voting for Mike Mullin

Posted On: October 31, 2016

  Mike Mullin really knows how to snap his fingers. It’s a mainstay whenever he talks about an [...]

City of Williamsburg City Council votes to approve funding for updated WPD equipment

City of Williamsburg City Council votes to approve funding for updated WPD equipment

Posted On: October 25, 2016

The City of Williamsburg’s City Council approved the request from the Williamsburg Police Department to purchase body-worn cameras [...]

SANE nurse now available at Williamsburg hospital 24/7

SANE nurse now available at Williamsburg hospital 24/7

Posted On: September 27, 2016

During Tuesday night’s Student Assembly senate meeting, SA Vice President Hannah McKiernan ’17 announced that the Riverside Regional [...]

The reopened Green Leafe combines old classics with new surprises

The reopened Green Leafe combines old classics with new surprises

Posted On: September 26, 2016

Food: New York Style with a Greek Twist It was a day of mourning when the Green Leafe Cafe [...]

Football: College defeats Norfolk State 35-10 in debut of renovated Zable Stadium

Football: College defeats Norfolk State 35-10 in debut of renovated Zable Stadium

Posted On: September 19, 2016

With nine and a half minutes on the clock in the fourth quarter, No. 13 William and Mary [...]

The Roads Too Frequently Traveled

The Roads Too Frequently Traveled

Posted On: September 19, 2016

Strolling by the brick buildings and looming trees, one needs only to observe the crosswalks at ten feet [...]