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Bruton graduates encouraged to embrace the turtle, ‘stick their neck out’  Virginia Gazette

Bruton High School's mascot might be a panther, but York County School Board Chairman James Richardson told the class of 2019 to embrace the courage of a ...

Left numb by numbers, Bruton High School tackles reduced varsity football season  WTKR News 3

Short on players, Bruton High School cancels half its varsity football season.

Bruton softball rebuilds team around young core, Lafayette eager and recovered from last year's injuries  Virginia Gazette

The first of a two-part preview of Williamsburg high school softball this year: with a young Bruton team eager to come into its own, and a Lafayette looking to ...

York School of the Arts students head 'Into the Woods'  Virginia Gazette

In the first musical of the season for Williamsburg-area high school students, the York County School of Arts at Bruton High School put on a production of "Into ...

High schools tackle Disney, Travolta and Abba in spring musicals  Virginia Gazette

Spring is finally here: flowers are blooming and birds are signing. But birds aren't the only ones singing — all four local high schools are preparing to present ...

Williamsburg Track and Field teams show no signs of slowing  Virginia Gazette

Spring break may be upon them, but that's done nothing to slow down the student-athletes on Williamsburg's track and field teams. With some teams preparing ...

Graduating seniors talk about impact of attending school during changing times  Virginia Gazette

Several local members of the Class of 2019 spoke about growing up in Williamsburg, the challenges the modern student faces, and their future plans.

Bruton music teacher Cara Townsend strikes a chord  Virginia Gazette

During her 19 years as a music teacher at Bruton High School, Cara Townsend has influenced a lot of young musicians.

Local art students working on "Love Letters" display for Greater Williamsburg Chamber, Colonial Williamsburg  Virginia Gazette

A set of Virginia's famous "Love letters" will find a new home in Colonial Williamsburg's Visitor Center, courtesy of the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and local ...

Grafton cheer takes top spot in competition, Lafayette finishes third  Virginia Gazette

Gone are the cheer competitions of yore; teams from across the Virginia Peninsula danced, jumped and soared all with the hopes of being the best.

Longtime coach remembered for faith, dedication to community  Virginia Gazette

Edgar Randall, a former local star athlete who went on to spend 37 years as a coach, died Thursday, January 24, after a prolonged battle with colon cancer.

Bryce Andrew Scott Stephen Baker, 21, graduated from Bruton High School  Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Bryce Andrew Scott Stephen Baker, 21, of Quinton, Va., passed away suddenly Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. He was born Feb. 29, 1996 in Huntsville, Ala.

Eyes on the prize: Local high school athletes compete in states  Virginia Gazette

The spring sports season is coming to a close, but all four local high schools have teams competing for states this year.

Bruton grads encouraged to 'leave the cage'  Virginia Gazette

WILLIAMSBURG— When Bruton High School Principal Arletha Dockery asked the families of Bruton High School graduates to refrain from cheering in order to ...

Bruton High School to Graduate 124 Students in Class of 2015  Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Bruton High School will celebrate its commencement ceremony for 124 members of the class of 2015 on Friday. The ceremony is scheduled to begin noon ...

Bruton Class of 2018 told to believe in themselves and each other  Virginia Gazette

Bruton High School's Class of 2018 graduated to the sound of cowbells, air horns, and cheers from the crowd watching from the stands.

York County high school bookkeeper sentenced to three years in prison for embezzling student activity funds

YORK CO., Va. – A bookkeeper with Bruton High School was sentenced to three years in prison Thursday on counts of embezzlement and forgery. Charlene ...

WCA summer basketball camp renamed for longtime coach  Virginia Gazette

Edgar Randall, who spent 37 years as a coach in Williamsburg, died of colon cancer in January. The summer basketball camp he ran for 25 years will be ...

Police: York pair charged with prostitution, carrying concealed weapon illegally  Virginia Gazette

Williamsburg police charged a York pair with prostitution and carrying a concealed weapon. Erin Alexis Sebert, 18 of York County, has been charged with ...

BUSH,, Carolee Silcox  Roanoke Times

BUSH, Carolee Silcox December 26, 1934 - September 26, 2018 Carolee Silcox Bush, 83, died peacefully at Morningside of Williamsburg, Wednesday, ...

Residents along I-64 expansion win more sound walls  Daily Press

Last week, Queens Lake residents were told a new, more comprehensive study showed sound walls along 98 percent of the neighborhood were justified.

Jones steps down as Bruton head football coach  Virginia Gazette

Reggie Jones' tenure as Bruton head football coach will end after three seasons, Panthers Athletic Director Richard Onesty announced on Monday.

Local high schools to live-stream graduations this weekend  WYDaily

If you can't make it to your high schooler's graduation this year, you're in luck. Both Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools and the York County…

Fall brings new changes to VHSL realignment  Virginia Gazette

The Virginia High School League is debuting another new look this fall, a twist on the organizational system it rolled out in 2013.

Michael Meese is the best player in the history of Jamestown soccer and he's just a junior  Virginian-Pilot

With his school-record eight goals in a win over Bruton last week, he has 35 for the season and 86 for his career – or 21 more than previous record.

Former Oceana pilot, Williamsburg woman are among 12 chosen for NASA's 2017 astronaut candidate class  Virginian-Pilot

The candidates were selected from more than 18300 applicants. After 2 years of training, they could be sent to the International Space Station, fly on deep space ...

Police: 1 dead in James City County after tree, power lines fall on vehicle  Virginia Gazette

One man has died and another is still trapped inside a work truck after a powerful wind gust toppled a tree and power lines onto the vehicle, according to James ...

Manassas Park cancels its football season, leaving William Monroe scrambling to find an opponent  The Daily Progress

For the second time this month, a Central Virginia high school football program has been forced to adjust its 2018 schedule.

Williamsburg native shoots for the stars as NASA astronaut candidate  Daily Press

Shooting for the stars, and Mars - Zena Cardman of Williamsburg new NASA astronaut trainee.

Runners: Nicole Kelly  Greensboro News & Record

The Runners profile, highlighting an athlete in the Triad, is posted every Friday morning on the Running Shorts blog. Meet Greensboro's Nicole Kelly.

Spring is alive with the sound of musicals  Virginia Gazette

Spring has sprung, which means its time again for Williamsburg James City County School's lineup of toe-tapping musicals. Let these students take you from the ...

Baby bluebirds hatch on live cam at Bruton High  Virginia Gazette

On Tuesday afternoon, Amy Lockwood's science class watched in awe as little beaks started breaking through two light blue eggs.

VDOT holds public information meeting on next phase of I-64 expansion plan  Virginia Gazette

The Virginia Department of Transportation held a public information session on the next phase of the Interstate 64 widening project at Bruton High School on ...

John Sadler's wealth of advice  Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

John Sadler's wealth of advice on Williamsburg Yorktown Daily | John Sadler has seen wealth preserved, wealth lost, and wealth never realized. Sadler…

Wawa approved for Lightfoot intersection  Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

The James City County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously at its meeting Tuesday evening to approve an application to build a Wawa convenience store ...

Holiday season kicks off in Williamsburg  Virginia Gazette

People traveled from far and wide to ring in the holiday season in Williamsburg this weekend.

Quarterback Dockery next in line at Bruton  Virginia Gazette

As Bruton head football coach Reggie Jones put it, his son, Daniel, had been the face of Bruton athletics the past few seasons as a football, basketball and track ...

18-year-old's homicide shocks York County neighborhood  Daily Press

YORK COUNTY— After Keith Green watched his18-year-old neighbor get gunned down in a yard a few doors from his house Friday, he ran over with a T-shirt to ...

March for Our Lives protests set for Saturday  Virginia Gazette

March for Our Lives are having marches across the country, including in Williamsburg, on March 24.

Virginia Tech Flashback Friday: Bryan Randall  Fighting Gobbler

One of the great quarterbacks in Hokie history, Bryan Randall led Tech to it's first ACC Championship in 2004.

Graduation 2013: Meet York County's Grads, Valedictorians and Salutatorians  Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

The York County School Division sent about 1000 seniors off to their next phase of education Friday during graduation ceremonies at William and Mary Hall.

Shelby Leigh Pressley, 22, Queens Lake Middle School cheerleading coach  Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Shelby Leigh Pressley, of Williamsburg, died Nov. 1, 2015, at the age of 22. She joins her father, Roderick Paulsen, who passed away in 1997. Shelby was born ...

CNU men advance to Elite 8, CNU women lose heartbreaker in Sweet 16  WAVY-TV

The Christopher Newport University men's basketball team is one win away from a return trip to the Division III Final Four, after knocking off Hamilton College ...

Public safety briefs  Virginia Gazette

JAMES CITY COUNTY — Police will hold the next Coffee with a Cop from 10 a.m. to noon June 22 at Jimmy's Oven and Grill, 7201 Richmond Road. James City ...

W&M mourns the loss of Todd Weaver '08  William and Mary News

The William & Mary and Williamsburg communities are mourning the death of College alumnus and Army 1st Lt. Todd W. Weaver.

Leslie Henderson Schultz, president of Henderson Inc. | First person  Virginian-Pilot

The 100-meter hurdles may not sound like standard preparation for a future construction company president, but Leslie Henderson Schultz ties the two together ...

Local schools lose power amid widespread outages, 4 close early  WAVY-TV

Dominion Energy Virginia's outage map showed nearly 6000 outages in the early hours of Friday.

Albemarle's Tyson to be inducted into VHSL Hall of Fame  The Daily Progress

Longtime Albemarle High School Director of Student Activities Deb Tyson will be inducted into the Virginia High School League Hall of Fame this summer, the ...

High school seniors reflect on life as they enter the next phase  Virginia Gazette

WILLIAMSBURG-- On a recent afternoon, Olyvia Lose, 18, sat on the shared patio of Seasons Restaurant and Stephanos Pizzeria in Williamsburg and was ...

York High School Theater Teacher Named a National Star  Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

For York High School theater teacher Amy Insley, it's about the students. Insley, who recently received the Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational…

A scholarship made for the skies  Virginia Gazette

Williamsburg Aviation Scholarship Program gives high schoolers a head start in aviation.

Teen drowns in muddy Smith Mountain Lake  WTVR

Mom says recent high school grad got stuck in lake mud.

Special tribute to fallen New Kent football player  WWBT

A special tribute was held Friday, to a New Kent High School football player who collapsed and died after practice on Tuesday.

MaxPreps/NSCAA High School State Players of the Week for March 21-28, 2017  MaxPreps

MaxPreps News - MaxPreps, the online high school sports leader and The National Soccer Coaches Association of America team up to honor the nation's best.

Winning ways  Richmond Free Press

Long before Levar Stoney threw his hat into Richmond's political ring, he was tossing footballs for York County's Tabb High School. He was as on target then ...

Drew Edward Welty, 29, Williamsburg native, lived dream of flying in Alaska  Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

WILLIAMSBURG – Drew Edward Welty, 29, departed this life on Oct. 2, 2016, near Togiak, AK. He was born May 3, 1987, in Tampa, FL. He lived most of his ...

Mathews: Bay School of Arts plans to double its size  Daily Press

The Bay School of Arts on Main Street in Mathews County hopes to double its size and broaden the programs it offers.

Peninsula-area high schools offer more than English and math  Daily Press

Long gone are the days where a student shows up to high school, signs up for the academic courses required for graduation and leaves it at that.

Young mother took children trick-or-treating before fatal crash on I-64 bridge

Shelby L. Pressley, 22 of Williamsburg, was pronounced dead at the scene of the Sunday morning crash. Her boyfriend, 33-year-old Joshua T. Abney, ...

High school bands from region gather for competition at Chesapeake's Indian River High  Virginian-Pilot

Eleven area marching bands converged at Indian River High School on Nov. 5 to show what they can do at the 2016 Tidewater Festival of Marching Bands.

Queens Lake battles noise, runoff from wider I-64  Daily Press

Richard McCluney hops off a pier at his Queens Lake community and sinks into a swamp forest. He strides in knee-high boots across the muddy ground, through ...

Muscarelle publishes book of artwork celebrating the life of 1st Lt. Todd Weaver '08  William and Mary News

Losing Todd: It was months before local artist Jeanne Weaver, left, returned to her studio, dedicated to celebrate the life of her son, W&M alumnus 1st Lt. Todd ...

Ravens rookie arrested on suspicion of being drunk in public  WBAL Baltimore

Ravens rookie running back Lorenzo Taliaferro became the fourth player on the team to get arrested this year when he was charged with being drunk in public ...

Get Schooled: New Breakfast Carts Roll Out in Two York County High Schools  Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

For high school students who want to socialize or rush to put the finishing touches on a homework assignment before the bell rings at 7:20 a.m., breakfast…

Says RCHS' new football coach: Think like champs  Rappahannock News

Terrence Johnson believes that establishing a winning football program at Rappahannock County High School does not start with the size of a player or even ...

Meet the 200 Virginians in the military who have died since 9/11  Virginian-Pilot

Since the Sept. 11 terror attacks, 200 people from Virginia have died while supporting military operations in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan. The Virginian-Pilot is ...

Students participate in international competition  The Flat Hat

Updated 9/30/2015. A team of eight College of William and Mary undergraduate students will participate in this year's International Genetically Engineered ...

Virginia Wesleyan University welcomes the 1st class of the Batten Honors College  Virginian-Pilot

They were two of 40 students accepted into the pilot program, which held its matriculation ceremony Sunday at the new Greer Environmental Sciences Center.

More Science & Technology  William & Mary News

The Auxulin story: Diabetic misery was the mother of invention. Joseph McClain. A W&M student has an idea for a drug designed to alleviate the misery of ...

One Tribe. One Family: SAAC raises $9000 for Weaver Memorial Award  William and Mary News

The Student Athlete Advisory Council will continue selling wristbands next semester at basketball games, other campus functions, until $20000 goal is reached.

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