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DAY TRIPPIN' •Peddler's Village & Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, shopping, tasting at Chaddsford Winery, Sept. 14. $50. Northern Lehigh Community Center, Taylor, 610-504-7699. •"Menopause the Musical," Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Sept....
WILLIAMSBURG — On a cool day under puffy clouds, 92 people holding American flags took the oath of allegiance to the United States at the Capitol Building in Colonial Williamsburg. They came from countries across the globe: Nigeria, China, Panama,...
School board endssenior's suspension The Williamsburg/James City County School Board lifted the suspension for a Jamestown High senior who had a kitchen knife in his car on campus. Chris Mooney, the 12th-grader's father, said his son uses the knife while...
Tuesday's decision by the Williamsburg-James City County School Board to lift the suspension of the Jamestown High School student for having a chef's knife in his car was the right one. But the process was flawed on several counts. First, the school...
WILLIAMSBURG — The Williamsburg James City County School Board lifted the suspension for a Jamestown High senior who had a kitchen knife in his car on campus, a day short of the end of his 10-day suspension. The verdict that he can return to...
A recent incident in James City County highlights what's wrong with "zero-tolerance" school policies. When school personnel found a chef's knife in a Jamestown High School student's vehicle on May 28, Williamsburg-James City County Schools officials...
NAGASAKI, Japan — On my first trip to Nagasaki, just out of college, I knew what most of the world knows: An atomic bomb fell here on Aug. 9, 1945, bringing World War II to a close. It wasn't until my second visit, more than 20 years later on a...
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Last month I had an opportunity to see a master craftsman in action — a master in the writing world, that is. Jon Meacham, Pulitzer prize-winning author of "American Lion, Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power," presented "Jefferson in Williamsburg" in...
Last week's news that Smithfield Foods, as synonymous with Hampton Roads as oysters and Colonial Williamsburg, was negotiating to sell itself to a Chinese corporation left us and its neighbors with decidedly mixed feelings. On the one hand, as...
Revving up tourism The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation would like to expand the ticket-only area of Duke of Gloucester Street to accommodate more participants in the popular "Revolutionary City" street theater program. The two-block expansion from...
Colonial Williamsburg’s popular Wine, Wit and Wisdom series continue this summer with tastings of wines paired with products from local farmers and purveyors. Colonial Williamsburg Executive Chef Rhys Lewis and his colleagues explore the wines...
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