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  • Rewriting history at James Fort

     Rewriting history at James Fort
    Since pushing their first shovel into the ground 20 years ago, Jamestown archaeologists have rewritten the history of America's first permanent English settlement numerous times, beginning with the 1996 discovery of the landmark fort that most people believed had been lost.
  • Hampton Roads transportation plans include proposals for more bike lanes

    Hampton Roads transportation plans include proposals for more bike lanes
    Tucked amid proposals on the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization's list of 200 potential long-range projects for the Peninsula are about 30 proposals that focus on two-wheeled, pedal-powered vehicles. Bike lanes and trails have become...

    Neil Young concert at Chicago Theatre

    Neil Young concert at Chicago Theatre
    His eyes shaded by a black fedora, Neil Young strapped on a guitar that  once belonged to Hank Williams Sr. and leaned in, as if ready to whisper in someone’s ear. “Come a little bit closer, hear what I have to say,” he sang near the...

    Silt restaurant opens up in the Kingsmill area

    Silt restaurant opens up in the Kingsmill area
    Chef Nelson Miller named his new restaurant Silt, which is also the word for a rich soil, and he adds, "in which to grow the finest crops possible." Miller and his wife-owner, Olivia, opened their new restaurant in the space formerly occupied by Le...

    Gov. McAuliffe to visit Werowocomoco on Tuesday

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe will return to Gloucester on Tuesday to talk about the potential implications of the purchase of Werowocomoco, the former home of Pocahontas on the banks of the York River. A movement is afoot to purchase the property that is...