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  • 6 university presidents sign Virginia Sea Grant charter

    Six university presidents have formally agreed to work together on challenges facing Virginia's coastal and ocean communities. The Virginia Sea Grant charter was signed Monday in Richmond by the presidents of George Mason, Old Dominion, Virginia...
  • Sunday's local roundup: Delaware uses two big innings to beat William and Mary 16-8 in baseball; Blue Hens sweep three-game series

    Colleges Baseball: Delaware scored seven runs in the first inning and used a late burst to beat William and Mary 16-8 and sweep the three-game series. Cullen Large and Matthew Tilley had two RBI each for the Tribe (19-22, 9-9 CAA), who pulled within...
  • Sunday's 4/26 local schedule (updated Sunday AM)

    BASKETBALL Boo Williams girls tournament (at Boo Williams Sportsplex and Hampton Roads Convention Center)     COLLEGES Baseball Old Dominion at Florida Atlantic, noon Norfolk State at Maryland Eastern Shore, 3 William and Mary at Delaware,...
  • Florentine art at the Muscarelle

    •Florentine art in Williamsburg. The Muscarelle Museum, on the campus of the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, opens "Twilight of a Golden Age" on Saturday. The exhibit features more than 20 Florentine painting from the years after the...
  • Friday's multi-sport local college roundup: ODU romps past No. 16 Florida Atlantic in baseball

    Baseball: Josh Eldridge drove in five runs and Zach Rutherford four as Old Dominion routed Florida Atlantic, the nation’s No. 16 team, 15-3 in Boca Raton. The Monarchs (20-21, 7-12 Conference USA) have been plauged by inconsistency, but they are...
  • Saturday's 4/25 local schedule (updated Friday AM)

    BASKETBALL Boo Williams girls tournament (including Elite Youth Basketball League; at Boo Williams Sportsplex and Hampton Roads Convention Center) COLLEGES Baseball Apprentice at Danville Community College (doubleheader), noon William and Mary...
  • Major and the Monbacks' new CD is cause to celebrate

    Major and the Monbacks' new CD is cause to celebrate
     "Come ready to dance and ready to have a good time."  That's the advice keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Neal Friedman has for anyone who plans to come out to the O'Connor Brewing Company in Norfolk on Saturday night for Major and the Monbacks' CD...
  • Former Jamestown all-conference pick Braxton Miller to play football at Division I Tennessee-Chattanooga

    Former Jamestown all-conference pick Braxton Miller to play football at Division I Tennessee-Chattanooga
    Braxton Miller, a two-way first team All-Conference 19 selection as a senior at Jamestown High in 2013, said that he has been invited to walk onto the football team at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. Miller, 6-foot-1, 215 pounds, was all-...
  • Defense never rests for Navy women's lacrosse

    Defense never rests for Navy women's lacrosse
    Throughout its eight-year history as a varsity program, Navy women's lacrosse has been primarily known for its prolific offense led by record-setting scorers such as Erin Rawlick, Jasmine DePompeo and Loren Generi. However, you don't capture four...
  • Tuesday's college and local roundup: Norfolk State runs baseball winning streak to 13; W&M blasts VMI

    COLLEGES: Baseball: Syeed Mahdi and Ryan Kilmon had three hits apiece, and Mahdi and Grafton High product Robbie Hiser both homered to lead Norfolk State to its 13th consecutive win, 12-5 at Richmond on Tuesday afternoon at Pitt Field. The...
  • Baltimore Sun reporter named Marquette public service journalism fellow

    Baltimore Sun reporter named Marquette public service journalism fellow
    Baltimore Sun crime reporter Justin George on Tuesday was named a Public Service Journalism fellow at Marquette University and will spend the 2015-16 academic year in Milwaukee leading a team of student journalists to produce stories "with the potential...