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  • Jim Bourey, the runner in charge in Newport News

    Jim Bourey, the runner in charge in Newport News
    Jim Bourey says he's not like most city managers. The man who leads Newport News city government — after rising each morning at 4 a.m. to get in a 15- to 18-mile run — believes it is important for a city manager to have a high profile and to...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Georgetown's shutout is Virginia's third consecutive baseball defeat

    Baseball: A.C. Carter hit a home run in the fourth inning Tuesday as visiting Georgetown (9-10) shut out Virginia 1-0, handing the Cavaliers (14-8) their third straight loss. Simon Mathews (2-2) pitched five no-hit innings for the win. ... Norfolk...
  • York supervisors approve special-use permit for electrical company

    YORK — The York County Board of Supervisors approved a special use permit for a home-based electrical business at 106 Lewis Drive in Seaford this month. The permit allows the business, Scarborough Electrical, Inc., to have a non-resident employee...
  • Coast Guard Blue Dolphins have strong showing at Eastern Zone championship series meet | Community news

    Peyton Baldwin won two individual events and swam a leg on two winning relays to lead the Coast Guard Blue Dolphins at the Eastern Zone Southern Region Speedo Championship Series Meet that ended a four-day run Sunday in Christiansburg. Baldwin, a...
  • Daily Press celebrates National Poetry Month

     Daily Press celebrates National Poetry Month
    Every year throughout the month of April, poets across America celebrate their chosen art form with special events and activities. According to poets.org, the website of the Academy of American Poets, National Poetry Month is "the largest literary...
  • Gloucester treasurer announces re-election pursuit

    Gloucester treasurer announces re-election pursuit
    Tara Thomas, Treasurer of Gloucester County, announced Monday that she will seek re-election in November. Thomas has served as Gloucester's treasurer since 2000 and is seeking the Republican nomination. “I have been honored to serve the citizens...
  • Quarterbacks still nursing injuries as Lafayette College opens spring football

    Quarterbacks still nursing injuries as Lafayette College opens spring football
    The last time we saw Lafayette College quarterbacks Drew Reed and Blake Searfoss on a football field, they were standing together on the sidelines at Yankee Stadium, both on crutches after each having suffered foot injuries. The crutches are gone; the...
  • Sunday's 3/22 local schedule (updated Saturday AM)

    COLLEGES Baseball Virginia Wesleyan at Lynchburg (doubleheader), noon Norfolk State at Maryland Eastern Shore, noon Rice at Old Dominion, 1 Fulton-Montgomery Community College vs. Thomas Nelson CC (doubleheader at Heritage High), noon Softball...
  • Wednesday's 3/25 local schedule (updated Tuesday AM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball NIT quarterfinal: Murray State at Old Dominion, 7 Baseball Old Dominion at VMI, 3 Southern Virginia at Christopher Newport, 3 Softball Hampton at N.C. A&T (doubleheader), 2 p.m. Men’s tennis...
  • Monday's local colleges roundup: CNU junior, Grafton High alum Hannah Cook earns weekly conference softball honor

    Softball: Christopher Newport junior and Grafton High product Hannah Cook was named the Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Week. Cook hit .667 (6-for-9) with three home runs and six RBI in five games last week. Men's basketball: Radford&...
  • Sky's the limit for Hinsdale Central's Steven Chun in classroom, track

    Sky's the limit for Hinsdale Central's Steven Chun in classroom, track
    — Steven Chun's lengthy list of academic accomplishments is incredibly impressive. The Hinsdale Central senior scored a perfect 36 on his ACT, owns a 5.81 grade-point average and has already been accepted to Illinois, William and Mary, Washington...