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  • Saturday's 6/21 local schedule (updated Friday AM)

    BASEBALL Coastal Plain League: Peninsula Pilots at Edenton, 7 International League: Indianapolis at Norfolk, 7:05 Eastern League: Richmond at Erie, 7:05 Southern Virginia Adult Baseball League: Newport News Cardinals vs. Deltaville Deltas (at Deltaville...
  • Thursday's local baseball roundup: Pilots stay hot, edge Wilson in rain-delayed game

    Coastal Plain League: The Peninsula Pilots (13-5) earned their ninth victory in the last 10 games, edging the Wilson Tobs 3-2 Thursday night in a rain-delayed contest. In the bottom of the seventh inning, Liberty's Will Shepherd scored from first base...
  • Wednesday's college and local multi-sport roundup: W&M announces men's soccer schedule

    Colleges: Men’s soccer: William and Mary announced its 2014 schedule, which includes nine home games and nine games against 2013 NCAA tournament teams. W&M first will host a pair of scrimmages at Martin Family Stadium: Aug. 18 against...
  • Teel Time: Hokies target Chris Clarke's consistency shows again at NBPA Top 100 Camp

    Teel Time: Hokies target Chris Clarke's consistency shows again at NBPA Top 100 Camp
    Chris Clarke averaged 14.5 points and 5.5 rebounds while shooting 61.1 percent Wednesday at the National Basketball Players Association Top 100 Camp in Charlottesville. Boo Williams was not surprised. A rising senior forward at Cape Henry Collegiate...
  • Baby birds best enjoyed from afar

    It's baby bird season again. As much a rite of spring as the showers and flowers, fledgling birds are showing up in our yards and gardens across the region. With their endearing outsized eyes, stubby tails, and unkempt fluffy tufts they appeal to our...
  • Colonial Williamsburg names new president Tuesday

     Colonial Williamsburg names new president Tuesday
    Dan Smith doesn't know Mitchell Reiss personally, but he is impressed by the credentials the new president of Colonial Williamsburg brings to the job. "If you look at his resume, it's astonishing," said Smith, superintendent of Colonial National...
  • Monday's local roundup: Peninsula Pilots rout Petersburg 9-1, extend win streak to eight games

    Baseball: Coastal Plain League: Peninsula pushed its win streak to eight games after beating Petersburg 9-1 at War Memorial Stadium. Andres Nelo scored twice and drove in three runs and P.J. Higgins added two RBI for the Pilots (12-4), who last won...
  • Achievements Of Glastonbury High School's Class Of 2014

    Achievements Of Glastonbury High School's Class Of 2014
    GLASTONBURY — As nearly 570 graduates prepare for commencement exercises tonight, school officials compiled a list of the class of 2014's accomplishments. Graduation will take place tonight on the athletic fields behind the high school at 6:30 p.m....
  • Summer theater looks promising in Hampton Roads

    Summer theater looks promising in Hampton Roads
    Summer theater has never been plentiful in Hampton Roads. But this summer's diverse lineup of musicals looks more promising. Many companies are mounting productions that will appeal to kids and families. Here are a few to consider. Southern charm...
  • Chesapeake Bay is world's top breeding ground for osprey

    Chesapeake Bay is world's top breeding ground for osprey
    Ospreys are a fixture on the Chesapeake Bay — and experts say nowhere in the world is there a bigger population of breeding pairs than right here in the tidal region. From an all-time low of about 1,400 pairs in the mid-1970s after the banned...
  • Jamestown High celebrates its class of 2014

    WILLIAMSBURG — Jamestown High's graduation speaker, senior class president MaryKathryn Kopp, had plenty of compelling thoughts to share with her fellow graduates Saturday morning at William and Mary Hall. But first came an opportunity to end her...