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  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Spiders survive Thornton's career-high 37, edge W&M 68-67

    While William and Mary’s Marcus Thornton was wearing out Richmond, the Spiders were wearing down the Tribe, though barely. Thornton, a 6-foot-4 senior guard, scored 37 points. Richmond survived that and perilous moments in the final seconds to...
  • Lafayette backs prove their worth in run to 3A state semifinals

    Lafayette backs prove their worth in run to 3A state semifinals
    JAMES CITY — A defining trait among Lafayette High’s football players is that they don’t take kindly to slights. Pick them to win by a too-small margin against what they consider a lesser opponent, and they’ll thank you for...
  • Richmond 68, William & Mary 67

    The Sports Xchange Richmond 68, William & Mary 67 Marcus Thornton scored 37 points, but it wasn't enough for William & Mary as the Tribe fell to Richmond 68-67 on Wednesday night in Richmond, Va. Richmond led much of the second half, but forward Omar...
  • Tuesday's local interest college basketball roundup: HU gains road victory; VCU survives challenge at Illinois State

    MEN: Hampton gained its first victory of the season on an opponent's court, overcoming Tennessee State 62-54 Tuesday night in Nashville. Dwight Meikle scored 15 points and Ke’Ron Brown added 14 for HU. He Meikle also had seven rebounds and three...
  • Panel addresses transgender inclusion in Gloucester County schools

    Panel addresses transgender inclusion in Gloucester County schools
    Former School Board member Ronnie Cohen cautioned Gloucester County schools on how it addresses a proposed transgender restroom use policy. Cohen, a professor of business law at Christopher Newport University who previously served on the Gloucester...
  • Hampton Roads holiday calendar

    Here is a list of holiday events around the Hampton Roads area. It will be updated regularly. NEWPORT NEWS Thursday, Nov. 27-Jan. 1: Celebration in Lights at Newport News Park, 13560 Jefferson Avenue, opens on Thanksgiving and runs through New Year'...
  • Norment, no stranger to judicial hardball, says maybe it's time for change

    Norment, no stranger to judicial hardball, says maybe it's time for change
    Senate Majority Leader Tommy Norment said Wednesday that it may be time to change the way Virginia chooses judges He's no stranger the controversy and acrimony the current process breeds. It gives the General Assembly's majority party great power, and...
  • Alumnus Jamie Quatro reads short story at William and Mary

    The College of William and Mary hosted alumnus and author Jamie Quatro following the success of her debut short story collection, "I Want to Show You More." The book of short stories was published in 2013 and has received numerous accolades. Among them,...
  • Sports TV and radio: Wednesday's 12/3 log (updated Monday PM)

    10 a.m.    Basketball: Jan. 1991: Warwick girls vs. Phoebus.--LSC 48 11 a.m.    Highlights: Notre Dame football.--CSN 11:30 a.m.    Softball: April 2004: Kecoughtan vs. Bethel.-- LSC 48 1:30 p.m.    Football: Oct. 1990: Phoebus vs. Kecoughtan.-- LSC 48...
  • State budget, construction drive tuition up at Christopher Newport University

    State budget, construction drive tuition up at Christopher Newport University
    Christopher Newport University's explosive growth has come at a price: It has the highest net attendance cost of any university in Virginia's public system. That's $21,672 a year, based on a calculation that takes total costs and backs out financial...
  • York Poquoson Cemetery Committee aims to preserve history

    York Poquoson Cemetery Committee aims to preserve history
    Teresa Roundy of Hampton walked toward the edge of a grave carrying two pieces of coat hanger wire. As she reached the foot of the grave, the hanger wires started to move. She continued walking toward the headstone and they moved away from one another....