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  • 2594 Jockeys Neck Trail, Williamsburg, VA 23185

    2594 Jockeys Neck Trail, Williamsburg, VA 23185
    On June 1, Joseph and Debra Mastaler sold their home at 2594 Jockeys Neck Trail in Williamsburg, Va., to James W. Akridge for $740,000. Joseph S. Mastaler Jr. is a partner and chief practice officer at Witt Mares, an accounting and consulting firm. He...
  • 2404 Burnwether Lane, Williamsburg, VA 23185

    2404 Burnwether Lane, Williamsburg, VA 23185
    On May 17th, 2010, Steven D. Godfrey sold his home at 2404 Burnwether Lane in Williamsburg, VA to Robert D. McKeown. Mr. McKeown bought the home for $810,000. Dr. Robert McKeown joined the faculty at The College of William and Mary in April as a...
  • 2265 West Island Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185

    2265 West Island Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185
    On May 3rd, 2010, Jean P. Halsey sold her home at 2265 West Island Road in Williamsburg, VA, to Bruce R. Lifka. Mr. Lifka paid $850,000 for the home. Bruce R. Lifka is the senior vice president of CRT/tanaka, a public relations and marketing agency based...
  • Familial DNA

    Familial DNA
    Three teenaged girls in Dale City faced a real life horror Halloween night last year. At a shopping plaza, a gunman forced the girls down a nearby hill to a ravine. "He had them lay face down away from him", said Detective Steve Piaskowski with the Prince...
  • Senate oks taxes on online shopping

    RICHMOND A measure to require online merchants affiliated with companies such as Amazon and Overstock.com to collect state sales taxes cleared the Senate on Tuesday. The bill - sponsored by Sen. Emmett W. Hanger Jr., R- Augusta County, and backed by the...
  • Patients & providers: health care reactions mixed

    The politicians have been arguing and posturing for over a year on health care reform, but now that it has passed the House, what do the people who will actually live with it think? The Daily Press spoke to a consumer, a doctor, health executives and a...
  • Police release Wal-Mart surveillance video of 12-year-old Brittany Smith and Jeffrey Easley

    Police release Wal-Mart surveillance video of 12-year-old Brittany Smith and Jeffrey Easley
    Police released the surveillance video from the Wal-Mart in Salem where 12-year-old Brittany Smith and 32-year-old Jeffrey Easley were last seen on Friday, December 3rd. The hope is someone in line with them or who saw them there can talk about the...
  • Police: Missing Virginia Girl, Alleged Abductor Found in San Francisco

    Police: Missing Virginia Girl, Alleged Abductor Found in San Francisco
    ROANOKE, Va. -- A 12-year-old girl who had been missing for a week was found unharmed Friday after she and the man accused in her abduction were recognized in a store in San Francisco, police said. Brittany Mae Smith has since been in touch with her...
  • UPDATED: Woman who spotted Easley and Smith talks to News 7; Smith's father talks to press

    UPDATED: Woman who spotted Easley and Smith talks to News 7; Smith's father talks to press
    UPDATED MONDAY 10:15 p.m. For the first time since the search for Brittany Smith began, the public is hearing from the 12-year-old's father. Benjamin Smith, who is a police officer in South Boston says he felt it was the appropriate time to comment with...
  • Oyster aquaculture thrives, but consequences loom

    Oyster aquaculture thrives, but consequences loom
    Growing oysters in Virginia used to be a lousy business venture. Only the most ardent farmers could steer the Chesapeake Bay delicacy past diseases, predators and other obstacles into adulthood. That was before advances, most notably the creation of a...
  • Want to really tread hallowed ground?

    Want to really tread hallowed ground?
    Maryland commuters have long known that there are only three ways to cross the Potomac between Point of Rocks and the nation's capital. What they don't know is that a century and a half ago, there were more than a dozen. And they're still there today....