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  • Armistead's journey to Baltimore

    Armistead's journey to Baltimore
    Confederate Gen. Lewis Addison Armistead, who was mortally wounded during Pickett's ill-fated charge at Gettysburg, sleeps away the ages in a quiet Baltimore cemetery. And how he came to spend eternity here is somewhat of a mystery. Armistead was...
  • Saturday's local tennis roundup: Williamsburg's Jones, Mahaffey take titles in Suffolk; Slattery gains payback vs. Hokie

    Two stars for Jamestown High's Region I runner-up squad enjoyed productive days in the Level 5 Peanut Open on hard courts at Suffolk Racquet Club. Michael Jones, who played No. 2 for the Eagles this spring and will compete for Methodist University, won...
  • High school football scores (updated through Friday night)

     THURSDAY Phoebus 55, Kecoughtan 7 Woodside 27, Warwick 21 FRIDAY (From VirginiaPreps.com): Alleghany 36 Bath County 7 Altavista 47 Cumberland 20 Annandale 32 Stuart 27 Appomattox 50 Randolph-Henry 6 Atlee 56 Patrick Henry (Ashland) 35...
  • This weekend's football scores

    (compiled by VirginiaPreps.com) Thursday: Granby 21 Wilson 20 Hampton 42 Denbigh 0 Heritage (Newport News) 30 Woodside 26 Friday: Public: Alleghany 47 James River (Buchanan) 26 Altavista 48 William Campbell 33 Amelia County 35 Randolph-Henry 21...
  • President Obama signs Virginia disaster declaration following derecho storms

    President Obama signs Virginia disaster declaration following derecho storms
    President Obama has signed a major disaster declaration for Virginia following last month's severe storms. Several thousand people lost power across the Commonwealth, and several homes and businesses were damaged. The declaration means federal funding...
  • Woman abandons infant at Severn church

    A 32-year-old Millersville woman faces child neglect and desertion charges after she abandoned her infant son at a Severn church Monday, police said. After a multi-state search, Pettricia Finch-Miller, 32, of the 600 block Water Wheel Court, was...
  • Woodside's Frings advances in Tennis Recruiting Network Showcase in Newport News

    Woodside High’s Julian Frings beat Paul Ritter of Virginia Beach 6-1, 6-1 to advance to the boys 16-and-under quarterfinals of the inaugural Tennis Recruiting Network National Showcase at Huntington Park in Newport News. Frings will meet No. 4 seed...
  • Tennis: Hampton's Saunders, Yorktown's Alvarez win singles titles at Southeastern Open in Richmond

    Tennis: Hampton's Saunders, Yorktown's Alvarez win singles titles at Southeastern Open in Richmond
    Bill Saunders of Hampton and Teresa Alvarez of Yorktown captured age-group championships at last weekend's Southeastern Open on hard courts in Richmond. Saunders won three matches on the court, including a 6-4, 4-6, 1-0 (10-3) quarterfinal over No. 1...
  • St. Mary's College announces interim president

    St. Mary's College announces interim president
    St. Mary's College of Maryland, whose president will step down at the end of the month amid an admissions crisis, announced an interim replacement Monday. Ian Newbould, who has served as president of three universities throughout his 30-year career,...
  • Steampunk event at Hampton History Museum drew fans, the curious

    Steampunk event at Hampton History Museum drew fans, the curious
    Participants and organizers at this past weekend's event Steampunk: Visions of Futures Past say they saw strong interest in a thriving subculture that mixes history with a strong dose of science-fiction fantasy. "It was very well received," said...
  • Tennis (updated through all Monday play): Jamestown's Walter sisters reach Region I singles final; Bruton's Mittmann in boys title match

    The Region I individual tennis tournament's first day looked a lot like the Bay Rivers District version, except in boys doubles -- where most BRD teams struggled. In girls singles Monday, Jamestown High senior Leah Walter and her sister, freshman Anna...