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  • 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...
  • Tennis: Jamestown's Leah Walter joins sister for Region I doubles title, beats her in singles final

    Tennis: Jamestown's Leah Walter joins sister for Region I doubles title, beats her in singles final
    JAMES CITY – The tennis pecking order is clear: at Jamestown High, in Region I and in the family. Triple-crown winner Leah Walter is No. 1. The senior, outstanding academically and on the court, has earned ample opportunity to try to extend that...
  • Great-Great-Grandsons Honor Ancestors At Gettysburg

    Great-Great-Grandsons Honor Ancestors At Gettysburg
    This will be an extraordinary weekend for Connecticut residents William H. Hincks and Kierran Broatch. Today, the two men will join 12,000 other blue- and gray-clad participants in the conclusion of a three-day re-enactment commemorating the 150th...
  • Jamestown boys, girls clinch return to state in tennis

    Jamestown boys, girls clinch return to state in tennis
    In a seemingly annual rite of spring, the Jamestown High boys and girls tennis teams ensured themselves of state berths with Region I semifinal victories Wednesday. The Eagles won't have any company from the Bay Rivers District, though. Both Jamestown...
  • Ann Rabson, popular Virginia blues musician, dead at 67

    Ann Rabson, popular Virginia blues musician, dead at 67
    A beloved musician from Virginia's blues scene, Ann Rabson, passed away today, according to a news release from Alligator Records. The release said that Rabson died in her hometown of Fredericksburg after a long battle with cancer. She was 67. Best...
  • Judith L. Colligan, Howard County activist

    Judith L. Colligan, Howard County activist
    Judith L. Colligan, a Howard County activist whose work included putting an end to human trafficking, aiding city children through Agape House and founding a meditation group, died Jan. 19 of heart failure at her home in Columbia. She was 71. "Judy had...
  • John R. Duffy, police officer

    John R. Duffy, police officer
    John R. Duffy, a retired Baltimore police officer and Navy veteran who witnessed the Japanese surrender that ended World War II, died Wednesday of a heart attack at Ivy Hall nursing home in Middle River. The longtime Perry Hall resident was 87. The...