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  • Saturday's 6/2 local calendar (updated late Friday PM with many weather-related adjustments)

    COLLEGES Baseball NCAA regional (at Davenport Field in Charlottesville): Army at Virginia (resumption of game tied at 0 in bottom of first), 1 Appalachian State vs. Oklahoma, 6 HIGH SCHOOLS Baseball Eastern Region final (at ODU’s Bud Metheny...
  • Monday's 6/4 local calendar (updated Sunday AM)

    HIGH SCHOOLS Boys tennis State Group AA quarterfinals: Harrisonburg vs. Blacksburg (at Virginia Tech), 1 Jamestown at Western Albemarle, 1 Hidden Valley at E.C. Glass, 1 Handley at James Monroe, 3 Girls tennis State Group AA quarterfinals: Spotswood vs....
  • Peninsula native Garner relishes home visit

    Ron Garner apologized for rambling, but the past several days on his native Peninsula practically overwhelmed him. As an assistant coach with national track and field power South Carolina, Garner reconnected with old friends and made recruiting contacts....
  • A British trophy from the 1813 sack of Hampton

    A British trophy from the 1813 sack of Hampton
    Among the most evocative artifacts I've seen while preparing an upcoming series of stories on Hampton Roads and the War of 1812 is a rifle left behind by an American sharpshooter fleeing the field of a hopeless battle. Not only does this rare marked...
  • Inside the PD: Warwick's Johnson commits to JMU

    Inside the PD: Warwick's Johnson commits to JMU
    Cardon Johnson spent the final six weeks of his senior season on the sideline in street clothes. Suffice it to say, it wasn't the way he had hoped to finish his high school career. “Very disappointing,” said Johnson, Warwick's senior...
  • Inside the BRD: Poquoson's Todd Bowden leaves legacy of success with his peers

    Todd Bowden ends a 17-year career as Poquoson High boys basketball with no state title, but that's not really expected at a school with little talent. What he did leave behind, particularly with those he coached and coached against, was a legacy of...
  • Inside the BRD: York High lineman Cody Hendrickson commits to James Madison

    York High lineman Cody Hendrickson committed on Tuesday to play football for James Madison University. Hendrickson, who also received a scholarship offer from Richmond, said he committed during a visit to the campus in Harrisonburg. "It was my first...
  • Coast Guard is faulted in Lady D sinking

    The National Transportation Safety Board concluded yesterday that a cascading series of errors by the Coast Guard permitted the water taxi Lady D to carry too much weight to withstand wind and waves when it capsized in Baltimore Harbor in March 2004....
  • Lady D's survivors rely on faith, work

    Two years and a day after the water taxi Lady D flipped over in the frigid waters of Baltimore Harbor, the National Transportation Safety Board will meet in Washington on Tuesday to provide some long-awaited answers about what happened and why. But...
  • Poquoson's Burden, 61, earns gold in FINA World Masters Championships in diving | Community notebook

    Never in his wildest dreams could Jim Burden picture himself as a world champion. But he is. The 61-year-old Poquoson resident earned that global distinction by winning a gold medal in the 1-meter springboard diving event at the FINA World Masters...
  • Former longtime Lake County Sheriff George Knupp Jr. dies at 70

    Former longtime Lake County Sheriff George Knupp Jr. dies at 70
    TAVARES — At the peak of his law-enforcement career, George Knupp Jr. was arguably the most popular political figure in Lake County. The former four-term sheriff was credited with beefing up the department, adding programs and upgrading equipment....