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Monthly Archives: March, 2022

Six Individuals Elected To the Board of Trustees Of Williamsburg Community Foundation

WILLIAMSBURG-Six new members were recently elected to serve on the Board of Trustees for Williamsburg Community Foundation (WCF). Among those that were elected are: David E. Bush, a CPA and certified financial planner...

Young Business Leaders Offer Advice For Entrepreneurial Success

WILLIAMSBURG-According to three young entrepreneurs from the Greater Williamsburg area, in order to succeed as a business owner, you need to do your homework, be willing to put forth the effort, and...

Model Armored Military Vehicles On Display April 7-9

NEWPORT NEWS—The Armor Modeling and Preservation Society (AMPS) will bring its 26th International Convention to Newport News, showcasing hundreds of model cars, tanks, jeeps, artillery, and even miniature figures—representing many nations and...

Huntington Ingalls Industries Celebrates New Graduates Of The Apprentice School

NEWPORT NEWS—Huntington Ingalls Industries recently hosted a commencement ceremony for 170 graduates of the company’s Apprentice School at Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS). The event was held at Liberty Live Church in Hampton. NNS...

Six In Running For Gloucester County Administrator

GLOUCESTER – The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors has narrowed its list of candidates for the next county administrator to six. The Berkley Group, an executive search firm hired by the county, met...

Grove Christian Outreach Center Nourishes Bodies and Souls Within The Community

JAMES CITY-Grove Christian Outreach Center has been ministering to the physical and spiritual needs of financially-struggling and disadvantaged residents of the Grove community for the past 22 years. Last year, the nonprofit...

CDR Raises More Than $118,000 In Annual Bid N’ Buy Auction

WILLIAMSBURG-The recent silent auction held by Child Development Resources (CDR) raised more than $118,000 for the organization. Online and in-person bidders participated in the annual event to raise funds for CDR, which...

Hampton Honors Businesses Who’ve Been In Operation For More Than Half A Century

HAMPTON-Hampton is fortunate to have more than two dozen businesses that have been in operation in the city for 50 years or more. The Hampton City Council took the opportunity to recognize...