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Monthly Archives: September, 2022

Williamsburg Chef Makes First Appearance On Hell’s Kitchen

YORK-Local chef Ileana D’Silva made her national debut on the 21st season premiere of Hell’s Kitchen on Thursday, September 29. D’Silva, who’s worked at Casa Pearl in Greater Williamsburg for the past...

James City County Provides Updates On Two Big Projects During Community Conversations Event

JAMES CITY-Residents of James City County were invited to a Community Conversations event on Thursday, September 29 to hear updates on two projects the county is pursuing in the next few years. Roughly...

Work Progressing On BoAT Trail From Jamestown To Fort Monroe

WILLIAMSBURG – Thanks to the Virginia Capital Trail, cyclists, runners, walkers, and others can travel east from Richmond to Jamestown without competing with motor vehicles. If a companion project in its early...

Gloucester Commemorating Battle Of The Hook Oct. 1-2

GLOUCESTER – The Battle of the Hook, a key event in the American Revolution, took place Oct. 3, 1781. This weekend, the Gloucester Museum of History is commemorating the 241st anniversary with...

Cruisers Bike Rentals Adds Indian Fields Tavern As Bike Pickup Site

CHARLES CITY- Cruisers Bike Rentals is adding a second pickup spot for contactless bike rentals at Indian Fields Tavern. The new addition at Indian Fields Tavern, which is located at 9220 John Tyler...

The Wagsters Magic Theatre Offering Discounted Tickets In Support Of LLS Fundraiser

JAMES CITY-The Wagsters Magic Theatre is joining several other magic theatres along the East Coast in raising money during the month of October for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). Brandon and Hannah...

Two New Stores Headed To Patrick Henry Mall

NEWPORT NEWS-Patrick Henry Mall on Jefferson Avenue in Newport News will soon welcome two new retailers. A new women’s clothing store as well as a sports apparel shop are set to open in...

Jamestown Rediscovery Dedicates Book to Historic Interpreter

Four hundred and three years ago, the first Africans were forcibly brought to Point Comfort, at the mouth of the James River, on the date recorded in the colonialist John Rolfe’s letters...