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Home: James City County Age: 53 Family: Husband Ken Schmidt; daughter Elizabeth 21; son Lewis, 18 Career: Freelance writer with two part-time jobs, including communications director for BikeWalk Virginia and park interpreter at New Quarter Park for...
Daily PressProfession: Attorney at law and founder of Zaremba Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law at 123 Bulifants Blvd., Williamsburg, VA 23188, phone (757)259-0707, www.zarembalaw.com Age: 68 Home: Bruton District of York County, which he also serves as a...
Daily PressCIVIC GROUPS Kiwanis by the Bay. 7 a.m. every Thursday at the Blue Phantom Inn, Phoebus High School, 100 Ireland St., Hampton. Information: Charles French, 788-4673. Woman's Club of Williamsburg. 11:30 a.m. select Wednesdays, Ford's Colony Club House, 1...
757-247-4781Fall, not spring, is the time to rejuvenate your summer-stressed lawn. It's also the best time to put in a new one. Cooler weather gives fescue the time to sink good roots before summer's heat arrives. Warm-season lawns like Bermuda can be sodded now...
757-247-4781The window where you stand to watch the birds feed or your roses bloom could be the biggest energy drain on your house. Windows are huge thermal holes, places where you can lose as much as 30 to 40 percent of your heating and cooling costs, according to...
757-247-7874A study about parks in Hampton Roads that is intended to demonstrate a need to keep much of Fort Monroe as parkland was denounced by some and praised by others on Tuesday. Citizens for a Fort Monroe National Park paid $15,000 for a national nonprofit...
Daily PressYou're barkin' up the right tree when you plant a Natchez crape myrtle or a lacebark elm in your yard. When the crape myrtle's white flowers and leaves drop, leaving nothing but bare branches, you get to enjoy the tree's beautiful bark -- a rich cinnamon-...
Tags: Virginia, Culture, Arts and Culture, James City County, Feet
757-247-4781Are you ready for some summer fun by playing "What plant is this?" for the next five e-letters. Wait to e-mail me your answers to the game at the end of August when we feature the last mystery plant. We'll give our prizes such as tickets to Norfolk...
757-247-4738As the fight over banning payday lending in Washington, D.C., was reaching its climax last month, two former Check 'n Go managers in that region turned on their employer as whistle-blowers. William Harrod, who grew up in York County and trained at a...
Tags: Social Security, Texas, Gaming, Politics, Elections
During the late summer of 1918, Americans were gripped by news from the European front as World War I neared its end. They didn't dream that a larger, more deadly battle would soon be fought on U.S. soil. The influenza pandemic of 1918 killed about 500,...
Daily PressWomen who ride Harleys have one thing in common. They are quick to say it's a life-changing moment. "The freedom you feel is just awesome," says Linda Cooke, an officer with the Ladies of Harley for Hampton Roads Harley Davidson Harley Owners Group. "If...
Tags: New Hampshire, Bike Week, Family, Vehicles, Pets
Daily PressThree local women -- Carol Donahue, 41, of York County; Heather Harmon, 35, of James City County; and Darlene Mormon, 51, of Hampton -- recently enjoyed makeovers at The Spa at Kingsmill in Williamsburg. Here you meet the stylists who orchestrated...
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