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September 13th, 2012 Online Home Page

Call the Yorktown Crier | The Poquoson Post at 757-898-7225Delaney Janson recently received the President's Award for service to the community from President W. Taylor Reveley III at the Opening Convocation at the College of William and Mary.(Read the Article)

This year,York County has given almost half-a-million dollars to the Williamsburg Regional Library. That amount is approximately twenty percent of the entire operating budget for the York County library system. (Read the Article)

Call the Yorktown Crier | The Poquoson Post at 757-898-7225The Gallery at York Hall will host two events to celebrate Arts Month this September. (Read the Article)

School is back in session ... be aware and drive safely. (Read the Article)

Editorial: A Great Way to Honor 9/11 As America remembers the events of September 11, 2001, the focus will rightfully be placed on the catastrophic event and the concomitant destruction of people, families and property. None of us alive on that day could forget it ... nor should we. (Read the Article)

Get the latest in Community Events for York County and Poquoson. (Read the Article)

Classic set for October 6th will benefit local Boy Scouts. For Poquoson, York and Williamsburg it's time to come out with guns blazing. The annual Colonial Clay Classic, benefiting the Boy Scouts of America, is set for Saturday, October 6th at Old Forges. (Read the Article)

Living Today by Pastor Donald Stuppy Things are never too messed up for Jesus. (Read the Article)

Obituaries for our area. (Read the Article)

Call the Yorktown Crier | The Poquoson Post at 757-898-7225Sharon Hrichak, wife of York County Supervisor George Hrichak, heals after finding a new way to fight crime. A recent traumatic accident has not stolen her wit! (Read the Article)

Call the Yorktown Crier | The Poquoson Post at 757-898-7225Tabb graduate earns national honors. Michelle Seywald, a recent graduate of Tabb High School, placed in the top ten percent at the national Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program held in Mobile, Alabama this summer. (Read the Article)

Call the Yorktown Crier | The Poquoson Post at 757-898-7225Virginia Secretary of Education Laura Fornash has visited countless classrooms during her career, but her recent visit to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) may have provided her the first opportunity to do so in a boat. (Read the Article)

Comment: I Was There ... A Witness Relives September 11, 2001 An excerpt from a remembrance of September 11, 2001 by Dan Hicks, who was attending a seminar in Manhattan with co-workers on that day. (Read the Article)

Who Burnt the Popcorn? By Silence Dogood Nelson (Number 6: "All Things Work to Good"). (Read the Article)

Sundberg stakes claim to fame. Redskins center plays with broken arm in victory over the New Orleans Saints. (Read the Article)

Many thought it would never actually happen, but the Washington Nationals followed through with their promise to limit the innings of their young superstar pitcher, Steven Strasburg. Coming off the "Tommy John" surgery last year, Strasburg has by all accounts felt well and pitched well during the 2012 season. (Read the Article)


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