Williamsburg shopping centers to get a makeover

March 29, 2018 by  

Two shopping centers in Williamsburg – the Monticello Shopping Center and the Williamsburg Shopping Center – are going to be revamped as part of one large city project.

Broad Street Realty is [Read more]

Williamsburg university names its first woman president

February 26, 2018 by  

For the first time since William & Mary was founded in Williamsburg 325 years ago, the university has named a woman as its president.

Katherine Rowe, who [Read more]

USA Today awards title to Colonial Williamsburg

January 30, 2018 by  

USA Today 10Best, a part of USA Today, gives travelers unbiased and original travel advice from experts throughout the world. The organization recently awarded the title of 2017’s “Best Virginia Attraction” to Colonial Williamsburg, according to [Read more]

City Council finalizing agenda for Virginia General Assembly

December 24, 2017 by  

In January, the Williamsburg City Council will go before the Virginia General Assembly with its legislative agenda.

Two of the [Read more]

Williamsburg shopping centers to be renovated

November 27, 2017 by  

Bethesda real estate firm Broad Street Realty is planning major changes in Williamsburg. The firm plans to buy the Monticello Shopping Center soon, and will also redevelop the Williamsburg Shopping Center.

Most of the [Read more]

Mellow Mushroom and more to open in Williamsburg

October 25, 2017 by  

Colonial Williamsburg recently announced new companies will be moving into the historic district’s Merchants Square, among them the Mellow Mushroom. [Read more]

Williamsburg debates short-term rentals

September 29, 2017 by  

Williamsburg City Council is currently in discussion over how and where such short-term accommodations should be allowed.

Much of the [Read more]

Colonial Williamsburg may sell land

August 26, 2017 by  

Bryan Hill, the James County administrator, announced he has been given permission to talk to the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation about buying some of the Foundation’s land. Hill says he will meet soon with Mitchell Reiss, president of the foundation, to start discussions about the potential purchase. [Read more]