Federal government awards Williamsburg agency $2m

October 29, 2018 by  

Bacon Street Youth and Family Services in Williamsburg recently received a federal grant in the amount of $2m to help their work with young adults and adolescents who are homeless, or struggling with [Read more]

Beer and entertainment venue planned for Williamsburg

September 22, 2018 by  

The Amber Ox Public House brewpub owners recently finalized a lease for a space in Merchant’s Square in Williamsburg, where they plan to open a Precarious Beer Hall.

The co-owner of [Read more]

Brass Tap opening in Williamsburg

August 18, 2018 by  

The New Town Shops on Main, a new entertainment, shopping, and dining venue in Williamsburg, will be home to a new Brass Tap franchise location. [Read more]

Williamsburg Regional Library considers new facility

July 27, 2018 by  

Since the Williamsburg Library, located on Scotland Street, cannot support all its patrons, the Williamsburg Regional Library (WRL) system is considering where to build a new facility.

The WRL has [Read more]

Busch Gardens expands and adds attractions

June 21, 2018 by  

The James City County Board of Supervisors approved a waiver to a height limitation at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg recently, a move that will allow the park to construct a new attraction in its Ireland area.

Although details of [Read more]

Next step approved in townhouse development

May 27, 2018 by  

The Williamsburg Planning Commission has recommended the city council approve a request for a zoning change. The request was made by Holly Hills LLC, which wants to build 38 new townhomes on [Read more]

New businesses opening in Williamsburg

April 30, 2018 by  

Publix, a chain of supermarkets based in Florida, has announced it will be moving into the Greater Williamsburg area when it opens a new store in Monticello Marketplace.

The new grocery store will [Read more]

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]

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