Mobile DMV office to visit Yorktown Library


Update: Due to mechanical issues, the DMV2Go scheduled for Jan. 25 has been cancelled by the DMV. The next visit is scheduled for Wednesday, April 12. Residents who need to pay a visit to the Department of Motor Vehicles will have an opportunity to conduct their business at the library instead. A press release from York […]

Art at the River Committee calls for artists

(Courtesy Art at the River Committee)

Yorktown’s annual Art at the River Juried Art Show takes place on May 7, but an important deadline for artists wishing to participate will arrive before the end of January. Artists must submit their applications by Jan. 30, according to a press release from the Art at the River Committee. The application fee is $30 and the application […]

York County students to make up snow days on January 30

(Courtesy York County School Division.)

The York County School Division has announced a make-up day as a result of three snow days due to winter storm Helena. Monday, Jan. 30 was originally scheduled as a teacher work day, but will now be a regular school day for all YCSD students, according to an automated phone message. “When considering the options […]

3 Amigos opens in York County, bringing Mexican food to Nelson’s Grant


A new restaurant has opened in Yorktown and fans of Mexican food are finding a reason to celebrate. 3 Amigos Mexican Restaurant opened Monday in Nelson’s Grant on Route 17. The restaurant is the sixth 3 Amigos restaurant in Hampton Roads, with other locations in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Yorktown on Kiln Creek Parkway, and in […]

York County Board of Supervisors elects new chair


York County’s Board of Supervisors elected a new chairman Tuesday night. According to a county press release, Sheila S. Noll of District 2 will serve as Board Chair in 2017. Jeffrey D. Wassmer (District 4) was elected Vice Chairman. Noll is serving her sixth term on the Board of Supervisors and has previously served as […]

‘Swept under the rug,’ local business to close after Rt. 17 construction

Brenda Horton's store in the Washington Square Shopping Center will be closing in 2017. (Andrew Harris/WYDaily.)

As York County businesses get ready to celebrate the end of construction on Route 17, one area business is getting ready to close its doors. Brenda Horton has owned and operated Twice Upon a Time for nearly seven years.  She said she moved her “baby, toddler and maternity second-hand store” into the Washington Square Shopping […]