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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

ICYMI: The week’s business news roundup

With dozens of headlines every day, it’s easy to miss some here and there.

Keep the conversation going: Here are five business stories from this week that got people talking:

  • The Master Craftsmen Shop, which has operated near Merchants Square on North Boundary Street since 1982, will close its doors as owner and operator Holly Shields retires, according to a press release. Master Craftsmen Shop offers locally-made handcrafted jewelry, collectibles, ornaments and gifts.

https://wydaily.com/2017/11/01/master-craftsmen-shop-will-close-for-good-anniversary-sale-begins-thursday-biz/

  • A Sam’s Club whose arrival in York County has been anticipated since 2013 is still no closer to opening, according to officials with the company and the county.

https://wydaily.com/2017/11/03/four-years-and-counting-still-no-sams-club-at-marquis-shopping-center/

  • The announcement of a Mellow Mushroom moving to Merchants Square has been greeted with excitement from students eager for a new pizzeria following the closing of The Crust this past summer.

https://wydaily.com/2017/11/01/opening-this-spring-mellow-mushroom-stirs-excitement-for-students-biz/

  • A plan to develop 81 new homes in Ford’s Colony is moving forward through the county’s approval process. The James City Planning Commission has recommended a proposal to build the homes after a 5-2 vote Wednesday evening.

https://wydaily.com/2017/11/02/81-new-homes-could-join-fords-colony-nws/

  • If you love books and sweets, there are two new reasons to swing by the Williamsburg Premium Outlets. Book Warehouse, a discount retailer, and See’s Candies are now open at the outlet mall, according to a release.

https://wydaily.com/2017/11/03/candy-and-discount-book-stores-open-for-business-at-williamsburg-outlets-biz/

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