ICYMI: New estate business, unpaid water bills, retail space behind Popeyes and more

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Get in on the conversation with this week’s most-read stories from WYDaily.

This growing Williamsburg company will take those old things off your hands

Laura Kinsman loves looking through items that others have left behind. READ MORE

Williamsburg Estate Services has moved to a new and bigger location at 1820 Jamestown Road. (WYDaily/Courtesy James City County)
Williamsburg Estate Services has moved to a new and bigger location at 1820 Jamestown Road. (WYDaily/Courtesy James City County)

A tenant’s unpaid water bill can eventually become a landlord’s problem. Say what?

Picture this. You’re a landlord in Virginia. It’s been months since one of your previous tenants moved out, taking their furniture, pots and pans, bedding and other possessions with them. READ MORE

(WYDaily/File photo)
(WYDaily/File photo)

Speculation aside, here’s the status on the 3-tenant retail project behind Popeyes

Speculation has been abundant when it comes to the three-tenant building behind Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen on Richmond Road in Williamsburg: It’s a Krispy Kreme, an auto parts store, a Sunoco, vape shop, fast food restaurant and more. READ MORE

A rendering shows details of a retail building being built behind Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen on Richmond Road. (WYDaily/Courtesy City of Williamsburg)
A rendering shows details of a retail building being built behind Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen on Richmond Road. (WYDaily/Courtesy City of Williamsburg)

TED Talk speaker coming to Williamsburg to discuss the impacts of social media on students

As technology and smartphone use increases in school classroom, one Williamsburg woman wants to bring education to the area about potential side effects. READ MORE

Cell phone users may one day be able to hop on 5G networks in Williamsburg.(WYDaily/Courtesy Pixabay user StockSnap)
(WYDaily/Courtesy Pixabay)

Owner of stolen cow accused of threatening local sanctuary owner

“Life with Pigs” owner Ryan Phillips has filed a criminal complaint against 57-year-old Anthony Scott Braglio for “profane, threatening or indecent language over public airways or by other means.” READ MORE

Ryan Phillips spends his days spreading veganism around Greater Williamsburg with his three little pigs. (Alexa Doiron/WYDaily)
Ryan Phillips spends his days promoting veganism around Greater Williamsburg with his three little pigs. (Alexa Doiron/WYDaily)

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