ICYMI: Colonial Parkway, COVID-19 hotline, utility relief and more

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With dozens of headlines every day, it’s easy to miss some here and there. Get in on the conversation with this list of WYDaily’s most-read stories from the past week.

Local murders

A new tv production will premiere on the Oxygen Network about a series of murder cases that have become more legend than reality in the Historic Triangle. READ MORE.

Get your tv remotes ready: ‘Lover’s Lane Murders’ TV series covers the Colonial Parkway Murders

Tax returns

A new year means tax time is just around the corner. READ MORE.

Five things you need to know: Taxes in a pandemic

Vaccine FAQs

There are many questions about the vaccination process, like when is it available and where can people get it? READ MORE.

Have questions about the new vaccination clinic? Williamsburg, James City County have a new phone line for that

Same restrictions

Gov. Ralph Northam issued an executive order on Wednesday extending the state’s December restrictions through the end of February. The current restrictions, which closed bars and limited restaurant capacity as well as social gatherings, was set to expire this week. READ MORE.

Gov. Northam extends COVID-19 restrictions through the end of February

Late bills

Some localities in the Historic Triangle are providing relief for citizens struggling to pay bills. READ MORE.

Behind on your utility bills? These programs might help

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