With dozens of headlines every day, it’s easy to miss some here and there.
Keep the conversation going. Here are five stories from this week that got people talking:
For many families or travelers, timeshares guarantee a weeklong vacation each year. They are a great fit for some, but tread with caution. In early August, a Maryland couple filed a civil lawsuit against Williamsburg Plantation alleging they were coerced into buying a timeshare at a high interest rate. READ MORE
Across the street from the Williamsburg Pottery is a nearly-empty parking lot attached to a mostly-vacant shopping center. The unused parking spaces will soon host folding tables covered in items like gently used furniture, coins, jewelry and snacks as part of an outdoor flea market. READ MORE
Colonial Williamsburg wants to remove a parking lot in Merchants Square. Here’s what’s planned on that site
The P3 parking lot in downtown Williamsburg is tucked between shops and restaurants, but it soon could be transformed into a green field replete with benches and landscaping for lounging guests. READ MORE
In an effort to make more parking spots available during peak times of the day, repeat parking offenders will now have to pay larger fines as they rack up tickets. READ MORE
Downtown Williamsburg is getting a beer hall stocked with tacos and retro video games. READ MORE