With dozens of headlines every day, it’s easy to miss some here and there.
Get in on the conversation with this list of this week’s most-read WYDaily stories.
It’s that time of the year again, when snakes and bugs are beginning to come back out from winter hiding. READ MORE
This new program at W&M would require students to live on campus longer
In the fall, a new freshman class at William & Mary will pick out their dorm rooms for the very first time. READ MORE
Train travel is not a thing of the past — and the state, localities are pushing for more
Every day, trains rumble across railroad tracks in the Historic Triangle, carrying Amtrak passengers and coal east and west. READ MORE
Residents across the Peninsula will see a significant spike in recycling bills
As the subject of environmental care is brought to the forefront of national discussion, in the Peninsula it is becoming more difficult to recycle as costs continue to rise. READ MORE
Is Kepone the biggest health concern in the James River? Perhaps not
In the 1970s, news came to light that a pesticide manufacturer in Hopewell had been mishandling and releasing a toxic chemical into the James River, polluting fish and causing several neurological issues in its workers. READ MORE