With dozens of headlines every day, it’s easy to miss some here and there.
Get caught up with this list of most-read stories on WYDaily this week.
Williamsburg’s ‘beloved barfly’ is turning 100 — and she wants the town to come to her party
On Sept. 15, Barb will have a real spaghetti meal — one of her favorites — at the local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4639. READ MORE
A new play at Jamestown Settlement is using witchcraft to tell the story of women. Yes, witchcraft
It’s the witching hour in Williamsburg as a new play comes to Jamestown Settlement to immerse the audience in a 17th century witch trial. READ MORE
Operation Cookout: 39 people accused of using Hampton Roads as a distribution point for heroin, fentanyl
U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia G. Zachary Terwilliger stood alongside federal and local law enforcement officials from Newport News and Hampton to announce “a significant law enforcement action” at his office in Norfolk Thursday. READ MORE
What’s new at W&M? Crosswalk lights, degree options, a tribute garden and more
Although William & Mary is centuries old, the university continues to evolve, and each new academic year brings changes with it, from the subtle to the significant. READ MORE
When it comes to the largest industries, how do wages in Hampton Roads stack up?
There are a lot of things that make Hampton Roads — and its traffic — as busy as it is. READ MORE