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Lawman to businessman
After about 32 years of serving York County and Poquoson working at the sheriff’s office, Capt. Troy Lyons is retiring — effective Jan. 1. But it doesn’t end there. READ MORE
From lawman to businessman: This York-Poquoson Sheriff’s captain is taking a leap
Police on Monday said an arrest has been made in connection with a suspicious package call last month which led to a bomb squad and FBI searching a man’s home in James City County. READ MORE
Remember when a bomb squad searched a man’s home in James City County? There’s been an arrest
Citing rising coronavirus positive cases and hospitalizations, Gov. Ralph Northam on Thursday imposed news restrictions ahead of the Christmas and New Year holidays. READ MORE
Northam imposes added COVID-19 restrictions – curfew, 10-person limit among them
Open it up
Some parents want the school divisions to reopen full-time and have in-person classes. READ MORE
‘Closing schools should not be an option:’ WJCC parents petition school board for in-person classes
State of the City
The core of the address was to inspire residents to imagine what the next 20 years of Williamsburg will look like, bringing up ideas and propositions from the city’s strategic planning retreat a few months ago. READ MORE
Did you get a chance to watch Williamsburg’s State of the City Address? Here are the highlights