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.
After having closed its doors for about a month, the Williamsburg Regional Library reopened both the Williamsburg and James City County library buildings Tuesday, Feb. 16. READ MORE.
Since 1976, 113 Virginians have been executed, according to the Death Penalty Information Center. Now, it appears Virginia is on its way to ridding itself of the death penalty, joining 22 states that have already done so. READ MORE.
After weeks of residents navigating the COVID-19 vaccination registration system through their local health departments, the Virginia Department of Health launched a statewide central hub streamlining the vaccination process. READ MORE.
James City County Police investigate fatal car crash near Warhill Sports Complex
Authorities are investigating a car crash near the Warhill Sports Complex that left a James City County woman dead. READ MORE.
Less than two weeks ago, Gov. Ralph Northam said he expected all school divisions to reopen with in-person learning options available to students by March 15. Northam’s comments were not considered an official mandate, so what do the York County School Division and Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools plan to do? READ MORE.
A Williamsburg man at the Capitol riot in Washington on Jan. 6 was arrested by FBI agents from the Norfolk FBI office Tuesday. READ MORE.