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.
Fighting for change
It all started when Jamie Van Cleave was called a demon by an eighth grade classmate. READ MORE.
York H.S. student with epilepsy fights for changes in schools
On March 27, the Tabb High School (THS) football team received this year’s Hovis Cup, a sportsmanship award given each year by York County School Division (YCSD). This accolade has special meaning to THS as it bears the name of the school’s former football coach. READ MORE.
Effective Monday, April 5, the Virginia Department of Health’s Peninsula and Hampton Health Districts will move into 1c COVID-19 vaccinations. READ MORE.
Since 1895, Williamsburg Drug Company has been serving local residents for their medication needs. READ MORE.
Williamsburg Drug Co. brings specialized care to its customers
During the March 23 James City County Board of Supervisors (BOS) meeting, it was unanimously voted to approve allocating $324,000 for the Pedestrian and Bicycle Accommodation Construction and Maintenance Funds. READ MORE.