REGIONAL — Miss something this week? Here are some of the top stories from WYDaily for the week of July 5-11, 2021:
For this week’s edition of our limited series, Landmark Lost, take a journey with our managing editor, Nancy Sheppard, to Union Hill, a well-preserved ghost town to see what was left behind:
Want to have your own piece of Busch Gardens Williamsburg (BGW) nostalgia while helping a very deserving nonprofit organization? Now is your chance as items from BGW, including vehicles from three major attractions, are being auctioned off:
Habitat for Humanity has partnered with Aquist to build in Williasmburg a 3D printed house; the first of its kind on the east coast:
Waypoint set to reopen under new ownership:
You may not know his name but Albert Durant was a trailblazer, photographing the Black community in Williamsburg during segregation.
Former masseur convicted of sexually assaulting a number of victims at his place of employment, the Williamsburg MassageLuXe location:
After marijuana laws loosen in Virginia, many are concerned what this means for roadway safety. WYDaily’s Gabrielle Rente sets the record straight as to what this means in the Commonwealth: