ICYMI: Your Top Stories from June 20-27, 2021

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REGIONAL — Miss something this week? Here are some of the top stories from WYDaily for the week of June 20-27, 2021:

For this week’s edition of Landmark Lost, begin exploring the Tidewater’s only World’s Fair, the Jamestown Tercentennial Exposition of 1907. This is the first in a two part special edition of this series!

Landmark Lost: The Jamestown Tercentennial Exposition Part 1

The new Delta Variant of COVID-19 has brought new concern:

Delta Variant Brings Concern

Here is the latest regarding the Grafton Annex of the York County Public Library:

What’s Going on with the Yorktown Library and Grafton Annex

Live theater schedule for Williamsburg Players’ season has been released:

Live Theatre Returns to Williamsburg Players Stage For ‘21-22 Season

Peel away the many layers of the Yorktown Onion:

The Many Layers of the Yorktown Onion

There is another invasive species that threatens Virginia: The Spotted Lanternfly:

Invasive Insect Poses Large Threat to Virginia Crops

Local musician talks about the return to in-person events as summer music concert series are returning to the Historic Triangle:

Slapnation’s Dave Kreiselman Talks the Return of Yorktown’s Sounds of Summer

New building proposed for Busch Gardens Williamsburg:

New Building Proposed for Busch Gardens

Sen. Warner introduces bill to encourage manufacturers to bring semiconductor build operations back to the United States:

Warner Introduces Bill to Encourage More U.S.-Made Semiconductors

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