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Graduates hung from the windows of their cars as those in the crowd cheered. (WYDaily/Alexa Doiron)

Drive-thru processional on DoG Street honors local high school graduates

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“Start your engines!” That call echoed Thursday as a row of cars filled with high school graduates drove down Duke of Gloucester Street. It was a...
Duke of Gloucester Street (WYDaily file/Courtesy of the city of Williamsburg)

Here are some non-coronavirus local stories you may have missed

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With dozens of local coronavirus stories dominating the news cycle every day, it’s easy to miss some other news here and there. Here are some...
Duke of Gloucester Street (WYDaily file/Courtesy of the city of Williamsburg)

DoG Street is going to get darker, but only for the summer. Here’s the deal

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After next week, Williamsburg residents will see a newly paved -- and black -- Duke of Gloucester Street. But not to worry, the color is...
The Williams-Sonoma store at Merchants Square will close in a few weeks. (WYDaily/ Julia Marsigliano)

Williams-Sonoma at Merchants Square is closing

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The Williams-Sonoma storefront at Merchants Square will be no more. A big, white sign in the front window with the words "THANK YOU" stated the...
Kurt Smith and Bill Barker as the younger and older Thomas Jefferson at the Wythe House. (Courtesy Summer 2016 Trend & Tradition Magazine and Colonial Williamsburg)

Inside Colonial Williamsburg: Meet the men who keep Thomas Jefferson alive

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Kurt Smith looked up from his shoes. Before him sat an older version of himself. Smith was auditioning for the role of Governor Thomas Jefferson...
King is one of hundreds of interpreters who work at Colonial Williamsburg. (Sarah Fearing/WYDaily)

Inside Colonial Williamsburg: The life of historical interpreter Dara King, 27

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Virginia’s summer humidity had infiltrated the small house on Duke of Gloucester Street by the time Dara King rose at 7:30 a.m. By 8 a.m.,...
Matt and Mara Dudley are two dog lovers. During the photo session after their wedding, a stranger walked by with his dog. The newlyweds called him over and posed with the dog. (Courtesy Daniel Gorman)

2 rings and 400 dogs: Couple attends dog parade the morning of their wedding

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Heritage Humane Society is accustomed to making matches, but the animal shelter doesn’t typically match people in holy matrimony. However, Heritage served as the opening...
Many of the protesters brought homemade signs to the March for Our Lives. (Andrew Harris/WYDaily)

March for Our Lives Williamsburg draws more than a thousand gun control advocates

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More than a thousand peaceful protesters gathered before the Colonial Capitol Saturday afternoon with a message. “Enough is enough.” Chants such as this echoed along Duke of...