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Duke of York Hotel Has New Ownership, New Name and New Look

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YORKTOWN -- The only waterfront hotel on this side of the Peninsula, the Duke of York Hotel, has been a fixture on the Yorktown...

An “air of colonial elegance”: A new look for the King’s Arms Tavern

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WILLIAMSBURG -- One restaurant has gotten a face lift just in time for summer. The King’s Arms Tavern has kicked off the tourism season with...

Here’s an update on the James City County Marina renovations

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JAMESTOWN -- The renovation project at the James City County Marina is well underway. The project was started on Nov. 27, 2020 and has two...
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Attention York County biz owners: You may qualify for one of these programs

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York County's economic development office created two new grant programs this year geared toward local business owners. The grants were approved in August and went...
William Fox exits the caboose at the Norge Depot. The caboose is still in need of work, which relies on a varying flow of money and volunteer work. (WYDaily/Sarah Fearing)

Norge Depot’s caboose still needs volunteer work, restoration nearly 4 years after the move

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For four years, a rusty red train caboose sat quietly in a field in New Kent, slowly showing more wear from the elements as...

Kids Cove closed for more than 3 weeks to install this safety feature

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VIRGINIA BEACH -- Before the summer is over, take the kids to Mount Trashmore to check out the newest safety feature on the playground. After...
The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg is undergoing an expansion, which should be complete in 2019. (Troy Jefferson/ WYDaily).

This is why this part of Nassau Street is closed, and will be for a while

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Those driving around downtown might want to steer clear of roads near the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. In a tweet, the city of Williamsburg...
The first view a visitor will get when they pull into the driveway. Bost said he was told that when the house was built in 1984, each brick cost $1.83. (WYDaily/Benjamin West)

Where We Live: A cozy castle

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Driving to this home could end in disaster. Owners Steve and Dee Bost said about half of GPSes get it wrong, taking a visitor...