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Local Mother Continues to Honor Son Who Lost Battle with Mental Health and Addiction

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WILLIAMSBURG -- On January 20, 2019, Ryan Philip Taylor lost his struggle with mental health and addiction at only 21 years old. Since then, his mother,...

From the Mound to the Mic: Local Musician Nathan Lienard

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WILLIAMSBURG -- In typical settings, it is hard not to notice Nathan Lienard. At well over six feet tall with broad shoulders, a full beard...

YCSD Announces September Seniors of the Month

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YORK COUNTY -- York County School Division (YCSD) has announced its September 2021 Seniors of the Month. Each high school selects a student each month...
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HRSD to Hold Public Meeting About Pressure Reducing Station Project

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YORK COUNTY -- The Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) will present the preliminary plan for the new proposed pressure reducing station near Tabb High...

York County Mother Wants VDOT to Be Consistent with Roadside Memorial Rules

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YORK COUNTY -- After a year-and-a-half, Tammy Gweedo McGee is being told that she must remove a roadside memorial for her son.   After complaints from...

Yorktown Rotary Club Awards Scholarships to York County H.S. Students

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YORKTOWN -- The Rotary Club of Yorktown has awarded $1,500 scholarships to three York County High School graduating seniors.  Every year, the Yorktown Rotary Club...
Conner Guida died in a car crash in October but his mother, Tammy Williams Guida, is keeping his memory alive with a new soccer tournament. (WYDaily/Courtesy Tammy Williams Guida)

Mother Asks for Empty Seat at Graduation for Deceased Student, YCSD Refuses

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YORK COUNTY -- As Tabb High School seniors get ready for the most anticipated day of their high school careers, one student who would...

Gov. Northam Holds Ceremonial Signing of “Conner’s Law”

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YORK COUNTY -- Tammy Gweedo McGee has been able to turn her pain and tragedy into something positive. On Wednesday, June 9, Gov. Ralph Northam...