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The Governor's Palace at Colonial Williamsburg. (WYDaily/File photo)

$861,080 of Grants Awarded to Local Tourism Initiatives

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STATEWIDE- Across Virginia, 64 tourism initiatives are now the recipients of  grants totaling up to $861,080 as part of the Virginia Tourism Corporation’s (VTC)...

Greater Williamsburg Business Council to Highlight Edge District Businesses With Event

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THE EDGE DISTRICT -- The Greater Williamsburg Business Council will host Running with Scissors (RWS), an event that will be a series of back-to-back...

Virginia Beer Company Celebrates Pride with Friends Of Dorothy Hazy IPA

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EDGE DISTRICT -- Beer, people, purpose. These are the three priorities the Virginia Beer Company (VBC) holds close to its heart.  So when an opportunity...

Column 15 celebrates grand opening weekend with community

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WILLIAMSBURG -- A local coffee staple officially has a permanent home.  The nitro brew coffee business, Column 15, had its grand opening this weekend at...
Shoofly Dairy Bar would be another business located in the district. (WYDaily/File Photo)

Edge District moves forward with branding new entertainment destination

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A new branding plan to market “The Edge District” in the Historic Triangle is moving forward at full-force, despite challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. The...
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Five things you need to know: The Edge District

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The local area is changing all the time but recently, localities in the Historic Triangle have been trying to create a new "Edge District"...
Shoofly Dairy Bar would be another business located in the district. (WYDaily/File Photo)

The Edge District comes to the area to create an entertainment destination

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Plans for branding a new district at the corners of three localities in the Historic Triangle aim to bring vibrancy and interest to the...
The Tequila Rose sits vacant on Merrimac Trail in James City County in a June 2018 Google Maps image. (WYDaily/Courtesy of Google Maps)

Preventing vacant businesses in the Historic Triangle a challenge — here’s what might save them

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For some businesses along Merrimac Trail and Second Street, business is booming. Virginia Beer Co. continuously crafts new brews for customers; Shorty’s bustles daily with a...