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Monthly Archives: May, 2022

Williamsburg Regional Library Hosting Anime Con June 5

WILLIAMSBURG-On Sunday, June 5, the Williamsburg Regional Library will host its first-ever Anime Con. The event will be held from 1pm to 5pm in downtown Williamsburg at the library, which is located...

Water Country USA Still Recruiting

YORK-Water Country USA is looking for workers to fill a variety of positions at the water park. Jobs are available in retail, park operations, lifeguarding, food and beverage, and other areas. Perks...

York County Economic Development Director Jim Noel Retires After Long Career

YORK – Jim Noel is straightforward when explaining how his career path switched from city manager/county administrator to economic development. “I recognized I have probably more aptitude for economic development, and it fit...

Big Tent Returns To The Newport News Greek Festival This Year

NEWPORT NEWS—The Newport News Greek Festival will be held outside again for the first time since the covid-19 pandemic introduced the world to social distancing. Previous festivals have progressed from well-choreographed, take-out...

Owners of Bay Haven Grille In Grafton Are On The Lookout For A Buyer

YORK- According to a social media post on Bay Haven Grille's Facebook page, the owners of the casual American cuisine eatery are looking to sell the establishment. The following message was posted...

3e Restoration Will Present Film About Social Displacement On June 6

WILLIAMSBURG-3e Restoration invites the public to view a short film titled “Only Us” at 6pm on Monday, June 6, at the Kimball Theatre. The documentary centers around the story of a local...

Less Than, Region’s First Zero Waste And Refill Shop, Offers Sustainable Alternatives

HAMPTON-One local entrepreneur is promoting sustainable alternatives to patrons through the region's first zero waste and refill shop. Chris Simmonds first created the online sustainability shop Less Than in February 2020 during the...

Blackbeard Pirate Festival Returns To Downtown Hampton June 3-5

HAMPTON—After a two-year break, the popular and nationally recognized Blackbeard Pirate Festival will be back in Hampton June 3–5. Costumed re-enactors will take visitors back to 1718 when the notorious Blackbeard was sailing...