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It’s both big and little things that make a vibrant community and give it a sense of place and identity. more

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Twenty years ago, Pam Sawyer and her husband Tim Sawyer opened Country Cottage as a garden center and gift shop. more

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Local Business News in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula more

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What's new, now and trending in Williamsburg. more

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Felix Vlad, 48, James City County more

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Find the perfect place in Williamsburg for your first date. more

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Humans aren’t the only ones who like to indulge in a sweet treat every now and then—dogs do too. more

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From morning ‘til night, folks can indulge in baked goods in Williamsburg. more

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No need to trek outside of Williamsburg for authentic ethnic cuisine. It’s all right here. more

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Whistle Belly has become the premier Williamsburg beer event that raises money for a worthy non-profit. more

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Craft Beverages Get People Circulating Locally more

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Williamsburg Winery Founder Patrick Duffeler Talks History more

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It’s the fifth year for the Williamsburg Craft Beer Festival (WCBF), hosted by the Rotary Club of Williamsburg and the Young Emerging Professionals of Williamsburg (YEP). more

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New Year, Nutrition Boost more

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William & Mary’s Elizabeth Wiley acts out her Perfect Day in Williamsburg more

Life

Celebrate with a Wine Crawl more

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15 year-old teenager Sophie Freiling tells us about her perfect day in Williamsburg. more

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Every dollar spent at a local restaurant generates twice the bucks for the local economy. There are options for every palate, craving and occasion. From sushi to hearty comfort food such as meat loaf, eat well when you dine locally. more

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There’s a certain sense of pride in making a living in the small town where you grew up. Carol Mead Smith and her brother KG both left Warsaw for Richmond’s Virginia Commonwealth University and both found their way back to Warsaw to open restaurants. more

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The Urbanna Oyster Festival has come a long way from hula hoop contests and beauty pageants. Begun in 1958, the festival attracted 2,000 people the first year and doubled that to 4,000 the next. more

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