The estate of a Williamsburg man, who had a blood alcohol level of more than three times the legal limit when he crashed his car into a rock wall last month, is suing the Corbin restaurant that allegedly sold him the alcohol.
Seth Richardson died during a fatal accident late Tuesday evening. Excessive speed and alcohol use are suspected factors in a crash late last Tuesday evening that killed a Williamsburg man. Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird said that the single-vehicle crash happened about 10 p.m. on Aug. 15 along US25W at Exit 15. “It [...]
Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird gave his annual report to the city council during its regular monthly meeting Monday. Last year Williamsburg residents voted to allow alcohol sales by the package and to make it easier for restaurants to sell alcohol by the drink, but the change hasn't resulted in more alcohol related [...]
The legal sale of alcohol by the package has begun in Williamsburg after two stores received their licenses Monday afternoon, and city officials think it will result in annual alcohol tax revenue that is in the six-figure range.
How soon will it be before Williamsburg residents can go to a place like Butch’s Market to buy a case of beer? Who will get a license to open a liquor store or stores in Williamsburg? How close can a business be to a school or church and still be allowed to sale alcohol?
These are some of the many questions on the mind of Williamsburg residents following a special election last Tuesday.