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Cumberland Mint gaming facility breaking ground next month

Ground is expected to be broken next month on the Keeneland-Kentucky Downs historical racing/off-track betting facility in Williamsburg, which will be named Cumberland Mint. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login to...
Posted On 20 May 2021

W’burg seeking $2.5 million in new market tax credits

Williamsburg officials are hoping to get over $2 million in additional funding for an $8 million expansion project at the Kentucky Splash Waterpark. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login to view this content. Not a...
Posted On 19 May 2021

Little League baseball returns to Williamsburg Thursday

Baseball and softball are returning to Williamsburg this summer. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login to view this content. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 19 May 2021

Williamsburg eliminates nearly 200 tripping hazards from sidewalks

The elimination of nearly 200 tripping hazards on city sidewalks, the status of new body cameras for the Williamsburg Police Department and a new set of the Jaws of Life for the Williamsburg Fire Department were some of the topics discussed during the Williamsburg City Council’s...
Posted On 16 Apr 2021

New W’burg merchants’ group wants new tourism director named soon

A newly created Williamsburg merchants’ group would like to see a new Williamsburg Tourism Director named sooner rather than later, the group told the Williamsburg City Council during its monthly meeting Monday. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to...
Posted On 15 Apr 2021

Scaled back W’burg water park plans cut pool, but keep ballfields

Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison delivered some good news and some bad news to the Williamsburg City Council Monday regarding a planned multi-million project at the Kentucky Splash Waterpark, which was originally supposed to have started last year. The Williamsburg City Council...
Posted On 14 Apr 2021

W’burg water loss rate drops 17 percent after major leak fixed

So how much water loss could one water leak account for? Williamsburg maintenance workers labored in late January to repair South Second Street after a major water leak was found there, which caused a cavern under the road. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or...
Posted On 13 Mar 2021

W’burg City Council agrees to lease property for veteran’s treatment facilty

The Williamsburg City Council is moving forward with efforts to help land a privately-owned facility to treat veterans for post-traumatic stress disorder and substance abuse in the city. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day!...
Posted On 12 Mar 2021

W’burg waterpark expansion project slowed by ballooning costs

About 13 months ago, the Williamsburg City Council unveiled plans for a three-phase, $6 million plan to add two new softball fields, a new walking and bicycling path, new campground sites, a splash pad, and a swimming pool to attractions in or around the Kentucky Splash...
Posted On 11 Mar 2021

Williamsburg police getting body cameras

The widespread use of heroin locally, body cameras for the police department and a new set of the Jaws of Life for the fire department were three of the major topics addressed during the Williamsburg City Council’s monthly meeting Monday. Read this story and more for just $.99...
Posted On 10 Mar 2021