With dozens of headlines every week, it’s easy to miss some here and there. Get in on the conversation. Here are this week’s most-read stories.
The Newport News City Council recently approved an ordinance to add video cameras to school buses. READ MORE.
Air travel is overwhelming enough for anyone with having to get a boarding pass, check bags, go through security, and then systematically board a plane. For people with autism or any other intellectual or developmental disability, the process of it all combined with added crowds, lights, and sounds, can be nothing less than daunting, said Josi Washington, a spokeswoman for VersAbility Resources. READ MORE.
When one door closes, another opens — at least in the case of the Kroger grocery store locations in Hampton. Kroger officials announced in a recent news release the store’s location on Coliseum Drive is closing Tuesday before the newest location on Mercury Boulevard opens Wednesday. READ MORE.
As a paying member of BJ’s Wholesale Club, Brian Imes regularly visits the location at Power Plant Parkway in Hampton, often making stops to other retail stores around it, including Lowe’s Home Improvement, and further down, Bass Pro Shops. READ MORE.
In the line of duty
The Newport News Police Department is mourning one of their own – an officer died from her injuries after being dragged by a car during a traffic stop. READ MORE