With dozens of headlines every day, it’s easy to miss some here and there.
Keep the conversation going. Here are five of our top-read headlines this week:
Police identify mother, son in ‘apparent’ murder-suicide at Toano home
A woman and her son died Wednesday in what James City County Police are calling an “apparent” murder-suicide at a home in Toano. READ MORE
Family sues Williamsburg Landing in mother’s fall-related death at nursing home
The family of a woman who died after a fall at a Williamsburg nursing home is now suing the home for more than $2 million. READ MORE
Earth Fare grocery store on schedule for early summer opening in Williamsburg
The Earth Fare grocery store in Williamsburg is still on track to open in early summer, the company says. READ MORE
William & Mary student uses Instagram to change image of those with ostomies
In just a few weeks, William & Mary student Molly Atwater will walk across the stage at commencement with her master’s degree in computational operations research.
One month later, she will undergo surgery to have her colon removed. READ MORE
Mellow Mushroom on track for autumn opening in Merchants Square
It’s too early to mark a date on the calendar, but the owner of Mellow Mushroom said the restaurant will likely be open in Williamsburg before the end of 2018. READ MORE