Sunday, November 27, 2022

ICYMI business highlights: A new food truck, new supermarket owners and a hurricane survivor

With dozens of headlines every day, it’s easy to miss some here and there.

Keep the conversation going. Here are five of our most-read business headlines this week:

Father-son duo open new food truck, selling grilled cheese creations

James City County’s newest food truck celebrated its soft opening Monday at Billsburg Brewery, giving cheese lovers a reason to celebrate. READ MORE

The Hungry Pug parked in front of Billsburg Brewery Monday afternoon. (Andrew Harris/WYDaily)
The Hungry Pug parked in front of Billsburg Brewery Monday afternoon. (Andrew Harris/WYDaily)

Williamsburg City Manager Marvin Collins resigns

The Williamsburg City Council unanimously accepted City Manager Marvin Collins’ resignation during an emergency meeting Monday. READ MORE

Marvin “Marc” Collins III (Courtesy City of Williamsburg)

No, the Triangle restaurant in Williamsburg is not closing for good

The Triangle restaurant on Prince George Street will close its doors Tuesday, but there’s no need for concern or speculation — it’s only temporary. READ MORE

Triangle will feature live musical acts on a regulalr basis. (Ian Brickey/WYDaily)
Triangle will feature live musical acts on a regulalr basis. (Ian Brickey/WYDaily)

Farm Fresh near airport to remain open with new owner

A Virginia grocer has agreed to buy the Farm Fresh store near  Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport, a spokesman for SuperValu Inc. said Monday. READ MORE

The Farm Fresh at 353 Chatham Drive in Newport News. (WYDaily/ Courtesy Google)

Hurricane Maria survivor finds new home in Williamsburg

After a month living without power and income, Cindy Rivera packed up and came to the Peninsula to start a new life. READ MORE

After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in September 2017, Cindy Rivera didn't know what would happen. Now, nearly seven months later, she has made an entirely new life for herself in Williamsburg. (Photo courtesy of Antwain Haskins)
After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in September 2017, Cindy Rivera didn’t know what would happen. Now, nearly seven months later, she has made an entirely new life for herself in Williamsburg. (Photo courtesy of Antwain Haskins)

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