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.
Amanda Campbell has been struggling with an eating disorder since she was 10 years old. Now, she runs her own fashion business from her studio in Newport News, making clothing by hand to help women through fashion garments, body positivity and self care. READ MORE.
When someone is referred to as a “good girl,” we might think of a modest woman who is faithfully dedicated to her church. Or even a woman who is obedient to her parents or partner. READ MORE.
A new apartment complex is coming to the downtown area of Newport News. Provost Construction is renovating several historic buildings into apartments to cater to shipyard employees in downtown Newport News. READ MORE.
Newport News Police have identified the body found in the water on Sunday as that of Leon Francis, a 62-year-old Newport News man who had been missing for nearly a month. READ MORE.
Elizabeth Jones was in a domestic violence situation for eight years before she left Southern Illinois and moved to Hampton Roads in 2000. She now helps provide emotional support to other survivors of domestic violence as the founder and CEO of two nonprofits: See the Light Be the Light for adults and Out of the Ash for children. READ MORE.
Vice President Mike Pence made his way around Hampton Roads Wednesday and on the way stopped for a tour and remarks at NASA Langley Research Center. READ MORE.