It’s been a very hectic news cycle, a trifecta of sorts – the coronavirus, the economy and George Floyd protests.
With dozens of stories everyday, it’s easy to miss some here and there.
Here are some of WYDaily’s most-read stories so you can get in on the conversation:
Nurse on the frontlines
After Katherine “Katy” Dean was furloughed in March and could not find a job in her field, she found herself applying for a position in New York City at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. READ MORE
Coronavirus on the frontlines: A Williamsburg nurse’s experience in NYC
As the death of George Floyd causes uproar over police brutality across the country, various localities are starting civilian review boards to make a change. READ MORE
Police oversight: Is a civilian review board needed in the Historic Triangle?
Williamsburg’s Confederate memorial
The Williamsburg City Council discussed starting the process of removing the Confederate memorial in Bicentennial Park. READ MORE
Williamsburg City Council mulls removal of Confederate memorial
Black history 101
There will be a new curriculum to educate students in Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools about race, African American history and culture. READ MORE
Black History 101: Local school districts plan to tackle race relations in the classroom
It appears the Confederate memorial at Bicentennial Park in Williamsburg had been vandalized. READ MORE