With dozens of local coronavirus, Black Lives Matter protests and economy stories dominating the news cycle every day, it’s easy to miss some other news here and there.
Here are five of our most-read local business stories in June you may have missed.
The Governor’s Inn has sat vacant for the past year and unused but a new project is looking to bring life back to the location. READ MORE
New development looks to bring life to former Governor’s Inn location
Some prefer a small and more intimate event, and with the entry of the coronavirus this year, micro-weddings are seemingly becoming a new trend as social distancing measures remain in place. READ MORE
Two hours to ‘I do’: This new local business is providing fast, intimate wedding ceremonies
Fenton Mill opposition
The narrow roads that will become easily congested and unsafe appears to be the center of the group’s concerns. READ MORE
‘We don’t want to live in an urban setting like Newport News’: Fenton Mill opposition
The Vacation Channel has filled the screens in hotel rooms across Coastal Virginia for nearly four decades but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tourism industry has changed. READ MORE
As tourism comes to a screeching halt, a local production channel is expanding its offerings
People choosing the route of boosting their immune system to avoid being infected by the coronavirus are turning to supplements. READ MORE