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Monthly Archives: November, 2022

Natalie Barnett Embodiment Coaching Guides Women Toward Healthful Trajectories

WILLIAMSBURG-Natalie Barnett has been working independently as a nutrition coach since July 2021. The certified nutrition and embodiment coach recently added embodiment coaching services to assist more women with progressing to the...

Many Local Retailers Expect Positive Sales During The Holiday Season

According to a survey conducted by Retail Alliance in early November, many local retailers are expecting a moderate sales growth this holiday season. The results are on par with the National Retail...

Short-term Rentals Stir Concern In James City County

JAMES CITY-A nearly surefire way to make waves in the neighborhood is to rent out rooms in your home, or the whole home itself, to tourists. Yet more than 30 James City...

Gloucester Parks, Recreation & Tourism Picks Up Virginia Tourism Corporation Grant for Tourism Marketing

GLOUCESTER-Gloucester Parks, Recreation & Tourism was recently awarded a $5,000 grant for its Visit Gloucester for The Holidays & Beyond project. The grant comes from the Virginia Tourism Corporation (VTC), which awarded...

OM Laser & Wellness To Hold Ribbon Cutting Ceremony In Celebration of New Location

WILLIAMSBURG-OM Laser & Wellness is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony in tandem with the Greater Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce at 10am Saturday, December 3 in celebration of its new location at 1130...

Virginia Living Museum Creates Santa’s Nature Reserve For The Holidays

NEWPORT NEWS—The Virginia Living Museum (VLM) has transformed its boardwalk trail into Santa’s Nature Reserve for the holidays, replete with soft lights along the wooded trail that lead visitors to StoryBook Village...

Less Than Zero Waste And Refill Shop Opens In Hilton Village

NEWPORT NEWS-Less Than, the region’s first zero waste and refill shop, has opened a new shop in Hilton Village. Doors officially swung open for a soft opening on Black Friday, November 25,...

For Young Gloucester Entrepreneurs, It’s About Quality

GLOUCESTER – Peasley Middle School eighth-grader Jocelyn Magee and 18-year-old Colton Bonniville might be young entrepreneurs, but they are using an age-old approach to business success: value matters. “I make sure it’s high...