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  • Christopher Newport University students volunteer for 'Day One of Service'

    Christopher Newport University students volunteer for 'Day One of Service'
    NEWPORT NEWS — Kelsey Schnoebelen dipped her paint roller into a tray of primer, having nearly completed the wall at the YMCA near the James River Bridge in Newport News. She just moved onto campus at Christopher Newport University and thought it was a good time to get involved in some community service.
  • Tackling diabetes one person at a time

    Tackling diabetes one person at a time
    HAMPTON — There are a dozen stories in the room. Participants — black and white, young and old, men and women — each have their own narrative as to how they came to be in a workshop to learn how to control diabetes. They're insulin-...

    Meals on Wheels helps fragile seniors

    Meals on Wheels helps fragile seniors
    1. What is the mission of the Peninsula Agency on Aging (PAA)? To support the independence and quality of life of Peninsula residents primarily 60 and over by advocating, arranging or providing vital human services. 2. What is the Peninsula Agency...

    Learn how to use gravity for better health

    Learn how to use gravity for better health
    As residents of the planet, our constant battle with gravity is a life-enhancing force, according to Joan Vernikos, a retired NASA researcher and administrator. The headline speaker at the 32nd annual Community Forum on Aging, sponsored by Christopher...

    Growing number of seniors are living alone

    Growing number of seniors are living alone
    Every weekday morning, between 7:30 and 8 a.m., regular as clockwork, the phone rings in the home of Newport News resident John Babbs. Each day, when the 95-year-old picks up, he's greeted by a cheery voice checking on his well-being. Most often they're...