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Big things are happening in Hampton Roads

Big things are happening in Hampton Roads

Harbor’s Edge, Hampton Roads’ premier retirement community is expanding to include a stunning new 22-story glass and brick tower complete with gorgeous, specious apartments. Floor plans for the new apartment homes range up to 2,889 square feet and will be...
Soaring to New Heights with Linda Mathias

Soaring to New Heights with Linda Mathias

Linda Mathias always had her eyes on the sky. A Norfolk native and the oldest of four girls, she attended Granby High School and ODU. Teaching school for one semester cured her of that desire. In 1971, while working as a civilian in the Navy, Linda was offered the...

What’s ahead for the housing market in 2016

By Mark Zandi January 7 We all have a big financial stake in housing — as homeowners, renters, landlords and/or taxpayers. Let’s consider the major macroeconomic trends in 2016 that will significantly impact those stakes. ● Homeowners should enjoy another year of...

Deep Into the Darkness On Pluto

Greg O’Brien “Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting…” –Edgar Alan Poe For all creatures of the earth, nothing is as fundamental as daylight, which blooms new memories and sheds light on life...

Golden Globes: A Great Year for Nominees Age 50+

Two dozen of those actors, writers and directors are nominated Part of the ARTFUL AGING SPECIAL REPORT By Josh Walker December 10, 2015 The 2016 Golden Globe nominations were announced this morning — widely viewed as a predictive precursor to the Oscars race — and two...

Is the New Name for CCRCs a Winner?

November 1, 2015 by Mary Nelson Seniorhousingnews.com   From here on out, continuing care retirement communities may be called “Life Plan Communities” — or not. The new term emerged out of a lengthy process spearheaded by LeadingAge and Mather LifeWays,...

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