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James City County

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  • Recycle your old Christmas tree into something purposeful

     Recycle your old Christmas tree into something purposeful
    The jolly sounds of jingle bells are now replaced by another seasonal tradition — Christmas tree needles dropping on your floor. Before you tote the tree outdoors, be sure to remove all its lights, ornaments and tinsel. Beware of capturing too...
  • Saturday, May 18, FREE gardening/nature events for families and anyone interested in great outdoors

    Saturday, May 18, FREE gardening/nature events for families and anyone interested in great outdoors
    Learn and Grow Series with Art in the Garden Linda Miller, Artist and Virginia Master Naturalist, will help children 7 and older create a botanical portrait in colored pencil or watercolor from plant materials they select in the Williamsburg Botanical...
  • Newport News doctor spreads Team Care model

    Newport News doctor spreads Team Care model
    As a family physician in Newport News, Peter Anderson developed a team care approach in order to handle more patients while providing better, more focused care. His success led him into the consulting business. His Team Care Medicine company has now...
  • Virginia Living Museum: Birding Cup winners announced

    Virginia Living Museum: Birding Cup winners announced
    The Virginia Living Museum has announced the winners of the first Birding Cup Challenge, according to a news release. The team Eagle Eyes was the Birding Cup Champion counting 97 species during the 24-hour competition April 12-13. Team members were:...
  • Croaker native shares her life's challenges

    Croaker native shares her life's challenges
    We all face troubles in life, and how we deal with and confront those problems can be as unique as our DNA makeup. For those with a writer's heart, it might mean jotting down those feelings, those deep and painful secrets, in some form or another: maybe...
  • Almost one in 3 Virginians can't understand basic health information

    Almost one in 3 Virginians can't understand basic health information
    psalasky@dailypress.com | 757-247-4784 Low health literacy is costing the health care system more than $300 billion annually, according to the American Medical Association. When almost one third of patients can't understand basic health information, can'...
  • 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...
  • Anthem drops NN, others from Medicare plan

    Anthem drops NN, others from Medicare plan
    Almost 30,000 seniors in 42 localities in Virginia will lose access to an Anthem Medicare Advantage PPO plan at the end of the year. Nine thousand are from Hampton Roads, including more than 1,200 residents of Newport News and Poquoson, according to...
  • Williamsburg mental health symposium will focus on children

     Williamsburg mental health symposium will focus on children
    Mental health professionals are increasingly pointing to early intervention and increased services for children as one of the keys to successful treatment for mental illnesses. Colonial Behavioral Health, the community services board responsible for...
  • Some mentally ill get jail; others get treatment

    Some mentally ill get jail; others get treatment
    Worlds apart in their treatment of mental illness, the Hampton Roads Regional Jail in Portsmouth and Eastern State Hospital in James City County have overlapping populations. Some even go back and forth between the two institutions. Both house men and...
  • York and James City counties are tops in health

    York and James City counties are tops in health
    Even with an adult obesity rate of 28 percent, York County ranked as the fifth healthiest locality in Virginia, as rated by the Robert Wood Johnson and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute in its annual "County Health Rankings &...