How A Northland Coalition Is Helping Seniors Stay Balanced
Here’s a sobering stat: one-third of seniors 65 and older fall every year . Everyone is susceptible to falls. People of all ages trip, stumble and bump
More Than 50% of Homebuyers Surprised by Closing Costs
Despite the implementation of the TILA-RESPA integrated disclosure rule, more than half of homebuyers continue to be surprised by closing costs, according to a report from ClosingCorp.
Crime Prevention & Safety Tips
Have a plan, be suspicious, be aware of your surroundings, walk with confidence Walk with a friend whenever possible. Avoid dark streets, high shrubbery, short cuts, and dark doorways. Try to walk facing oncoming traffic Maintain a secure grip on handbags or purses, keep the flap towards your body. If someone tries to grab the purse let him/her have it. When you think you are being followed, you can: Turn and walk directly towards the individual and cross the street. Look the individual in the eye. Go to an open business, such as an all-night market, gas station, Police or Fire station, hospital emergency room, hotel lobby, etc. Keep change with you in case you need to make a call. You can dial 911 on a pay phone without depositing change. Be wary…
How to Convince Non-Recyclers to Ditch the Trash Bag
These three E's will help you spread the message about recycling without alienating the non-recyclers in your life.
This Is Why You Need to Keep the Cap on When Recycling Plastic Bottles
After you take the last sip, make sure to screw the cap back on before throwing it in the recycling bin.
How Republicans and Democrats differ . . . on the golf course
We know where the two parties disagree on the big political issues. But how far apart are they when it comes to golf? As our survey revealed, quite far
Why your course aerates, and why you should be happy about it
Why your course aerates greens and what it does to help the greens become fast, firm, and smooth.
Why Recycling Shouldn’t Be Our Only Solution for Reducing Landfill Waste
Bottled water, pre-packaged food, and other single-use items now line store shelves and fill our cupboards at home. We buy items with convenience in mind instead of sustainability, and it’s finally caught up with us.
Important Notice to Albemarle County Voters Regarding June 11, 2019 Primary Elections
June 11, 2019 Primary Elections Information ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VA - A dual Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. All county voting precincts will be open for this election The Republican party primary election will be to nominate the Republican candidate for Virginia State Senate, 17 th District and will be confined to voters in that Senate District, which includes voting precincts in northeastern Albemarle County The Democratic Party primary election will be to nominate the Democratic candidates for Virginia state Senate 17 th District, Virginia state House of Delegates 57 th District, Albemarle County Sheriff, and Albemarle County Board of Supervisors-Rivanna Magisterial District. Albemarle County voters who are registered in the 17…
Top 100 U.S. Public Golf Courses 2017-'18
Great public golf can be found in every corner of the United States. Let our 2017 ranking of America's 100 Greatest Public Courses lead the way.