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The No More Chasin Tails, a spay and neuter clinic based in Newport News, is hosting a Kitten College Workshop to educate people interested in fostering kittens. The nonprofit organization has partnered with the National Kitten Coalition, a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C. READ MORE.
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Both Sentara Healthcare and Riverside Health System received the Susan G. Komen Grant which allows them to provide free mammograms and breast cancer screenings to people who are either uninsured or underinsured year-round. READ MORE.
Breast Cancer hits home in Hampton Roads. How do low-income women find resources?
Three years ago, Nick White, owner of Modern American Mixed Martial Arts, started an after-school program to help kids build confidence and not view themselves as victims of bullying. “If you don’t look like you are afraid, nobody’s going to mess with you,” White said. READ MORE.
Scarlett, the American red wolf, has died, the Virginia Living Museum announced on its Facebook page. READ MORE.
Scarlett, the recently acquired red wolf at Virginia Living Museum, is dead
After he was stationed in Italy for six years, Chris Fox, an Army reservist and geospatial engineer, fell in love with wine and decided open up a winery in Phoebus. “The closest wine bar is in the Williamsburg area and the next closest is in Norfolk, Virginia Beach,” he said. “I saw that there was a need.” READ MORE.