The Third Annual Northern Neck Chefs’ Table Reception to benefit the Clinic will be held July 31, 2019, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club. Indian Creek and Chesapeake Bank are co-sponsors of the event, which brings in some of the area’s finest chefs preparing samples of local cuisine for…

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C.E. Jennings, 58, is living with a disability, on an SSI income of $750 a month, or $9,000 per year, far below the federal poverty level. She also supports a daughter and grandchild, and receives $363 a month ($4,356 per year) in food stamps. Counting both her income and food stamps, she’s living on $13,356…

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For the seventh consecutive year, students from the College of William & Mary spent their spring break doing community service work at the Northern Neck – Middlesex Free Health Clinic. Ten students were a part of the college’s “Branch Out” program at the Clinic, spending their days and evenings on a variety of tasks at…

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A cancer diagnosis isn’t just life-threatening. It’s life-changing. And it’s largely up to the person being diagnosed just what kind of changes those will be. For Joan Ball of White Stone, who was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in late 2016, her journey “changed me in many ways. I’m more compassionate, humble, understanding. Now…

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