October 29, 2009 RSS feed / Senior Living

Bradley is dedicated Jackson Fire Chief

Retirement did not mean slowing down for Jackson Fire Chief Neal Bradley. The Clarke County native has been a part of the volunteer organization since 1970, serving as its chief for the past 22 years. More...

Top 10 home improvements for senior citizens

By U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ( HUD)

According to an AARP survey, the overwhelming majority of mid-life and older Americans want to remain living independently in their own homes and communities for as long as possible. More...

More and more senior citizens attending college

Senior citizens and college? In one’s older years, the idea of going to, or returning to, college can sound exciting and intimidating at the same time. More...

The ‘squeaky wheel’

In 1989, Vivian Dickey heard about communities getting nutrition centers for senior citizens. She had the idea that her hometown of Wagarville needed one. Her next step was to gather names on a petition to get a center for Wagarville. More...

Jackson Health Care strives to create a caring home setting

The key to quality care at Jackson Health Care Facility (JHCF), located at 2616 College Avenue, is making its residents feel as comfortable as possible by creating a caring home setting. More...

The Meadows offers all the comforts of home plus support services for residents

The Meadows, located at 517 Commerce Street, Jackson, offers personalized services for older adults who find it difficult to maintain a home or can no longer live safely alone. More...

Rocker is unofficial ‘7th member’ of the Jackson City Council

Jackson native Willie Rocker is definitely dedicated to the betterment of her community. More...