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11.19.2019
  Does requiring people who receive government housing assistance to work actually help them earn more income and afford housing on the private market?...   For more information visit nextcity.org   Read More
11.07.2019
  The Newport News Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NNRHA) has been chosen by U.S. Housing and Urban Development as an EnVision Center site to help low-income residents increase their income and gain self-sufficiency.... For more information visit nnva.gov Read More
11.04.2019
  Norfolk Mayor Kenny Alexander and Newport News Vice Mayor Tina Vick announced two new centers that are supposed to help families currently receiving federal assistance on Monday.... For more information visit 13newsnow.com Read More
11.04.2019
  A federal program aimed at helping public housing residents become self-sufficient will boost efforts linking low-income families to much-needed services in Norfolk and Newport News, officials announced Monday... For more information visit pilotonline.com Read More
11.04.2019
  Two new centers called ‘Envision Center’ are being opened up in Newport News and Norfolk by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help low-income residents increase their income and gain self-sufficiency.... For more information visit wtkr.com Read More
11.04.2019
  To help low-income residents increase their income and gain self-sufficiency, the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator Joseph J. DeFelice joined City of Norfolk Mayor Kenneth Cooper Alexander and City of Newport News Vice Mayor Tina Vick in announcing... Read More
11.04.2019
  A special announcement by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will happen in Norfolk at 1:30 p.m. that will share news regarding Newport News and Norfolk.... For more information visit all usanewshub.com Read More
10.30.2019
  Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) is opening the waiting list and accepting applications online for their Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV).... For more information visit 13newsnow.com Read More
10.29.2019
  Low-income individuals and families have the ability to add their name to the waitlist for Section 8 vouchers Wednesday. For only four hours, the Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority will be accepting applications from those whose income is 50 percent of the Area Median Income.... Read More
10.24.2019
  Brenda Gibbs wipes sweat from her face as she runs through the halls of the William A. Hunton YMCA. She's a woman who wears several hats.... For more information visit wtkr.com Read More
10.24.2019
  It has served as a a safe haven for children in the Tidewater Gardens area of Norfolk since 1875. On Thursday, Ulysses Turner, a local businessman walked through the decorated hallways of the Hunton YMCA and recalled memories of visiting the center growing up.... For more information visit... Read More
10.24.2019
  Ashiyah Sanderlin remembers going to the William A. Hunton YMCA in Norfolk when she was 6 years old. Now 20, she’s a Pre-K teacher there, working with anywhere from 8 to 21 children per day.... For more information visit pilotonline.com Read More
10.23.2019
  Some Norfolk businesses, civic leaders and religious leaders are organizing efforts to save their neighborhood YMCA.... For more information visit wavy.com Read More
10.18.2019
  Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) has gone completely digital with its Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV) application process and will be opening the waitlist for online applications for a limited time. On Wednesday, Oct. 30, qualified persons will be able to complete... Read More
10.17.2019
  Kenneth Sutton wandered into the Hunton YMCA Tuesday morning to see about enrolling his 1-year-old daughter in daycare. The girl lives a few streets over with her mother, and Sutton said “we know she’ll be in good hands here.” The independent YMCA has been looking after kids in... Read More
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