Trolley rides will be free throughout the 2019 season (Warsaw, VA) – The Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce and Bay Aging have executed an agreement that will eliminate fares on the Colonial Beach trolley throughout the 2019 season. While fares have historically been 50 cents per ride, the Chamber’s sponsorship of the trolley will mean unlimited […]

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Ryals will compete for national honors in California on May 19th (Warsaw, VA) – Veteran Bay Transit bus operator Ronnie Ryals has won the coveted first place honor at the 2019 Community Transportation Association of Virginia’s (CTAV) annual Paratransit ROADEO which was held in Williamsburg on April 13th. The annual competition among operators from across the […]

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Recognizes Bay Aging’s 40 years of work to help residents age with dignity (Urbanna, VA) –  Bay Aging has been acknowledged by the Senate of Virginia with a commending resolution that recognizes 40 years of service in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula.  Earlier today, the resolution’s patron, Virginia State Senator Ryan McDougle, presented the […]

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Recognized for outstanding operational improvements to ensure best-in-class healthcare delivery (Urbanna, VA) –  Bay Aging has been recognized by Intalere, the healthcare industry leader in delivering optimal cost, quality and clinical outcomes, as an Intalere Healthcare Achievement Award winner in the category of Community Impact and Innovation. Through this annual awards program, Intalere recognizes successful […]

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Bay Transit and regional partners adding new shelters across service area (Warsaw, VA) – Bay Transit, a division of Bay Aging, and the Northern Neck Planning District Commission (NNPDC) will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at the NNPDC Regional Center parking lot on Monday, April 15th, at 5 PM to celebrate Richmond County’s first Bay […]

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Mary Lazare, Principal Deputy Administrator, Administration for Community Living

By Mary Lazare, Principal Deputy Administrator I recently visited Bay Aging in Urbanna, Virginia, to learn more about their current work and receive an update on their Veteran Directed Care (VDC) program. I met with personnel from Bay Aging, veterans enrolled in the VDC program, and staff from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, specifically […]

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