Distinguished by its more than 125 acres of sparkling lakes, Bridgewater at Viera in Melbourne, Florida, is an amenity-rich, lifestyle-or...
Life at Heritage Shores is full of amenities, activities and social opportunities. When you live here, each day can be as active or laid ...
Holiday Island, located in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas, is a planned community situated at the edge of 53,000 acre Table Ro...
Traditions of America is excited to bring the 55+ Live Better lifestyle to the South Hills of Pittsburgh! Traditions of America at Southp...
Just four miles from Bethany Beach, Millville by the Sea strikes the kind of balance you might spend your whole life looking for, a new-h...
Few towns in the Southeast offer more gracious charm than Aiken, South Carolina. Take a relaxing stroll through Aiken's tree-lined ...
February 19, 2020 — This could happen to you next fall: you hand your license to airport security and she hands it back. Sorry sir, this is not REAL ID – you cannot board the plane. That’s right, starting October 1, 2020, every air traveler will need a REAL ID-compliant license or another acceptable form of identification (such as a US Passport, US Passport Card, US military card, or a DHS Trusted Traveller Card) for domestic air travel.
The Real ID Act of 2005 sets forth requirements for state driver licenses and ID cards to be accepted by the federal government for “official purposes”, which are activities defined as boarding commercially operated airline flights, and entering federal buildings and nuclear power plants.(more...)
What it's Like to Retire in Leesville
Active adults over 50 who are looking to buy in an outdoors oriented, low cost community should investigate the Louisiana towns of Leesville and DeRidder. The towns are within 20 miles of one another near the western border of Louisiana, half way up from the Gulf. Leesville is home to Fort Polk, a U.S. Army facility that familiar to millions of GI’s. The U.S. invested millions to improve its facilities, including a terrific golf course and nice off-post housing... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Orangeburg
Orangeburg, population 13,000, was chosen an All-American city in 2005. Located in central South Carolina this small town has several colleges (including top-rated Claflin University and South Carolina State University - both predominately black schools). It is known as the Garden City and has a lovely downtown. Orangeburg has an active and very successful redevelopment program. Photo of town square courtesy of Wikipedia and Akhenaton06... more >>
State: South Carolina
What it's Like to Retire in Port Charlotte
Port Charlotte is a suburban community to the northeast of busy Fort Myers, Florida. Located in southern Florida, Port Charlotte attracts many retirees who come for its warm winters - the average age is quite high at 49. Port Charlotte is an unincorporated town governed by Charlotte County. When you think of a retirement community on Florida's west coast Port Charlotte fits the definition (although plenty of non-retired folks live here too)... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Longmont
Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, and approximately 30 miles northwest of Denver, Longmont, Colorado, has been recognized as an “All American City” and a “Best Places to Live” town. It has been recently ranked #23 in the “Top 100 Best Places to Live” by Livability.com, for it's thriving art scene and quality health care... more >>
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