Fall Driving Safety

The fall is a beautiful time in New England – so much that it is many people’s favorite season. The leaves are changing into spectacular arrays of colors, the weather is starting to cool down and it’s time to break out your favorite sweaters. While fall can be a magical time of year, it comes... Read More

National Emergency Preparedness Month

September is National Emergency Preparedness Month – an initiative created by FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security to help better prepare the general public for emergency situations and natural disasters. Mother Nature has been especially tough in August and September as several hurricanes and tropical storms have ravaged the southern and eastern United States.... Read More

Fall Sports Injury Awareness

When classes begin in the fall, students eagerly anticipate the beginning of their sports seasons. Participating in sports provides an array of physical, emotional, and social advantages for students. However, sports such as football and soccer are all activities that can all precede injuries. With every sport, there is always the possible risk of an... Read More

Summer Camping Safety

For those who treasure the great outdoors, camping during the summertime is a perfect way to enjoy pleasant weather, abundant sunshine and simply disconnect from the day-to-day grind. Whether traveling for the weekend or embarking on a long journey, campers should be sure to take proper precautions before beginning their trip. Although camping can be... Read More
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