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Plymouth Lobster Crawl

Fall is upon us which means tourist season is over and the mugginess of summer is gone. Its perfect  weather for a day trip to Plymouth! Along with the Mayflower and the Rock, Plymouth is now home to the Lobster Crawl, a major public arts, tourism, and charitable event. Displayed […]

October 16th, 2016|Activities, Close to home, Sightseeing|0 Comments

Savings Trends

Most of us grew up putting birthday money and spare change into a piggy bank on a high shelf in our bedrooms, that we weren’t allowed to touch. We were saving for a rainy day, a future date and an unknown goal. A newer and more realistic approach to teach […]

September 14th, 2016|Saving money|0 Comments

Dog Bite 101

We love our pets and treat them like family. We try to give them the best care and quality of life possible, but as hard as we try accidents do happen. Even the gentlest dog who manages to escape its owner can become nervous and react with the primary defense […]

August 15th, 2016|Public Safety|0 Comments

Zika Virus and the 2016 Olympics

With the 2016 Olympics fast approaching the media is gearing up for full coverage in the beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  This year’s events have already been in the news for a new concern, Zika Virus.

This is what we know from the CDC:

Zika virus spreads to people […]

July 21st, 2016|Public Health|0 Comments

7 Ways to Have A Healthy Summer

Summer is the season of improvement projects – both personal or professional – and lots of folks will be thinking of ways to improve their health as the weather warms up. That in mind, here are seven ways to start living a healthier lifestyle this summer.

Eat Fresh. With summer comes […]

June 7th, 2016|Health and Well-Being|0 Comments

6 Easy Ways to Save for Your Summer Vacation

It’s a great feeling heading out on a well-deserved summer vacation, whether it’s a trip to the beach, a far-away city or anyplace else that your fancy takes you. Going on a vacation is a great way to spend your time, but finding a way to pay for that vacation […]

March 26th, 2016|Goals/Resolutions|0 Comments

7 Things To Do After An Auto Accident

No one wants to think about being in an auto accident. Accidents are stressful, dangerous and costly. But doing a little thinking ahead of time can ensure that, should you find yourself in an accident, you’re prepared. Here are seven things to do after an auto accident.

Be Prepared. Some of […]

February 20th, 2016|Auto Accident, Car Safety, Personal Injury|0 Comments

The Housing Market & the Economy

As we swing into the new year – an election year, no less – the state of the American economy is very much at the forefront of our ongoing national discussion. One aspect of the American economy that has recently been left out of much of that discussion, despite its […]

February 3rd, 2016|Home Renovations, Housing Market|0 Comments

10 Great Ways to Save Money This Holiday Season

The end of the year – and all of the holiday merriment that it entails – is upon us. The holidays allow us to enjoy quality time with family, reconnect with old friends, and celebrate with coworkers. But amidst all that joy and cheer, the holidays may also present a […]

December 16th, 2015|Holiday Activities, Holiday Stress|0 Comments

6 Fun Things to Do Now That Summer’s Over

Just because summer break is over and the kids are back to school doesn’t mean that fun and excitement are cancelled until the spring! If you know where to look, you’ll find that opportunities for family friendly fun are still plentiful. The following are six amazing activities available in the […]

September 20th, 2015|Activities|0 Comments

Tips for Keeping Your Children Safe

The mystery of “Baby Doe” has been confounding Massachusetts investigators since the remains of a young girl were found in Boston Harbor in late June. While this case presents a unique scenario as the child remains unidentified with no adults stepping forward to claim her as their own, it also […]

August 19th, 2015|Safety Tips|0 Comments

Tips to Making your New Year’s Resolutions Stick

It’s a New Year, and for many that means New Year’s resolutions to stick to that ultimately end in failure. If this has happened to you in the past, you’re not alone. Several studies have shown that a third of all New Year’s resolutions don’t make it past January and […]

January 6th, 2015|Goals/Resolutions|0 Comments

Helpful Tips to Keep your Home Winter Friendly

The end of fall/beginning of winter has been pretty mild so far, but as New Englanders know all too well, the next few months can be unpredictable. Christmas may have felt like early spring but February could see record-low temperatures. Each year it is important to be sure that your […]

January 2nd, 2015|Home Safety, Winter Safety|0 Comments

Safety Tips for Ringing in the New Year at Boston’s First Night

It’s incredible to think that today marks the last day of 2014. It seems that each year continues to go by faster than the last. There is so much anticipation for the holiday season and then it is over in the blink of an eye. Once again, it is time […]

December 31st, 2014|Safety Tips|0 Comments

Bourbon Virus is a New Tick-Borne Virus with no Treatment Available

A new tick-borne virus has been discovered after the death of a Kansas man this past summer. The virus is called Bourbon Virus-named after Bourbon Country-home to the patient who died. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said the patient’s symptoms, including fever and fatigue, were similar to symptoms […]

December 26th, 2014|virus|0 Comments