According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), half of all home heating fires occur in December, January and February. Follow these heating tips to maintain a fire safe home this winter.
The FRCOG recently hosted a workshop with Attorney Joel Bard and State Rep. Steve Kulik on the many changes coming as a result of the legalization of recreational marijuana. We have collected a number of resources for towns and others on our website. Click here for a collection of useful information on the new law.
Prevent cold weather dangers from affecting your pet’s health, The ASPCA has some tips for protecting your pet from the cold and other winter dangers.
Having the right equipment in your car for an emergency is always a good idea. But in the winter it could be the difference between a problem and a disaster.
Do you know how to help your children be prepared for and handle the effects of a disaster? The American Academy of Pediatrics can help get your children prepared for a disaster.
There are plenty of potential dangers around the holidays. Avoid the most common ones. Follow these steps for Winter Holiday Safety.
Christmas trees account for hundreds of fires each year. Well-watered trees are not a problem. A dry and neglected tree can be…
Winter Safety for Seniors isn’t just about lightening the shovel load. Older adults can lose body heat fast—faster than when they were young.
Did you know Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires! Particularly if you’re planning a Turkey Fryer Thanksgiving.