September marks the annual observance of National Preparedness Month. This month is designed to help educate business owners and families about the importance of being ready for any emergency situation that can occur. If you are unsure of where to begin in case of an emergency, start here: Create an
A third nor’easter in less than two weeks is expected to hit the east coast tonight and into tomorrow, leaving the coast vulnerable to high winds with gusts up to 60 mph and minimal visibility. Prepare your home and family for the latest storm by following these safety tips before
An emergency or disaster situation can be incredibly tense and stressful, and smaller details can get lost in the shuffle. It is completely normal to not entirely know what to do, but following these tips will help you get back on your feet and begin the recovery process as quickly
Frigid temperatures are expected for the rest of this week, potentially lasting into this weekend. Daytime high temperatures will likely not rise above the teens through the weekend, and high temperatures in some interior locations are not expected to rise above the single digits. Overnight low temperatures will drop to
Emergencies happen, often without notice. While there is no way to be completely prepared for an unexpected disaster, you can take preventative measures to make sure your family knows what to do. Create an Action Plan The first thing you should do is create an emergency plan with your family.