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Summer Activities Present Everyday Dangers to Children

Most area children have been out of school for just about a month now. It’s mid-July, right in the heart of summer with families, like ours, enjoying backyard barbeques, trips to local community pools and many other outside activities.

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Adopt Summer: Northeast Animal Rescue Featured Pet

NAR is thrilled to announce that Tyke, Andy, and Lex have been adopted!

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8 best buys for the Fall season

As the kids get back to school, it’s time to ramp up for another beautiful autumn. The cooler weather, the gorgeous foliage, you have to admit, Mother Nature really outdoes herself around here in the fall.

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Treasuring Summer's Memories

Many moments seem to have little gratification when it comes to organizing a busy household. The days can run together, especially when you’re a stay-at-home parent like me.

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Inexpensive Summer Getaways!

As the evenings warm up and the remaining days of school wind down, it’s time to turn our attention to another glorious summer ahead!    

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Summertime habits that save big money!

As I sit typing this latest column, I look up at my reflection in the window and see my hair frizzing to oblivion. Yup, it’s official - we’ve just done a cannonball into another outrageously humid summer.   

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Save $2,000 or More This Summer: From Reading Phillies to Staycation Tips and More

I had a phenomenal email response to a recent “Be Frugal When Temps Start To Sizzle” column!

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Summer Beauty Tips and Accessories: Beauty by Laini

We have only seconds not minutes to complete our morning routine.

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Bikini Wardrobe Cover Ups: Jessie Holeva's Trend Bite of the Week!

This week, Jessie shows you how to rework your summer beach wardrobe right from your closet for this summer!

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Slash Summertime Costs with Easy (Frugal) Home Projects!

I’m not the type of person who spends a lot of time thinking about the weather. That is, until it hits me in the pocketbook.

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