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Extra Caution Required for Motorists as Schools Open Throughout The Region

AAA is warning drivers to be cautious as schools begin to open across the state. Normally drivers would expect to see increased foot traffic in school zones, sidewalks and crosswalks, but this year will ...

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The man walks into the emergency room at the hospital. The first person he sees is the woman at the registration desk. He doesn’t have any obvious injuries, but she notices there’s something odd about his ... Read more


The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers to guard against tax fraud and other related financial scams related to COVID-19. In the last few months, the IRS Criminal Investigation division (CI) has seen ... Read more


During the summer months we receive an influx of Special Needs animals at HES. Not only do we receive injured pets, dogs suffering from mange and malnourishment, but the amount of animals requiring treatment for heartworms also ... Read more


The distribution of $1,200 stimulus checks to Americans has given rise to unprecedented online scams. The FTC has thus far received 18,235 reports of fraud costing victims $13.44 million; Google reported it is blocking 18 million scam emails ... Read more

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It’s now been several months since we all learned the coronavirus that had devastated parts of China had made it our shores. In that time, we’ve learned new words and phrases, such as “COVID-19”, “PPE”, Social Distancing”, and ... Read more


Governmental and health entities are encouraging the public to self-isolate and social distance as we attempt to the curb the impact of COVID-19 and its immediate threat to our communities. Mental health factors, such as loneliness ... Read more


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