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Cyber Security

Cyber Security Every day, more than 1 million people become victims of cyber crime, according to a study by Symantec, a computer security software company. Businesses, both large and small, are increasingly reliant on the Internet for daily operations, creating attractive and potentially lucrative targets for cyber criminals. With such heavy use of and reliance…
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How Can I Prepare for a Flood?

How Can I Prepare for a Flood? With Hurricane Maria still churning towards the east coast, it's time to make sure you're properly prepared. Flash floods can occur within minutes or hours of excessive rainfall, a dam or levee failure, or a sudden release of water held by an ice jam. Overland flooding, the most…
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How to Safely Dispose of Solvent and Oil-Soaked Rags

How to Safely Dispose of Solvent and Oil-Soaked Rags Flammable and combustible liquids such as gasoline, acetone and mineral spirits are dangerous chemicals to handle, including solvent-soaked items with which you are working. In fact, rags and cloths soaked in these types of chemicals can go up in flames quite easily if they come in…
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In the Community: Fast Friends Greyhound Adoption

In the Community: Fast Friends Greyhound Adoption by Amanda Macie I had the opportunity to do some volunteering at Fast Friends Greyhound Adoption in Swanzey, NH.  This organization is a rescue center for retired racing greyhounds.  They also have dog boarding and daycare services for all breeds.  Fast Friends offers these beautiful animals another chance…
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In the Community

In the Community by Judy Brettell For the past 10 years, my family and I have been fortunate to reside in the small, idyllic community of Brownsville, Vermont (total pop.561), where volunteerism is a natural, everyday occurrence. For starters, our town is one where all the residents know each other, and we either wave or…
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