When is it Time for Independent or Assisted Living? – Presented by Thirwood Place

As your loved ones grow older, keeping them at home and independent as long as possible is always the ideal situation, but living at home alone can … [Read more...]

Take the Proactive Approach to Homeowners’ Insurance

It’s more common that you think for homeowners to overlook their policies, and just renew each year out of habit, without wondering not only if … [Read more...]

Happy, Hardy Hydrangeas

Jeanie Gillis, manager of Pine Tree Nursery and Landscaping in South Chatham, is a self-proclaimed “crazy hydrangea person.” Her love of the exquisite … [Read more...]

Keep Your Clothes Dryer Clean to Prevent Fire

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the leading cause of clothes dryer fires is the failure to clean them properly, and … [Read more...]

Dehydration in Seniors – A Serious Concern

Dehydration can be a problem for people of all ages, but is particularly worrisome in older adults. Adequate hydration allows the body to regulate … [Read more...]

Preparing Your Home for Sale

Selling a home can be frustrating, to say the least. There are so many facets involved, and so many things to consider – it can truly be a daunting … [Read more...]

Continued Education is Often Crucial in Today’s Job Market

In today’s world, continuing our education is no longer a luxury, but often a necessity. There are many who want to sharpen their skills in their … [Read more...]

Getting Married? Protect Yourself with Marriage Insurance First!

You insure your car, your home, your health and your life… but what about your marriage? Before you say “I do,” consider getting marriage insurance … [Read more...]

Good Employees Equals Good Business

It’s not often in these times that you find a workplace with consistent low turnover, where some people have actually been employed for decades, and … [Read more...]

Planning Your New Garden and the Basics of Simple Design

Now that the weather is finally cooperating, it’s time to think about stretching that green thumb and creating a space in your yard that can be filled … [Read more...]