School bells are ringing and another school year is in full swing. Read about how to keep your kids safe at all ages and stages.
It’s college move-in time. Here are some tips to make sure your dorm is your home away from home for the next school year.
As we approach the dog days of summer, here are some easy tips to save water (and money) in your garden.
If you’re a first time pet owner, here are tips to get you off on the right paw.
Four States located in ERIE’s foot print are in the “eclipse path of totality.” See how close you are and when to watch the eclipse on Monday.
A total eclipse happens only once every hundred years or so – so it’s safe to say this is a once-in-a-lifetime event for many folks. Here are three things you need to know about the solar eclipse.
Ridesharing is more popular than ever, but is it more cost effective? The answer is: it depends.
Power windows can cause injury to little fingers, hands or limbs. Make sure to stay alert and check the back seat before you roll them up.
We think about safety, comfort and reliability when we’re in the process of purchasing a new vehicle. But what about if it’s an easy target for car thieves? Read this curated article from the National Crime Information Center to find out if your car is on the list.
Many of us love the idea of turning our backyards into an inviting oasis where the kids can let loose while the adults unwind. Here’s a series of tips to keep kids safe on trampolines, in pools, on swings and while using their favorite outdoor toys.