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By Mike Gettman
School administrators are delighted to host author Cheryl Gettman as she reads her latest book.
By Kevin Robinson
Southwestern Vermont Health Care has donated $50,000 in proceeds from its annual fundraiser to organizations that providing relief from Hurricane Irene in the greater Bennington and Deerfield Valley areas.
By Cochrane & Associates, LLC
Legends Environmental Insurance Services provides insurance coverage for environmental and reconstruction service professionals rebuilding people’s lives.
By Nicole Fait
Nixle receives over 26,000 new citizen registrations during August 23 to September 2 times of crisis.
By Connecticut State Grange
With Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene hitting Connecticut hard, many local Agricultural Fairs and other events have had to close their doors early, postpone, or cancel entirely. These events rely on Mother Nature to steer their fate.
By Howard Schwartz
Natural Disasters Provide Fertile Ground for Unscrupulous, Unqualified, Unlicensed Home Repair Contractors
By Allstate Insurance
Following a catastrophe, Allstate recommends the following tips to assist customers with their recovery.
By Marsha Berenson, WOCNCB Marketing Manager
Certificate replacement, exam extensions and benevolence fund available for qualified nurses
By Devin O'Toole
Gases and welding distributors share advice on preparing for and responding to Hurricane Irene.
By Bahamas Habitat - BahamasHabitat.org
Bahamas habitat flies first relief missions after hurricane Irene. Organizations’ pilots delivering aid and assessing damage in the out islands. Donations and pilots needed.
By MTS Management
Sunday's Guitar Con NJ events, including the Xander Demos clinic scheduled for 3pm, have been cancelled due to the effects from Hurricane Irene.
By Joel McLaughlin
If you need emergency website updates due to Huricane Irene, Dataflurry is here to help your company this weekend. We are able to help your company add news to your website, change website settings and backup your website for safety.
Central Veterinary Associates is reminding the public that it is offering emergency care services during Hurricane Irene this weekend.
One of the most vulnerable populations is pets, who are often forgotten in the chaos of natural disasters. In order to ensure the well being of your pets, it is necessary for you to formulate a plan before disaster strikes.
With Hurricane Irene expected to hit Long Island by Sunday, Central Veterinary Associates is urging pet owners to prepare for the worst and know what to do if their pet becomes lost during the hurricane.
By Barometer Media
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