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4 insurance tips if your child is going to college

You had a talk with your college-bound son or daughter about making wise decisions in their lives. Now also is a good time to have a conversation with your insurance agent. A child leaving home has implications for his...

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Jaci’s mission trip to the jungle of Ecuador

Jaci Wildner has been volunteering since she was a high school student in Lewisberry, York County, with organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and Habit for Humanity. She also has traveled extensively, both as a...

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Fiduciary liability: Make sure you're covered or you could wind up looking like this guy

With so many necessary insurance coverages to consider, a busy business owner and/or executive might overlook or minimize the importance of fiduciary liability. Warning: An oversight or misstep in this area is like a...

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Follow these tips to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

A brother and sister travelled to a family cabin in Maine to celebrate his high school graduation and her 22nd birthday. What should have been a joyful week soon turned tragic for the siblings and two other adults who...

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Required if you have employees, workers compensation insurance can be costly and confusing

A recent workers compensation claim crossed our desks and had us seeking case law to learn more. An employee who sustained a work-related injury was prescribed a treatment regimen with the goal of returning to work...

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Proudly we hailed: 15 patriotic quotations for America’s birthday

America celebrates its 239th birthday on the Fourth of July. Many of us will mark the day with flags and fireworks, at picnics and parades. It's a wonderful time to share our love of America with friends and family...

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12 water-saving tips for summer

Severe drought will cost California $2.7 billion in revenue and more than 18,600 jobs this year, by one account. But its effects will be felt by most of us in the form of higher food prices, considering that California...

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Grin but don’t bare it: cover up with sunscreen to prevent skin cancer

It was good advice in 1997 and remains so today. Nearly two decades ago, Chicago Tribune columnist Mary Schmich wrote an essay in the form of a commencement address to the Class of 1997. Titled "Advice, like youth,...

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A safe bet for your road trip is to check tire pressure

The road trip is back. Memorial Day weekend travel volume - the vast majority of it by automobile - is expected to reach a 10-year high in 2015, according to the AAA auto club. Some 37.2 million Americans are forecast...

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Pennsylvania’s peak tornado season runs May through July

If you live in Hershey or Hummelstown, it's a safe bet that your family headed to the basement or an interior room on the evening of April 20, 2015. Emphasis should be placed on "safe," as the National Weather Service...

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