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68 percent of those surveyed by NBC would be comfortable and 14 percent — one in seven — say they would be "enthusiastic." It's a sharp change from the past.
Heavy winter storms, freezing rain, wet snow and even high-speed winds can all lead to power outages. These blackouts can last days and sometimes weeks depending on the severity of the damage, leaving you and your family without heat, light or a means to cook. Here is what you should do before you find yourself without power during the cold, according to tips from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.
Weeping Water Housing Authority board of directors honored William Duff for his 50 years of service on the board.
One way to get kids to eat fresh fruits and vegetables is to include them in picking them out. Sometimes it's a trip to the grocery store. Oth…