Category: Blog Posts

February 27, 2021

We all know that newspapers in the drive and unmown grass are clear signals that someone hasn’t been home for a while. But what other signals is your house giving to would-be thieves. An Obsolete or Damaged Home Security Sign …
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February 25, 2021

What is it? Do I need it? Do I have it with my Mutual Assurance Society Policy? What is it? Ordinance and law coverage provides financial assistance if a home must be brought up to state or municipal codes. This …
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February 22, 2021

The pandemic is affecting homeowners with a revival of a pernicious cybercrime called swatting. Whether bored teenagers or sophisticated cybercriminals looking for a kick, the FBI has recorded an uptick in swatting crimes across the country.

February 16, 2021

  Working from home has been a boon for many, including cybercriminals. Here are three common ways you can be scammed and how to avoid becoming a victim.

February 12, 2021

Following the most active hurricane season in history, hurricane forecasters are testing the use of drones to improve the accuracy of storm predictions.

February 12, 2021

Ernest Hemingway wrote novels and short stories using terse sentences, sparse descriptions, and few adjectives in contrast to the flowery prose of his 20th century contemporaries. Legend has it that Hemingway was once challenged to write the ultimate short story …
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January 21, 2021

As you may have experienced first hand with your holiday mailings, the Covid pandemic has taken its toll on the United States Postal Service (USPS). Unprecedented volumes of mail and staffing challenges are causing delays in postal deliveries, with many …
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January 20, 2021

The challenges we faced in 2020 were extraordinary. Our businesses, our neighbors, and our nation struggled to navigate a global pandemic and the financial and personal fallout that came with it. The uncertainty of our safety and wellbeing encompassed every …
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January 20, 2021

Snow, freezing rain, and sleet can cause damage to your home and property, not to mention increase fall and personal liability risks. But, there’s another form of winter precipitation that can make for slippery walks called graupel. You’ve never heard …
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