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(BPT) - Super storms like Sandy, major floods in Colorado and other natural disasters remind us of the devastating impact a long-term power outage can have on a community. But it doesn’t take a major disaster to take down the power – and make life difficult – for days. A basic winter storm with heavy snow and ice can do the trick, too.
(StatePoint) What your children eat during the school day not only affects their health and wellness, but proper nutrition can benefit them academically as well. Take care to pack lunches and snacks that will serve your children well on both counts!
(StatePoint) One of the big challenges college students face is adjusting to a rigorous academic lifestyle. But an even bigger trial than cramming for exams is learning to survive on one’s own.
If you’ve been procrastinating about what to get the special people in your life or simply want to reward yourself, here are some last-minute ideas.
Electronics have long been the consumer goods holiday marquee item. The good news is that the combination of competition and advances in technology have reduced the prices of some once very pricy gizmos.
When it comes to shipping cargo to any destination most people will undoubtedly say they look for a carrier that is safe, fast and reliable. Econcaribe meets all those standards and more. The company has been serving customers since 1968 and has a proven track record of excellent service.
Helen Lee of Long Island City has been dubbed the “coupon Queen” at her church and for good reason. She is one of several Queens Chronicle readers who told us their savings tips.
Throw him out!
When shelves and shelves of school supplies hit local stores, you know that the opening of school can’t be far behind.
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Mayor Michael Bloomberg is counting on a redeveloped Willets Point to be the next great neighborhood in Queens, but the city’s plan has major obstacles, including removing 250 businesses that don’t want to leave and then cleaning the polluted land.
The Department of Sanitation continued its campaign for a new marine waste transfer station in Queens at a public meeting Tuesday in Flushing, but most residents were more concerned about potential traffic.
A Maspeth company’s use of a vacant lot to store construction debris has raised the ire of neighbors, but company officials say they are moving to correct the situation.
A horrifying scene that unraveled over the weekend at Elmhurst Hospital when a man shot an admissions clerk and kidnapped his wife has ended with the arrest of the suspect, and with the shooting victim expected to make a full recovery.