• Divorce Resources

    Preparing for a divorce? Below are some resources to help you through the process Children And Child Custody Resources American Bar Association – Child Custody Articles and information about child custody rights, laws and child support. The ABA is the largest voluntary professional association in the world. With more than 400,000 members, it provides law […]

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    • What is a tornado?

      Twisters, cyclones, waterspouts, whatever you might know them as – tornadoes are the Earth’s most violent storms. Here is a definition of tornadoes plus links to Web sites to learn more. What is a tornado? A tornado is a violent windstorm characterized by a twisting, funnel-shaped cloud. It is spawned by a thunderstorm (or sometimes […]

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      • 11 Tips for Spring Break Safety

        Whether you’re hitting the slopes, the beaches, or exploring new places abroad, here are quick tips from travelers and industry experts on getting ready for a safe spring break: 1.     Double-Triple Dare You Triple-check your reservations before heading out the door (airplane, hotel, rental car, any other tours or trips). Nothing’s worse than getting to […]

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        • Preparing for College Life

          Dorm and Apartment Essentials Parents and teens should start at least nine months before the “college launch” date to get what is needed for the apartment or dorm room. Before shopping, get a list of approved items from the school. Often schools don’t allow certain items (halogen lamps, hot plates) due to fire safety laws […]

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          • Finding and Financing Higher Education

            Need help in finding a college or university, or finding ways to pay for higher education? Here are some resources. Government and State Resources College Navigator – National Center for Education Statistics College Navigator can help students and parents research schools based on your criteria, as well as links to other information. Students.gov Students.gov is […]

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            • Health Resources for College Students

              Heading to college? Here are some resources to keep you healthy! Government and State Resources Medline Plus MedlinePlus brings together authoritative information from the National Library of Medicine, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other government agencies and health-related organizations. MedlinePlus also has extensive information about drugs, an illustrated medical encyclopedia, interactive patient tutorials, […]

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              • Partner and State Links

                Health / Life Be there for a friend or loved one in need – learn great tips at What Friends Do. Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) has resources you can use, from food safety to field safety, from physical to psychological, and from government to community development. Here’s a general link to help you find a Better […]

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                • I Survived A Motorcycle Accident: True Stories

                  We always hope it’ll never happen to us but accidents can and do happen. Here are three stories from motorcycle accident survivors. Real Life Story: Ken Weissblum, New York Scooter Club Member WHN: You were in a scooter accident. Tell us what happened. Ken: It happened two summers ago and it was a freak sort of thing. I was […]

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                  • Motorcycle Safety Tips for New Riders

                    Getting ready to hit the road on your new bike? Follow these tips to make your riding experience safe for you and others on the road! Safety First Take a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) safety course. The program is about 15 hours and offers classroom and actual motorcycle operator training in a controlled, off-street environment. […]

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                    • Choosing A Car

                      Some cars are stolen more frequently than others. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, the Honda Accord topped the list of the most stolen cars in 2015. Want to know what cars are targeted by thieves in your area? Check with your local police department. Buying a car? Ask about security systems or features that […]

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