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Support Wallingford Businesses on Small Business Saturday 2016

Support Wallingford Businesses on Small Business Saturday 2016 Thanksgiving has passed, the turkey and stuffing and pies are either all gone or in the fridge waiting for the next few meals, and everyone’s attention has turned to those two other days that signal the start of the frantic madness that is the Holiday Shopping Season: …

Documents Required for a Mortgage Application

Documents required for your mortgage application

Most people who have bought a home will attest to the fact that the process can be stressful; finding the right home, negotiating contracts and counting the days until closing can all try the patience of the best of us. Another facet of the home buying process that is critical to get right is the …

Support Local Wallingford CT Businesses on Small Business Saturday

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, and once the turkey and stuffing and pies are all gone everyone’s attention will turn to those two other days that signal the start of the frantic madness that is the Holiday Shopping Season, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But sandwiched between those two hectic days there’s another, less well-known day …

Wallingford, Meriden to Offer Life Line Screening

As we advance in age, our bodies become more susceptible to the ravages of injury and disease. Some ailments make themselves known immediately: broken bones, sprains, head and muscle aches, etc. But there are other, more insidious, health issues that are not so readily apparent and that may not show outward symptoms for extended periods …

Have You Done a Home Inventory?

It seems like every other week you hear about a family losing everything they own in a house fire, or going on a family vacation and coming home to a vandalized home and missing valuables. Just a couple of days ago I read of just such a case, where a family was awakened in the …

Connecticut Residents Stay Informed Through CT Alert System

Whether you called it Nemo, Charlotte, Snowpocalypse, or just a plain bad-ass snowstorm, yesterday’s blizzard left most of Connecticut buried under anywhere from one to three feet of snow, more in a few places. Our toen of Wallingford got socked with 35 inches of grade A white stuff, and today we’re still hard-pressed to see …

January is Radon Awareness Month

Welcome to 2013! I see you made it past the Mayan Doomsday Prophecy, so the rest of the year should be a piece of cake! January is quite the celebratory month; besides being the home of New Year’s Day, January also happens to be: National Soup Month National Oatmeal Month National Hobby Month National Braille …

The Twelve Days of Christmas Now Cost More Than Ever

Seems like the cost of everything is going up, doesn’t it? Air fares. Haircuts. Heck, even my favorite orange juice is up 10% in the last few months. I’d love to see the cost of something go DOWN for a change. (I don’t count gasoline, it goes up just as fast as it comes down.) …

Tips for Safe Holiday Decorating

Now that the holidays are here, there’s nothing better that to see beautiful decorations livening up your house and making a more festive atmosphere. Following a few simple tips can make sure that your holidays are problem free! Trees: If you use an artificial tree, make sure it’s certified as fire resistant. Live trees are …