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Category - Local Expert Advice

Holiday Security

Vail is experiencing an uptick in thefts from unlocked cars, tool thefts from garage’s and beds of trucks again. Additionally we had a recent burglary attempt where the suspects shut off...

Keep Cycling Safe in Vail

As Vail continues to grow, we also see a growing number of cyclists sharing our scenic roadways. While welcoming the growth to our community, we should recognize the importance of traffic...

Responding to Disaster

As we have seen in the news recently, four hurricanes have made landfall, causing a massive amount of damage and untold suffering in the gulf coast region, Caribbean Islands, and...

Preventing a Domain Name Catastrophe

Most people don’t give a second thought to domain names. Head to any reputable source, such as GoDaddy or one of their resellers, and you can pick up a domain name for less than your...

Ten Minute Organizing Tip

If your piles of piles make you swoon, take heart! Whether you’re tackling a monstrous pile of papers or a house full of clutter, you can get a lot done by setting aside (and I mean put...

Halloween Safety Tips from the American Academy of...

Halloween is an exciting time of year for kids, and to help ensure they have a safe holiday, here are some tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Feel free to excerpt these...

BBB and Give.org Offer Tips on Helping Texas in the...

Arlington, VA – The Better Business Bureau and BBB Wise Giving Alliance are advising people to help as much as they can in the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, but to do so with caution...

Emergency Preparedness

Organizations as diverse as The Boy Scouts of America, the Center for Disease Control, and FEMA all recommend that Americans have a basic level of preparedness for emergencies, disasters...

Checking for Fire Safety

The topic for this month is about what you’re seeing all around the community in abundance during and after this year’s monsoon season, which is wild grass and desert brush. In fire...