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GFCIs -Saving Lives Every Day!

Unless your name happens to be Benjamin Franklin or you have never used an electrical appliance before, you are probably familiar with electrical outlets that have little “test” and “reset” buttons in them. But did you know that those buttons are there for a very important reason; perhaps one that could end up saving your […]

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Tick-Talk

Lyme Disease and Employee Exposure By Rob Holt File this one under, “As if I didn’t have enough to worry about already”, but if you are an employer or head of a nonprofit with positions that require outdoor activity/work, your life may be getting a bit harder again this summer.  New England already has one […]

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All Deck’D out for Summer by Rob Holt

All Deck’D out for Summer by Rob Holt. Spring has finally sprung here in New England which means warmer weather, black flies, and a long awaited return to backyards, baseball, and barbecues.   But lest we soon forget, New England winters are notoriously tough on not only us but on our homes as well which is […]

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Do You Volunteer Your Time AND Insurance

This blog is copied from an article from Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America.  If you are volunteering please take a moment to discuss with a Foy Insurance professional if a homeowners or umbrella policy could provide protection if you should be involved in a lawsuit. Millions of Americans donate time—their most valuable asset—to […]

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Motorcycle Safety Tips

With the snow melting and the temperatures rising it must mean that motorcycle season will be upon soon.  For all of those motorcyle enthusiasts out there this must have seemed like the longest winter in a long time.  After several months of hibernation it’s easy to forget sound motorcycle safety habits. This article on motorcycle […]

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Stay Safe on the Road – 7 Safety Tips

Although there was chill in the air this past weekend there have been several sightings of Spring over the past few weeks. Kids riding bikes, runners on the road in shorts, and even a few raking lawns. With Spring comes bikes, runners/walkers and skateboarders sharing our roads.  Whether you are riding through quiet neighborhoods or […]

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