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More fires start in the kitchen than in any other part of the home.
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Before trading in the warm days of summer for a toasty fall fire, be sure to have your chimney cleaned and inspected.
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While grilling food can be a fun, healthy way to cook, it requires a measure of caution.
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When the weather turns cold, some farmers and homeowners spend more time in unheated barns and workshops. To keep warm, many turn to wood-burning stoves or space heaters.
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If you’ll be firing up the grill on Memorial Day weekend, take steps to keep your meal—and yourself—from going up in smoke. 
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Flipping a light switch or plugging in a device is second nature to most people, but it is important to keep electrical safety in mind—both inside and outside the home.
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Fall is the time to have your chimney inspected.
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Virginia Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry Todd P. Haymore is encouraging farmers in localities affected by Hurricane Irene to report losses of their crops, livestock and farming infrastructures in order to qualify for federal government assistance.
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