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When you lose someone you love, you want to honor their memory in a heartfelt manner. That’s something you can achieve with a fully customized cemetery engraving for your loved one’s headstone. Below are a few ways these services he...read more
TowBoat U.S. Cape Cod and Plymouth is Massachusetts’s leader in water towing and boat transport. This trusted team of boat recovery experts is standing by 24/7 to assist you when you need it — no matter what the type of vessel. Headquar...
1102 Hanover St, Unit J
Hanover, MA 02339
No one likes the annoying buzz and itchy, painful bites of mosquitoes. These pests seem to be increasing in numbers, leaving their mark no matter how much repellent you apply. Fortunately, Mosquito Shield in Hanover, MA, has an effective...
175 Summer St
Kingston, MA 02364
For over 60 years, family owned Quincy Memorials has provided Eastern Massachusetts with beautiful memorial tributes, cemetery engravings, and funeral urns. The company’s thoughtful staff understands that this is the most difficult time ...
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Ticks gain their evolutionary advantage through dishonorable means such as sucking blood, using nerve agents on their hosts, and spreading disease. Humans, on the other hand, use kno...read more
Since the Powassan virus’s first American case in 2006, Massachusetts has recorded 13 infections. The virus is gaining momentum nationwide, rising from six new infections in 2015 to ...read more
The arachnids are one of the most uniformly unnerving classes of insects in the animal kingdom—at their most tolerable, the daddy long legs, and at their worst, spiders, scorpions, a...read more
Forget scurrying cockroaches and spiders with too many eyes: the insect we should worry about is mosquitoes. There’s a reason the demand for mosquito control is strong enough to...read more
Dogs love rolling in the grass, jumping in leaves, and don’t usually wear high socks. They get ticks so often there are species of the little bug named for them — including the dog t...read more
As of October 17th, 2017, 1,502 cases of West Nile Virus have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control. Prevalence of the West Nile Virus is dropping from the 5,674 cases rep...read more
Barbecues, poolside afternoons, and tanning — there’s a lot to love about summer. Massachusetts’s August mosquito invasion is not among them. Mosquitoes and ticks remain bothersome f...read more
There’s nothing like a refreshing walk during a Massachusetts fall. Pull a sweater over your head, maybe wrap yourself in a scarf, and do the rounds around the yard — the leaves are ...read more
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