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I Sam 2:30a “Those who honor me, I will honor…”
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We Remember 9/11

None of us will forget where we were on September 11, 2001. Today, we remember all those who lost their lives that day and thank those who have fought to prevent such tragedy from happening again. Today at 2:00, The Frederick Board of County Commissioners will host a Tribute to 9/11 at the New Market […]

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The Farmers’ Almanac Predicts Another Frigid Winter

The 2015 Farmers’ Almanac will be released this week, and its prediction for Maryland is almost identical to last year’s: a crisp, cold, stormy winter. Since the Almanac was spot-on in 2014, it’s best to start taking measures now to prevent plumbing problems before the first cold snap hits. Look for Leaky Faucets If you notice any faucets dripping, no […]

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How to Design a Left-Handed Kitchen

Since the majority of homeowners are right-handed, most contractors don’t think about how inconvenient traditional kitchens are for lefties. So if you’re left-handed and are  building a home or renovating your kitchen, make sure to voice a few preferences that will make your kitchen more functional for you.  Sink When washing dishes, a lefty usually […]

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Five Tips to Keep Your Dishes Clean

    Ever experienced the embarrassment of having a dinner guest ask for a clean fork? It’s probably happened to us all at some point. Here are a few things you can do to make sure your friends don’t avoid eating meals at your house:     Scrape off food before loading dishes into the dishwasher. You don’t have […]

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Keep Your Plumbing Under Control While You’re Away

There’s a lot to think about when you’re taking your family on a vacation. But aside from packing everyone’s clothes and stopping mail delivery, you should also think about what could happen with your plumbing while you’re gone. You can save money and avoid a few hassles by taking a few simple steps. Turn Down Your […]

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Are Flushable Wipes Really Flushable?

School’s out, and that means your bathroom is seeing a lot more action. If your family uses flushable wipes, your toilet and pipes could be majorly clogged by the time fall comes. Why? Because flushable wipes are, well, not so flushable. When regular toilet paper is flushed, it disintegrates almost instantly as it moves through […]

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Buying a New Home? Get a Plumbing Inspection

Buying a new home is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. If you’ve found the house of your dreams in the Middletown area, don’t forget to cover all the bases to avoid more stress down the road caused by major plumbing problems. Here are a few things you can check for when looking at potential homes: […]

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Celebrate Our Devoted Soldiers

This weekend marks the beginning of summer, but let’s not forget the real reason we celebrate Memorial Day: to honor the brave men and women who gave their lives to protect our freedom.  Here are a few events being held in Frederick County to remember our devoted soldiers. May 24-26: Last Full Measure of Devotion Monocacy National […]

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Don’t Put Produce in the Garbage Disposal

Spring is a great time to enjoy delicious fresh veggies. Asparagus and artichokes are ready now, and carrots, peas, and onions will be popping up soon. When you’re preparing these foods in your kitchen, try to keep in mind what your garbage disposal can handle. It’s best to remember that a disposal shouldn’t be used […]

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National Plumbers Day

Did you remember to hug a plumber yesterday? If not, it’s never too late! April 25th is National Plumbers Day, or Hug a Plumber Day. But plumbers do enough to deserve thanks every day. They keep everything flowing, and keep it from overflowing. They ensure that your drinking water is clean, and that your hot […]

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