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This weekend (2 a.m. Sunday, to be exact), Daylight Savings Time comes to an end. For most of us, that means we get an extra hour of sleep on Saturday night and can start our days with the morning light. In exchange, our evening commute will now be done under the cover of darkness. As […]

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From tornadoes and ice storms to wildfires and earthquakes, it’s been a wild year of weather in the state of Georgia. And with hurricane season still under way, there’s no telling what may occur in the months ahead.  That’s why it’s so critical to take the time to prepare your homes, workplaces and communities for […]

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In this episode, Ready Georgia provides tips to help you complete the second step to emergency preparedness – plan. After creating a Ready kit, it’s essential for you to make a family communications plan so that you and your family will know how to respond when the unexpected occurs. To create this plan, you’ll need […]

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Have you heard the news? According to a recent survey, 64 percent of Georgia households are at least somewhat prepared for disaster. They have stocked at least some emergency supplies such as a flashlight, first aid kit and three-day supply of water and nonperishable food. Even better, people who are familiar with Ready Georgia are […]

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