Winter is here, but your outdoor adventures don’t have to end. There’s a winter wonderland just waiting to be explored in Massachusetts state parks, Wildlife Management Areas, and forests. Whether you’re interested in hunting, fishing, or camping, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and the Department of Fish and …Continue Reading Ice Fishing, Hunting, and Camping This Winter
Another New England winter is rolling in with snow, ice, and more snow. But you don’t have to go into hibernation just because the temperature drops. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a number of winter activities can help you stay fit. Between …Continue Reading 3 Activities to Keep You Moving this Winter
The first part of this child support series focused on how to arrange a child support order and how to make and receive payments in Massachusetts. However, in some cases, you may need to change or enforce your order. The Department of Revenue Child Support Enforcement Division (DOR/CSE) …Continue Reading Child Support in Massachusetts, Part 2: Changing the Terms of an Arrangement and Enforcement
Creating a child support plan is a top concern for most separated or divorced parents in Massachusetts. Figuring out your child support responsibilities and learning how the payment process works can help you create a plan that is best for your child. The Department of Revenue …Continue Reading Child Support in Massachusetts, Part 1: Getting an Order and Managing Payments
The pumpkin is a well-known symbol of fall in New England. Whether you love carving jack-o’-lanterns or baking delicious fall-themed desserts, pumpkins are a staple of the season. The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR), the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the U.S. …Continue Reading It’s Pumpkin Season in Massachusetts!
Even if you and your spouse agree to divorce, taking the step to officially end your marriage can bring on a whole range of emotions you may not have expected. Add the challenge of dividing your assets or arranging custody of your kids, and this …Continue Reading Filing for Divorce in Massachusetts
This is a guest blog post from the Highway Safety Division (HSD) of the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS). The Highway Safety Division has launched a new car seat safety website in English and Spanish to help parents and caregivers find the right car seat …Continue Reading Car Seat 101: Is Your Child in the Right Seat and Strapped in Safely?
This is a guest blog post from the Office of Coastal Zone Management, written by Claudia Geib. Have you ever dreamed of searching the shore for pirate treasure? Now’s your chance! Join a coastal scavenger hunt this fall and help clean up your favorite beach during COASTSWEEP, …Continue Reading Calling All Treasure Hunters: Join a COASTSWEEP Cleanup This Fall
Fall is fast approaching, and that means back-to-school season is almost here. In addition to stocking up on pencils and notebooks for your kids, take some time to brush up on crosswalk safety. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), Executive …Continue Reading Crosswalk Safety for Parents and Children
This is a guest blog post from MassMobility. There are many reasons why people aren’t able to drive, including overall health, sight, medication, or a disability. For people who live in suburban or rural areas in particular, finding transportation can be extremely difficult — public …Continue Reading Help Your Community as a Volunteer Driver