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Hurricane Preparedness: Be Ready Before the Storm Posted on Jul 14

Hurricane Preparedness: Be Ready Before the Storm

This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). Massachusetts is vulnerable to tropical storms and hurricanes — and the damage they cause. Our last two major storms were Hurricane Bob in 1991 and Tropical Storm Irene in 2011. Although the   …Continue Reading Hurricane Preparedness: Be Ready Before the Storm

Make a Plan to Be Prepared for Emergencies Posted on Sep 16

Make a Plan to Be Prepared for Emergencies

This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. Disasters can happen at any time. Over the last several years, Massachusetts has experienced tropical storms, tornadoes, blizzards, power outages, water system failures, and an act of terrorism. To promote the importance of   …Continue Reading Make a Plan to Be Prepared for Emergencies

September is National Preparedness Month Posted on Sep 9

September is National Preparedness Month

Power outages, hurricanes, floods, or snow storms – it’s important to plan ahead for emergencies. And because the Commonwealth designates September “National Preparedness Month,” there’s no better time to start than now. The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and the Department of Public Health (DPH)   …Continue Reading September is National Preparedness Month

Get Ready in the Calm before the Storm: Hurricane Preparedness Posted on May 22

Get Ready in the Calm before the Storm: Hurricane Preparedness

The best time to prepare for a hurricane is well before you hear warnings on the radio. Hurricane Preparedness Week, May 25-31, is a time to get ready for whatever comes your way when New England hurricane season hits June 1 through November 30. In   …Continue Reading Get Ready in the Calm before the Storm: Hurricane Preparedness