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Cowardly Act Leads To Imprisonment

Harvey Abraham was convicted in February of killing an 11-year-old during a hit-and-run accident. During his hearing, Abraham expressed sorrow, but the judge was not persuaded to be lenient. In fact, she chided Abraham, and reminded him that everything could have turned out differently if he had not made the …

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DWI/DUI Can Come with a High Penalty

A seven-year-old from Pennsylvania died upon impact when a drunk driver crashed his Ford Mustang into the car that the child’s mother was driving. The family sued the driver and Hofbräuhaus for damages, and they were recently awarded a $15.6 million settlement. Hofbräuhaus is a German-themed restaurant and pub in …

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Making a Family Trip in the Horse Box

Family trips can be a lot of fun. For horseback riding families, leaving the horses at home isn’t always an option, which can make getting away difficult. Horses need to be tended to – fed and watered, walked and exercised, and cleaned up after – and not having someone managing …

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Road Trip Summer Safety for Families

Many families go on a road trip during the summer, and it is important to take steps to ensure that you will reach your destination safely. Keep in mind that traffic will be heavier during holiday weekends, and there will also be a higher percentage of intoxicated drivers on the …

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Children and Tech Education

Technology is beginning to have a big role in the classroom, but it remains to be seen how effectively it is being used. After all, if you simply hand a group of young children iPads without properly monitoring the apps that they are using, it is likely that they will …

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