President Joe Biden has at least one thing in common with thousands of parents and grandparents this winter: He's picked up a cold from his yo…
With rising numbers of COVID-19 cases predicted this winter, President Joe Biden Thursday unveiled a winter plan to combat the coronavirus and…
If you’re turning on forced air heating in your home the humidity level is probably dropping. Coupled with dry cold fall and winter air, this can really do a number on your plants. Do what TikTok creator @larrydoom does and add a humidifier to keep your plants happy through the colder seasons.
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Bitter cold can increase wear and tear on certain parts of your vehicle, particularly if it’s already old. But to the untrained eye, these potential problem areas aren’t always easy to find. The solution? Have a trained mechanic inspect your vehicle. It’s better to get your inspection done early enough so that you can deal with potential problems before winter fully sets in.
The standard tires that came with your vehicle are likely all-seasons. As their name implies, these tires are suitable for all conditions. But think of all-seasons as jack-of-all-trades, master of none. You’ll get the best grip and stability on snowy or icy roads if you fit your car with dedicated winter tires. These tires are engineered for situations such as heavy snow or black ice.
Children have returned to school, and many are wondering when the vaccine will be made available to them. Source by: Stringr
Home improvement projects may not be the first things on your to-do list this fall, but you may want to add a few items to prepare your home for winter.
Even amid a slight decline, nearly all parts of Virginia are still in a high-risk category for virus transmission.