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A consumer insurance information blog by Renaissance Alliance, a consortium of New England independent insurance agents, focusing on news, information and tips to take the mystery out of insurance.

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    New England has a relatively short summer season, but we manage to pack a lot of fun things into those few months … from lobster, clam & blueberry fests to concerts, historic events and cultural heritage celebrations … plus, we … Continue reading

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    Looking for a fun summer weekend activity that combines history and scenic splendor? Plan a road trip to visit a few of New England’s many lighthouses – there are almost 200 up and down the coastal states, and even Vermont … Continue reading

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    Be sure to stock up on fresh, delicious locally grown food for National Farmers Market Week (August 6-12) sponsored by The Farmers Market Coalition. Buying locally pays dividends back to your community in so many ways. It supports local small … Continue reading

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    Looking for a fun summer weekend activity that combines history and scenic splendor? Plan a road trip to visit a few of New England’s many lighthouses – there are almost 200 up and down the coastal states, and even Vermont … Continue reading

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    Be sure to stock up on fresh, delicious locally grown food for National Farmers Market Week (August 6-12) sponsored by The Farmers Market Coalition. Buying locally pays dividends back to your community in so many ways. It supports local small … Continue reading

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    If leaf peeping is on your agenda this holiday weekend, here’s the latest weather and foliage reports from NECN. Overall, the foliage season is always enjoyable here in New England, but meteorologists say that this year will not be among … Continue reading

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    If there is one myth about breast cancer that needs to be corrected, it’s that breast cancer is only a risk for older women. Nothing could be further from the truth! While risk does increase with age, more than a … Continue reading

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    On Veterans Day, we owe a debt of deep gratitude to all military service members, past and present, for their service to our country. Thank you! There are many events this weekend offering tribute to our veterans … we’ve gathered … Continue reading

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    Another Super Bowl Sunday for the Patriots! Go New England! We’ve gathered a grab bag of fun and interesting related items from around the web to get you in the spirit. The Philadelphia police are hard at work greasing the … Continue reading

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    Marathon Monday is a big day in New England, but particularly in Massachusetts. First, it coincides with Patriots Day, which is a legal holiday in Massachusetts – one of only two states to commemorate the day as a holiday. As … Continue reading

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      Are you approaching Labor Day weekend without any scheduled plans? Don’t worry,  there’s still plenty of time to find things in driving distance right here in New England … from country fairs and music festivals to coastal beaches and … Continue reading

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    For many in New England, this the autumn is the favorite season of the year … crisp days and nights, beautiful scenery and the whiff of cider in the air … people from all over the world travel here, but … Continue reading

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    Get your fright on! Between now and early November, there’s no shortage of spooky, haunted happenings to scare and delight you. Whatever your age – young, old or in-between, there is something for you in our guide. We’ve selected a … Continue reading

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    We’re just one sleep away from the scariest, spookiest night of the year – check out our spooky guide for local Halloween happenings. Fake scary is great fun, but you don’t want things to get real scary for your kids. … Continue reading

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    This week, Daylight Saving Time is ending, don’t forget to set your clocks back. If the whole business makes you irritable, you are not alone. Check out this amusing clip – you might relate. An hour may not sound like … Continue reading

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    We’re so lucky to live in a country where every voice counts. That is, it counts if you exercise your right to vote! In record numbers, people have been taking advantage of early voting, but for many, going to the … Continue reading

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    This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of hostilities of World War I, which occurred in 1918, and was know as Armistice Day. Today, it honors all veterans, past and present. It’s a time to recognize and pay … Continue reading

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    Heading out  to Grandma’s for a home-cooked meal this Thanksgiving? Two words: leave early. This Thanksgiving, AAA says to expect more of everything this year over last year. Expect heavier traffic and higher gas prices when you hit the road. … Continue reading

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