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Previously, we shared some tips for summer safety around the grill. Now, we turn our attention to the waterways and boating safety. From the Charles River to Lake Cochituate, a day out on the boat is always a treat. But before pushing off from the dock, be sure to keep the following safety considerations in mind. READ MORE >>

Have you received a notice about your home insurance policy renewal in the mail yet? If not, go check the mailbox. (We’ll wait.) Your policy renewal is something that you should consider carefully every year. After all, your home and the items within are some of your most valuable possessions. READ MORE >>

The time has come — school is out (or almost) and summer has arrived! We’re giving away awesome prize packages to three lucky winners in our annual Educators Insurance Summer Giveaway. Picture yourself taking in the sights and sounds of Fenway Park watching the Red Sox take on their arch rivals the New York Yankees. READ MORE >>

We’re right at the start of one of the best parts about living in New England: the summer. Clam shacks down on the Cape, dairy bars, lounging on the Esplanade by the Charles River, chilling in the backyard hammock, camping in the shadow of the Berkshires … there’s no other time quite like it. READ MORE >>

Whether you’re reading the news, sharing photos with family and friends or researching your next vacation destination, information is being shared across the web. While browsing the internet, there are some basic measures you can take to protect your private information. READ MORE >>

The Museum of Fine Arts. Museum of Science. Mass MoCA. “Old Ironsides.” Plimoth Plantation. There are several tried and true museum and historical destinations across the Commonwealth. But whether you’re planning a class field trip or a family outing, some of these sites may be crowded or out of the way. READ MORE >>

Springtime is here, change is in the air — in more ways than one. One change to which we need to be particularly attentive is the change in weather. As the climate warms, we need to be aware of the impact these shifts can have on our homes. READ MORE >>

Despite the somewhat chilly month we’ve been having so far, the calendar doesn’t lie … it’s May. And you’re probably starting to eye that date circled on the next calendar page. The last day of the school year is fast approaching, and no one knows that better than the students! READ MORE >>

We remember the torrential rains in March 2010 that caused $330 million in damage across the Northeast, including Massachusetts. If you were lucky enough not to have been impacted, remember: it doesn’t necessarily take a catastrophic weather event such as that to create basement flooding that can cause significant damage to your home. READ MORE >>

  Dive into the new and improved Educators Insurance Agency (EIA) blog. Across the Commonwealth, the mercury is creeping higher on back porch thermometers and bare branches are poised to erupt in bloom. At last, summertime is coming. With this sense of renewal in the air, we are excited to announce the relaunch of the EIA blog. READ MORE >>

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