Yeah, spring ahead this weekend

It is that time again to Spring Ahead,

Mar 13, 2022 – Daylight Saving Time Starts

Sunday, March 13, 2022, 2:00:00 am clocks are turned forward 1 hour to

Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour later on Mar 13, 2022 than the day before. There will be more light in the evening.

Also called Spring ForwardSummer Time, and Daylight Savings Time.

More info:
DST Start 2022: US and Canada

How to handle a lousy inspection

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Timely information to learn the market and make a smart decision when “OMGosh! That’s the one!” comes on the market.

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Thermal Imaging – How It Can Help You Understand Your Home

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About your home from Jameson at Another Level Home
Inspection LLC

If you have a thermal camera, you can see what others can’t.
Thermal imaging is an emerging technology for numerous professions. While the
technology has been around for a long time, it is only in recent history that
it became affordable for many professionals. In my industry, many home
inspectors are adopting thermal cameras as part of their normal practice. While
becoming more prevalent, it is important for everyone to understand the
advantages and limitations of this technology.

Let’s start by talking about how thermal can help. Thermal
cameras see heat. More specifically, radiation heat is the only type of heat
they can see. Visually seeing the temperature of surfaces can help to identify
abnormal temperatures. Abnormal temperatures can be caused by all sorts of
things including moisture issues, insulation issues, electrical problems, pest
issues, and heating system issues…

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LEAP for Education Summer 2022 Teen Internship Program

Cape Ann Community

LEAP for Education is running a FREE 2022 Summer Internship Program for Gloucester Teens!

Work virtually or in person on a project 9 hours per week July 11 – August 18 with a mentor/company where you will gain important workplace skills

Start to build a resume for college and future endeavors – examples of internships include; assistant teaching a Pathways for Children; assisting with youth art classes at Art Haven; project assistance at Gloucester Education Foundation; teen council/community representative for local nonprofits, teller positions at BankGloucester, internships at Appleton Farms, and many more

Receive GHS credit and a salary or $500 stipend

Attend regularly scheduled workplace skills workshops on topics such as job interviewing, searching for college/post high school options, stress management, financial literacy, and resume writing

For more information, to set up an interview to discuss your interests, or to register, please email JoAnn Leavitt, Program Coordinator, at

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