Spring forward

This weekend marks the beginning of daylight-saving time, when we set clocks forward one hour — we lose an hour of sleep, but it will stay light later.

The bi-annual changing of the clocks also has become the traditional time to change one’s smoke and carbon monoxide detector batteries, something fire officials recommend doing every six months.

It’s hard to think about smoke and CO detectors until they are needed. Don’t wait until then to find out the batteries have died. Change them when you turn those clocks forward and rest easy until next fall.

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