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Mark your calendars for the Zelienople Area Business Association’s 35th Annual Country Fall Festival! Sat. Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday Oct. 13 from noon to 5 p.m. Admission is FREE  Enjoy two days of Live Musical Entertainment, Delicious Homemade Country Foods, Local Antiques, Gift Shops, Restaurants, Museums, and Stores. READ MORE >>

Will you marry me? No matter how you say it, asking someone to marry you is a huge step in your life and can come with some pre-proposal jitters. Not to add any more stress—but have you thought about what you would do if something happened to the ring? What if you lost it? Or it got damaged? READ MORE >>

When it comes to what is and isn't covered on home insurance the line is usually drawn at one simple question: Was there anything you could have done to prevent the damages? This is why we check our plumbing for leaks and keep our smoke detector batteries fresh. One area that many homeowners neglect, however, is ventilation. READ MORE >>

  Car owners often assume that if their car is totaled, it will be replaced at the amount they paid, or at least the amount they owe. READ MORE >>

Unfortunately, many people wrongly assume that auto and umbrella insurance policies will provide reimbursement for all aspects of an accident on the road. Instead, both of these policies cover your own liability and provide compensation to others in the event that you are responsible for an accident. READ MORE >>

People always say that home insurance is "better to have and not need than the other way around." The trick is figuring out when you need it. Ideally, insurance is a last line of defense. Sometimes, it even makes far more sense to cover the damages yourself without filing a claim. Here's are some things to consider: READ MORE >>


If you’re familiar with your business insurance plan, you’ve probably examined its professional liability coverage to great extent. Between employee slip-and-fall injuries, construction site injuries, fleet accidents and more, there are a lot of situations which can result in financial trouble. READ MORE >>

Builder’s Risk Coverage: Understanding the Policy Period   Construction projects, regardless of their size, can present complex insurance issues. Are you confused about your exposures and policy options? If so, it’s no surprise—there are no standard builder’s risk policy forms covering these types of risks. READ MORE >>

  Does Your Auto Insurance Cover Rental Cars?   When renting a car, the rental company will typically ask if you’d like to purchase insurance coverage for the vehicle. It’s at this point when you have to ask yourself: Do my personal insurance policies provide the coverage I need, or should I purchase insurance through the rental car company? READ MORE >>

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