The public is taking heed of a warning about exploding phones. It is happening more and more and causing some serious injuries.
You may not know it, but the newest generation of smoke detectors do not need their batteries changed; you keep them for 10 years and then toss them.
Sometimes it’s the little things in life that make things better. That’s certainly true after superstorm Sandy ravaged parts of the Tri-State area.
Hoboken officials said some supplies are running low days after Superstorm Sandy caused the Hudson River to flood 25 percent of the city.
Roughly 50 people have called New Jersey’s Division of Consumer Affairs about price gouging of gas, batteries, bottled water and hotel rooms.
Batteries and flashlights have been on high demand since Irene left millions without power around the Tri-State area.