Fri., Nov. 15, 2019  •  St. Lawrence County, NY


A new law went into effect in St. Lawrence County Nov. 1 requiring parents to keep infants and toddlers in rear-facing child safety seats until they are at least two years old or until they reach the maximum height and weight for the seat being used. The new state law falls in line with updated recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics. “A rear-facing seat provides increased support for the very vulnerable and still-developing head, neck and back of young children,” said Elizabeth Carey, Director of Public Relations at AAA Western and Central New York.

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The end of Daylight Saving Time ended Nov. 3. Daylight saving time in the U.S. is the practice of setting the clocks one hour ahead of standard time for around eight months of the year from March to November. This results in later daylight hours over the summer months and early darkness when we return back to standard time during the winter months.

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