The public is reminded to turn their clocks ahead this coming Sunday at 2 a.m. for the start of what is known as Daylight Saving Time.

The public is reminded to turn their clocks ahead this coming Sunday at 2 a.m. for the start of what is known as Daylight Saving Time.
Although recent weather events and the current landscape certainly don’t indicate it, the start of Daylight Saving Time is a sign spring is on its way. That means more hours of sunlight.
Remember, too, this is a good time to check the batteries on your smoke detector.