Summer means it’s time to fire up the grill and invite friends over for a barbecue, but it seems like unexpected guests always crash the party. No, not your in-laws — we’re talking about pesky bugs
If you find yourself a constant feast for mosquitoes during the summer, you’ll want to read this.
Officials In Gloucester County Allow Residents To Get Rid Of Unused Tires And Fight Mosquito Population
Gloucester County is allowing residents to drop off old tires from pickups and personal vehicles.
A Bucks County man, diagnosed on August 20th, has died, according to officials with the state’s West Nile Virus Control Program.
Every summer rain leaves behind a perfect environment for mosquitoes to get busy breeding. Getting rid of standing water in flower pots, birdbaths and recycling bins is a must. But that itself won’t eliminate all of those biting bugs.
“If there’s wind on you, there’s wind on the bugs and the bugs will stay away from you,” Frank Swift explains.
By Jim Donovan PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Summer is synonymous with many things: baseball, fireworks and unfortunately, mosquitoes. They can ruin a summer barbecue faster than a rotten hamburger. In today’s Angie’s List report, Jim Donovan […]
Rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy raises the risk of more mosquitoes in New Jersey.
State health officials say 42 cases of the mosquito-borne illness had been reported around the state as of Friday.
Word from officials Friday that there is a new case of West Nile Virus in our area.
Two of the cases of West Nile are in Delaware County men, and the third is a woman in Centre County.
It’s only the first week of March and already state health officials are concerned about the impact of mosquitoes this spring.
It’s late in the season, but recent floods have prompted state environmental officials schedule another round of mosquito spraying in areas of Bucks County tonight and tomorrow night.
>Mosquito traps collected in Greenfield Park in West Chester Borough have tested positive for West Nile Virus, according to the Chester County Health Department.
Alexandra Taylor has designed and is selling scarves to help prevent malaria.