Fall back… .
Don’t forget to set your clock back one hour back.
Daylight Saving Time is ending tonight at 2 a.m.; the first Sunday of November.
It is also the 28th year of the Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery program, sponsored by Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs.
In and interview after the Orchard Street house fire in Upton in the spring of 2013 Upton Fire/EMS Chief Ron Goodale stressed the importance of working smoke detectors. “Most people don’t plan on having a fire; we know three people got out unharmed because of working smoke detectors.” Chief Goodale advised changing the batteries in your smoke detectors when you move your clocks for daylight savings. “Smoke detectors are an important safety feature, it’s important to make sure they are working,” said Goodale.