Build-A-Bear Recalls Stuffed Animal Toy Due to Choking Hazard

A recall has been issued for more than 25,000 Sulley character stuffed animals sold at Build-A-Bear Workshop stores and online. The stuffed animal's eye can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.   Sulley is a furry blue creature from the Monsters movies. The

Build-A-Bear Recalls Stuffed Animal Toy Due to Choking Hazard2021-04-16T15:34:35-04:00

New Effort in Boston To Enhance Bicycle Safety With Helmet Rental Program

Biking in Boston, like many cities across the country, has become more popular during the last couple of years, as consumers use bikes more often for commuting, as well as in competitions, in charity rides, and for pleasure. Also, Boston now offers a bike-sharing option,

New Effort in Boston To Enhance Bicycle Safety With Helmet Rental Program2021-04-16T14:17:32-04:00

Toysmith Recalls Toy Light-Up Frogs and Ducks Due to Choking Hazard

This recall includes about 30,000 light-up soft plastic toy frogs and ducks. The toys light up when the sensors on the bottom of the product are touched or placed in water.  The frog comes in green and the ducks come in yellow, pink, and clear. 

Toysmith Recalls Toy Light-Up Frogs and Ducks Due to Choking Hazard2021-04-16T06:40:33-04:00

Kids II Inc. Recalls Baby Einstein Activity Jumpers Due to Impact Hazard

Units: About 400,000 and 8,500 in Canada   Description: This recall includes more than 408,000 Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumpers with model number 90564, mostly sold in the United States, though some were sold in Canada as well. There is a yellow sun toy

Kids II Inc. Recalls Baby Einstein Activity Jumpers Due to Impact Hazard2021-04-16T14:43:36-04:00

Propane Explosion Kills Man in Yarmouth, Maine

A Yarmouth, Maine man was killed and at least a dozen of his neighbors were displaced by an explosion Tuesday, June 25th that destroyed or damaged homes.   The effects of the blast were felt miles away. Police and fire officials said the blast, believed

Propane Explosion Kills Man in Yarmouth, Maine2021-04-16T05:49:24-04:00

Philips Recalls Metal Halide Lamps Due to Fire, Laceration Hazards

These metal halide lamps have internal wiring which can arc, causing the lamp to catch fire or the glass to shatter. This poses fire and laceration hazards.   The recalled items are egg-shaped, clear glass, 150-watt industrial metal halide lamps. They are about five inches

Philips Recalls Metal Halide Lamps Due to Fire, Laceration Hazards2021-04-16T12:56:49-04:00
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