Time Zone News
Christmas is just around the corner; no wonder more and more people in Ontario feel some festive vibes. But this season does not only symbolize that holidays are getting closer because December is also the time when people experience the shortest and darkest day on the calendar.
December is a mo... read more
Daylight Saving Time has ended in many states, but some places are still observant of this biannual tradition. As the holidays approach, many people start to experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), or what some commonly refer to as winter blues.
During the holiday season, days become shorte... read more
States that want to keep Daylight Saving Time permanent need approval, and Washington is no exception. Its bill seeking to keep the state in DST year-round has been waiting for federal approval since 2019.
Things have changed as Washington considers new legislation that will make the state stand... read more
Washinton still conducts the twice-a-year tradition, but residents want to end it. As such, the state pushes to abolish Daylight Saving Time.
Washington's first effort was to create a bill that would keep the state in the biannual tradition permanently. But most recently, they have come up with a... read more
People have enjoyed an additional hour of sleep. Thanks to the end of Daylight Saving Time, they have adjusted their clocks one hour backward.
But, the end of the biannual tradition does not only mean more sleep because people have to expect shorter days and earlier sunsets. Not only that, but th... read more
Daylight Saving Time has ended in many states, but there are still places still in observance of this practice. If you are in New Jersey and you hate this biannual tradition, the good news is coming your way because Shirley Turner, a New Jersey senator, proposes new legislation to stop Daylight Sa... read more
Representative Dusty Johnson has signed the ‘Sunshine Protection Act.’ This act aims to get rid of the “fall back” time change, making Daylight Saving Time permanent.
Daylight Saving Time is a biannual tradition where people who observe it need to change their clocks twice a year. Most countries ... read more
Daylight Saving Time is the biannual tradition where time springs forward and falls back. It started decades ago in which it focused on saving energy; however, studies have found that it causes some adverse effects.
According to Sue Scherer, a State Representative, she has heard from many differe... read more
The end of Daylight Saving Time symbolizes one thing: people need to get used to longer nights and colder weather. Though many places have rejoiced for the end of the biannual tradition, almost 13 million people still felt struggles because of the said transition.
According to studies, about 5% o... read more
Blake Stephens of Tahlequah, a senator in Oklahoma, wants to keep Daylight Saving Time permanent. After his interim study in October, he proposed a bill to lock the state into the biannual tradition.
According to Stephens, Daylight Saving Time would benefit the farmers and ranchers. Aside from th... read more
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