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Daylight Saving Time 2018: Things to know

Newsday Wednesday, 7 March 2018
Daylight Saving Time 2018: Things to knowDaylight Saving Time returns Sunday, March 11, at 2 a.m. And although we're technically losing an hour of sleep as we "spring ahead," we'll be gaining an hour of daylight.
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News video: Daylight Saving Time Begins Sunday March 11, 2018

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This weekend daylight savings time begins, the practice has been in use for 100 years according to Smithsonian Magazine online. Daylight saving time, or DST, began in the US in 1918 as a way to conserve energy. Neither opponents nor supporters of daylight saving quite sure what it does. Business...

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