'Fall back and spring forward' is the saying in order to remember and believe it or not, it's that time of year once again as we move the clocks back an hour in the northeast. If it seems later than usual, it really isn't.

Daylight Saving Time officially ends on Sunday, November 1st at 2:00 a.m.; that's Halloween night, if you're keeping track.  It's been the first Sunday in November for the last eight years; however, before that it used to change in mid to late October. Congress voted to move the time change to November back in 2007.

Daylight Saving Time was enacted to save energy and cut down on crime. Arizona and Hawaii are the only states that don't participate.
Follow Bill Keeler on Facebook