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Bunker Hill’s new state-of-the-art golf simulator can take your game to the next level

Face control isn’t about suppressing your grimace after an awful drive. It’s about how your club face meets the ball to make it fly straight off the tee. Today it’s easier than ever to save face—and diagnose the reason for those embarrassing hooks and slices. That’s because Bunker Hill Golf Course has upgraded its popular...

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The Burning River Buckets are ready to bring home another championship, and you won’t want to miss a minute of the action

Promises made. Promises kept. In 2021, General Manager George Phillips founded the pro Burning River Buckets and made a substantial promise to the people of Lake County—to bring a national American Basketball Association championship home. The beloved team won the regional championship in 2022, and in April this year became...

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The Berea-Midpark Craft Show benefitting the performing arts takes place Saturday and Sunday, October 21 and 22

The Berea-Midpark Craft Show has earned a name for itself over the past 42 years as one of the biggest and best holiday craft shows in Northeast Ohio. “This year we have a variety of more than 200 vendors in four designated zones showcasing crafted items like jewelry, home décor, home goods, clothing, crafts and baked goods,” says Michelle...

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Look for Mother Nature to paint a glorious autumn picture soon at Lake Metroparks, with peak leaf viewing the second week of October

While the first hint of “sweater weather” might have you diving into your closet for suede boots or cozy cashmere, it makes Mimi take wistful pause to honor and appreciate the change. Like all things in life, fall comes with an endgame. According to the 2023 Fall Foliage Prediction Map, peak leaf viewing in Lake County will be the second...

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Mentor High School student Ayesha Faruki’s dedication to STEM education inspires a nationwide summer initiative

This summer, while most students her age were relaxing and kicking back, 15-year-old Mentor High School student Ayesha Faruki was busy running a virtual STEM summer camp for 25 students from across the country. As an avid competitor on Mentor’s Science Olympiad teams since 6th grade and a student coach for Memorial and Shore Middle Schools,...

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