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Cummins releases second album

A lot can happen in seven years—and that’s how long it’s been since we last heard a record from talented singer-songwriter Madison Cummins. Since her 13-song debut “Odd Little Place,” recorded and released during her days at Ohio University, Cummins has kept busy writing and testing out new material on Northeast Ohio’s gigging...

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Lake Metroparks offers a safe and affordable way to enjoy the game

Coronavirus may have canceled or postponed major league sports, but one all-American pastime has weathered the restrictions. Golf is alive and well in Northeast Ohio. “We’re actually seeing an increase in rounds,” says Nick Gustin, head PGA golf professional at Lake Metroparks’ Erie Shores Golf Course in Madison. “It’s funny,...

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D&S Automotive Collision and Restyling will host its Seventh Annual Cruise-In on Saturday, July 25

Whether you are a classic car buff or souped-up automobile enthusiast, don’t miss the D&S Automotive Collision and Restyling Seventh Annual Cruise-In, on Saturday, July 25, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. About 200 cars will be on display, coming from all over the country, as well as music, raffles and food trucks. New this year is the 4x4 class...

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Lake Metroparks says it’s best to just leave nature alone when encountering orphaned babies and other wildlife

June is the month for exploring the great outdoors, whether hiking, biking or gardening. But as we take to the trails, paths and backyards again, it’s good to realize that we’re not alone. If you encounter a wild animal that looks like it’s orphaned or injured, what should you do? We caught up with Tammy O’Neil, wildlife care manager,...

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A nontraditional commencement ceremony honors the class of 2020

The teachers and staff of Mentor High School have gone the extra mile and then some to make this graduation season special for the 595 class of 2020 students. “We did our best to create a commencement that’s as close as possible to what a normal one would be,” says Principal Jason Crowe. “In staggered numbers, each student walked the...

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