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Here’s how to stop deer damage

Jeff Ardo knows the frustration of seeing beautiful trees, shrubbery and flowers destroyed by deer. “It takes a lot of time, money and effort to select and install plant material,” he says. “No one wants to see all that go to waste.” Jeff is the founder of En Garde Deer Defense, a deer deterrent spray service company that prevents deer...

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Jason Hicks' American Wood Reface does fast, high-quality kitchen transformations—for less

When it comes to remodeling your kitchen, there is one option you should seriously consider: refacing. The industry has undergone a remarkable transformation in the past 20 years, led, in part, by innovative entrepreneurs like Jason Hicks of Northeast Ohio’s American Wood Reface. “Homeowners are really starting to grasp the benefits of...

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With 50-degree temps in February, contractors are getting a jump start on an early spring

With February temperatures in the 40s and 50s, construction crews in Northeast Ohio are working right through winter. The warmer temps likely mean an early spring, so if you’re in the industry and want to maximize your safety, efficiency and profitability in 2024, now is the time to order your new equipment. “There are still some inventory...

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A feast of fresh flavors awaits at Miles Farmers Market

For the past half-century, Miles Farmers Market has played a central role in supplying families with all the staples they need to celebrate the holidays. “We have been in town for more than 50 years, so we feel like we are family and part of everyone’s holidays,” says Justin Golobek, store manager “For Easter we have everything you...

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If you enjoy old-world cheeses imported from Europe, but still want to support local farmers and businesses, here’s how to do it

When it comes to cheese, many people prefer the rich flavors of old-world artisan cheeses imported from Europe. But what if you prefer imported cheeses and want to support local farmers and local businesses? The answer is Bunker Hill Cheese—made by the same family using the same techniques their ancestors used for generations in...

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