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Residents at The Village of St. Edward in Fairlawn and Green are enjoying in-person visits with loved ones again

The power of a hug is like a ripple on water: far-reaching, pervasive, profound. When the doors were reopened for personal visits at The Village of St. Edward last month, and residents and their loved ones could finally give each other a long-awaited hug, the scene was magical and heartwarming. “When our doors had to shut in 2020 due...

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Learn how Sewer Cleaning Company can clear your drains and sewer lines quickly and efficiently—and why the company is growing so fast.

When Anthony Peto founded Sewer Cleaning Company, he started with one employee and a single truck. Now, less than two years later, the company has grown to five employees and three trucks, outfitted with leading-edge hydro-jet technology that can clear sewer lines efficiently and completely. The growth, Anthony says, is due to referrals from...

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Proper Access has launched an ambitious plan to change the way we go online and why you’ll never settle for bad internet again

Be warned Spectrum, Frontier, Cox, AT&T, and every other substandard internet provider in Northeast Ohio, there’s a new sheriff in town. It goes by the name Spencer Fi, and it’s being created by Proper Access—the company responsible for the Fort Knox of Wi-Fi security and connectivity. Sean O’Brien, founder of Proper Access and the...

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Mapledale Farm touches every part of the community from supplying homeowners and businesses with top-quality landscape materials to donating supplies for local events

Maintaining a successful family business for nearly 150 years doesn’t happen without honesty, integrity, a strong work ethic and a commitment to the community. Dave Johnson, owner of Mapledale Farm, a landscaping supply company based in Chardon, is devoted to continuing his family’s legacy of providing quality products and services along with...

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Estate planning for parents

While a dog adoption boom in 2020 may be one of the ways we’re going to remember the pandemic, 2021’s baby boom just might be the other. “If the pandemic didn’t pull your relationship apart, chances are good it brought you closer together,” smiles Jay Nabors, a Cleveland-based attorney who focuses on estate planning. “Just about...

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