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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. BEFORE “Homeowners are really starting to grasp the...

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There are plenty of places to enjoy the great white outdoors

Like the song says, “let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.” Having just come out of a difficult 2020, we find ourselves in glorious snow season. “Seriously, this is what we live for,” says Seth Begeman, chief of outdoor education for Lake Metroparks. “Lake County is one of the snowiest spots in the state and we are blessed with...

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The Neighborhood Experts at Platinum Real Estate offer these tips to perfectly position your house to sell

With today’s hot real estate market, you never know when the opportunity might pop up for you to sell your home. But if it does, are you ready? “It’s exciting to put your house on the market and think of making memories in new spaces, but it helps to be prepared for the process,” says Denise Zervos, who, along with her husband, Mark,...

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Hometown Holidays celebration in Medina

Main Street Medina’s Hometown Holidays celebration continues throughout the holiday season to allow for proper social distancing. “This year’s celebration features a community Christmas tree, wonderful decorations and lighting, and amazing local shopping and dining,” says Matt Wiederhold, executive director for Main Street Medina...

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What happens when wild animals get orphaned, sick or injured

You can’t take a walk in the wild without appreciating soaring birds, skittering squirrels or precocious foxes. But what happens when these animals are injured, orphaned or sick? In Lake County, many of them end up at the Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center at Lake Metroparks Penitentiary Glen Reservation in Kirtland. Most are rehabilitated and...

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