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The David Berkley Insurance Group is taking a no-holds-barred approach to offering insurance coverage

No limits. That’s the philosophy embraced by the team at the newly formed David Berkley Insurance Group, in Medina. Headed by Patrick Althof, Mark Odabashian and Mitch Zofka, David Berkley is changing the way we think about—and buy—insurance. “Most people in the area will recognize our names as having been affiliated...

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Get ready for the holiday season with a deep house cleaning or weekly cleaning service

Thanksgiving and the rest of the holiday season are on their way, yet your home may not be ready. Pet hair from shedding animals, windows stained from summer storms, general grime from our attention being focused outdoors—it all adds up to an unpleasant environment in which to spend the next six months. But we don’t have to tackle...

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Here’s where you can find explosive displays of fall color

I hope I can be the autumn leaf, who looked at the sky and lived. And when it was time to leave, gracefully it knew life was a gift.”—Dodinsky Grab yourself a pumpkin spice latte and catch the fleeting fall colors, an explosive kaleidoscope of ruby reds, sunshiny oranges and lemon yellows along the 60 miles of trails meandering through...

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Create holiday sparkle at your home with crystal clear windows

The fall rush is in full swing. Northeast Ohio homeowners are in a mad dash to take care of essential, last-minute home improvement tasks before the snow flies. “Our phone is ringing off the hook,” says Rick Winrod, the founder of Rolling Thunder Window Cleaning & Pressure Washing. “People know it’s important to have their windows,...

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North and South High helped End 68 Hours of Hunger

When it comes to school spirit, a friendly rivalry between two high schools within the same school district can be a very good thing, especially during the schools’ annual Spirit Week. This year the 2,500-plus Ranger and Rebel students from North High School in Eastlake and South High School in Willoughby raised more than $17,000 to go to a...

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