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There’s still time to have your best summer ever!

The 80-degree temperatures have arrived and shorts and swimsuit season is finally here. If you’ve picked up unwanted pounds over the winter and cold, wet spring—or if you’ve been trying to lose weight for a long while without success—here’s a safe and effective way to shed 20 to 40 pounds in six to eight weeks, guaranteed,...

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Mentor Schools is focused on strengthening the partnership between students and the local businesses that could hold the keys to their future

After hearing about the Cardinal Connect Luncheon on Monday, May 2, at Paradigm in Mentor—Mimi can say she has restored faith in the next generation. “The purpose of the luncheon, which served more than 140 people, was to connect students with local business partners,” says Kristen Kirby, community relations director for Mentor...

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The City of Mentor has just announced its summer lineup of events

For music lovers, beachgoers, foodie fans, wine enthusiasts, parade watchers, yoga followers and anyone who enjoys the protracted oohs and aahs of fireworks, the City of Mentor has just announced its summer lineup of events. According to Ante Logarusic, communications officer for the city, they have expanded their schedule. “I think...

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Fishing at Lake Metroparks is an ideal sport for people of all ages

In the olden days, shopkeepers would hang a sign that said “Gone Fishin’” on their door to let people know they were taking a break to kick back and relax. Couldn’t we all use a little more of that? Well, darling, it turns out you are living amidst ponds, rivers and streams that are renowned for their fish. In fact, Lake Erie is...

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Avoiding the storm chasers

You have probably heard the term “storm chasers” from the Weather Channel—men and women who fling themselves headlong into severe weather events for the sake of good TV. But there is another storm chaser far more common. These are unscrupulous, out-of-state “contractors” who knock on doors in the wake of storms and sell low-quality...

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