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Here’s how you can rid your home of the winter crud and enjoy, a bright, fresh, clean-smelling environment

As much as winter wreaks havoc on the exterior world—destroying our roads and damaging our landscaping—it also takes its toll on the interior of our homes. After all, we’re stuck inside from December to March as our living spaces suffer a slow build-up of dust, grease, grime, mud, salt, pet hair, cobwebs, illness-spreading...

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Mentor School students hosted a blood drive to give back

After the American Red Cross issued an urgent plea for blood and platelet donation to combat a severe shortage, students at Mentor High School stepped up and decided to answer it. On Wednesday, February 27, they sponsored a blood drive, asking students, teachers, parents and community members to pitch in. The tally for the day was 120...

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Here’s how Pristine Clean can clean and protect your siding, roof and concrete with the biggest discount of the season

Anthony Alberino and Ken Wilson, who co-founded Pristine Clean back in 2008, have always been big believers in customer feedback. And now that the pair has just finished reading the book Legacy, they are even bigger believers. “We both loved that book,” Ken says. “It’s about how to achieve world-class standards, which has a lot to do...

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These historic sites offer a peek into Lake County’s past

Punxatawny Phil may have just predicted an early spring, but, hate to break it to you, this is Northeast Ohio—and we’re probably in for a good dose of winter weather to weather. Rather than holing up in your own home, why not explore fascinating heritage homes and sites here in Lake County? “The plethora of historic sites open...

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Nightingale Stem Cell uses stem cell therapy to help alleviate conditions like arthritis of the knee, hip, shoulder, wrists and spine

Stem cells have been in the news for a good reason. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), part of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, “Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body during early life and growth. In addition, they serve as an internal...

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