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The Neighborhood Experts at Platinum Real Estate have just launched a buying tool designed to find your dream home

It’s economics 101: When demand is greater than supply, the market is off kilter. Here in Lake County, where a historic shortage of houses for sale (supply) is currently outnumbered by buyers (demand), the situation has triggered multiple offers on homes, and even sight-unseen pre-offers coming in before a home is officially open for...

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A nontraditional commencement ceremony honors the class of 2020

The teachers and staff of Mentor High School have gone the extra mile and then some to make this graduation season special for the 595 class of 2020 students. “We did our best to create a commencement that’s as close as possible to what a normal one would be,” says Principal Jason Crowe. “In staggered numbers, each student walked the...

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Mr. Level is saving homeowners thousands, and helping them to avoid concrete replacement

Joe Work, the founder of Ohio’s Mr. Level, is used to his customers getting emotional about the work he does. He’s seen them cry with happiness, squeal with delight, and literally jump for joy in the front yard. All over concrete leveling. “When someone gets a quote for $10,000-15,000 to replace a driveway, or they’re told they...

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Exterior spring cleaning with Rolling Thunder Window Cleaning & Pressure Washing

Mother Nature has some interesting ways of ensuring the propagation of her diverse creations, including those fuzzy, pollen-filled “tassels” that dangle from oak trees. And then there are the “helicopters” or “spinners” that fall from maple trees, scattering the tender seeds to the four winds. Of course, Mother Nature didn’t...

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Lake Metroparks reveals the best spots to get a bird’s eye view

Heralded by World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, May 9, this month provides one of nature’s finest marvels—the return of migratory birds to Ohio. After spending winter in Central and South America, our feathered friends will travel as many as 600 miles per day during their annual trek home to their nesting grounds. To prepare for the...

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