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The zen of window cleaning

In 1993, when Rick Winrod was a computer operations specialist living in a high-rise condo overlooking Lake Erie, he got the word: The company he worked for was merging. Layoffs were inevitable. He was out of a job. Unsure what to do next, a neighbor mentioned that there were many people living in the Lakewood high-rise whose...

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Perrino Builders can help you create your dream home

Heading east on Mayfield Road into Geauga County, about four miles from I-271, the landscape transforms from hectic and suburban to relaxing and rural. Suddenly, just before you enter the growing-but-still-quaint center of Chesterland, you see on the north side of the road a stunning rock and glass structure that is the new home of Perrino...

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Parma Heights' Rad Air is radically service oriented

If you’ve ever driven into an auto repair shop with one problem and driven out having paid to fix three or four, Rob Marflak thinks he might know the reason. “Just about all dealerships, national and regional chains pay their service writers and technicians at least partially on commissions and incentive plans,” explains Rob, service...

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The 2018 Lake County YMCA Dream House promises to be a showstopper

If the unveiling of design boards from the dream team behind the 25th Lake County YMCA Dream House is as spectacular as the house itself, we are in for a rare treat. These crazy talented interior designers were gracious enough to invite Mimi to their recent showcase luncheon so she could share with you a sneak peek before the doors of the...

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Willoughby-Eastlake Schools is offering opportunities for students

In the spirit of synergy, Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools has forged mutually beneficial relationships with community partners to open up opportunities for its students. “Strengthening partnerships with local businesses and industry leaders is part of our vision to best prepare our students for the future,” says Superintendent Steve...

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