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You can win in one of Northeast Ohio’s most successful annual charity events, the Lake County YMCA Dream House

Each year, the team that orchestrates the Lake County YMCA Dream House pulls off the unthinkable: designing and building a home from the ground up and filling it with inspiring home decor. And its 26th year is no different. On Saturday, June 29, the doors will be open for tours of the 2019 Dream House. Dubbed a “modern farmhouse,”...

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Rolling Thunder Window Cleaning & Pressure Washing safely and effectively cleans siding, roofs, concrete, windows and gutters affordably

We’ve gotten so much rain lately that The Weather Channel recently changed the logo in its website and mobile app to read, “The Water Channel.” While it may be a funny little PR stunt, the spring deluges we’ve been experiencing are no joke. Our gutters are overflowing, endangering our basements and foundations and creating tell-tale...

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To benefit Stewart’s Caring Place and those impacted by cancer, the Butterfly Gala provides everyone the opportunity to fund hope

Founded on the belief that there is more to cancer than chemotherapy and surgery, Stewart’s Caring Place gives cancer patients hope, helps them thrive—and supports the entire family. Inspired by Dr. Stewart Surloff’s struggles and triumphs during his cancer journey, his wife, Mimi, created Stewart’s Caring Place in 2004 to provide...

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Rick Winrod’s Rolling Thunder Window Cleaning and Power Washing is a one-call source for a long list of home maintenance services

One of the problems with home improvement companies is that you need a thick Rolodex to keep up with them. That’s because most contractors do only one thing. You gotta have the powering washing company, the window cleaning company, the gutter cleaning company… Or you could just have Rick. Rick Winrod, the founder of Rolling...

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Caring for your skin with all-natural Thentix

Last week, the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, an arm of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, announced the results of a pilot study involving the use of sunscreen. The results: It took just one day of use for several common sunscreen ingredients to enter the bloodstream at levels high enough to trigger a government safety...

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