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The Gutter Boys' subscription gutter-cleaning service lets you “set it and forget it"

We all know it’s important to keep our gutter systems flowing smoothly, but cleaning them is a dirty, dangerous job, one we should not be doing ourselves. But it’s also difficult to schedule gutter cleaning until you notice the dreaded overflows. Now, The Gutter Boys—a team of full-service, gutter specialists—has the solution:...

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Even with the busy spring season beginning to peak, Pristine is scheduling jobs and performing them without the long delays customers may experience with other contractors

Spring is here and power washing season is in full swing. Here in Northeast Ohio, where wet winters and a lack of sunshine lead to grime, moss and mildew on our homes, power washing has become a regular spring maintenance project. “With power washing, homeowners see an instant improvement in the look of their property,” says Ken Wilson,...

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Lake Metroparks is commemorating Earth Day with a celebration full of eco-awareness, outdoor adventures and a focus on small ways to make a big difference

The annual Earth Day celebration kicked off in 1970 as a means to raise awareness about protecting our natural resources for future generations. Think of it as the ultimate “paying it forward.” This year, the theme of this global initiative is “Invest In Our Planet,” with a goal of lighting the spark to accelerate change toward a...

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Jason Hicks’ American Wood Reface does fast, high-quality kitchen transformations...for less

When it comes to remodeling your kitchen, there is one option you should seriously consider: refacing. The industry has undergone a remarkable transformation in the past 20 years, led, in part, by innovative entrepreneurs like Jason Hicks of Northeast Ohio’s American Wood Reface. “Homeowners are really starting to grasp the benefits of...

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Back in action after a three-year hiatus, Eastlake Middle School students are ready to bust a move for a great cause at the Autism Awareness Dance-a-Thon

When it comes to giving back, the students at Eastlake Middle School believe in thinking big and following their hearts in action—and in wearing thick socks. On Saturday, April 15, they’ll be cutting the rug from noon until midnight at the 13th Annual Autism Awareness Dance-a-Thon. “This is our first year back after the pandemic and...

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