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Nearing its 100th anniversary, the legendary Lyndhurst Lumber is still helping homeowners with projects big and small

Not many businesses can say they are preparing for a century celebration. For Lyndhurst Lumber—owned by Britt and Paulette Raburn—the milestone is built on a genuine passion and know-how for helping people build, remodel and repair their homes. An All-American Origin StoryLyndhurst Lumber was founded in 1921 by three brothers who...

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There’s no better way to create memorable family fun than a Lake County Captains game at Classic Park

As our beloved boys of summer—the Lake County Captains—take to the mound and fly past home, there’s never been a better season to catch all the white-knuckle action at Classic Park. In addition to a slew of entertaining events, best-ever fare, and family-friendly activities, you also just might catch a future legend in the...

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With patios, fireplaces, kitchens, splash pads for the kids, and more, the team at Williams Landscaping & Pavers can help you and your family enjoy the great outdoors, every day

The folks at Williams Landscaping & Pavers create a pathway to the outdoors. Making the most of the yard comes naturally to owner Brian Williams, who never misses out on quality time outdoors with his wife, Brandy, and their nine kids. “We like doing a lot of stuff outdoors,” Brian says. “For us, it’s normal to try to be...

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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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The Neighborhood Experts at Platinum Real Estate helps baby boomers find their perfect housing fit

Baby boomers account for about one-quarter of the population in the United States. Now that the 76.4 million people born between 1946 and 1964 are easing into their golden years, the question of where and how they’ll live is gaining traction. “I like to say that 70 is the new 50,” says Denise Zervos, who, along with her husband, Mark,...

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