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Maintenance-free luxury living in a prime location: Could The Village at Hinckley Oaks be a fit for you?

Hinckley’s newest neighborhood is charming potential residents with the inviting promise of upscale living with amenities to suit every interest and the ultra-convenience of a maintenance-free lifestyle. The Village at Hinckley Oaks lives up to its endearing tagline: Comfort. Convenience. Connection. “Our 117 luxury apartment homes...

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Unlike national lawncare firms like TruGreen™, Correy Petz’s EverGreen Turf Solutions specializes exclusively in Northeast Ohio lawns

One of the things they teach in business school is the concept of “price elasticity.” It’s a measure of how much a change in price affects demand. So MBA’s leading major national companies may determine that a 15% increase in price will result in a loss of 5% of customers, resulting in 10% revenue growth. Companies do this all the...

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Should you get cancer coverage?

No one is immune from the risk of cancer, young or old. However, age does play a role, with the average age of people diagnosed with cancer being 66.* Are you prepared if the unthinkable should happen? Fortunately, I can help you find a supplemental plan that may help with out of pocket costs if you receive a qualified cancer diagnosis. You...

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The top team of landscaping pros at ASE Outdoor Solutions expertly craft hardscapes and landscapes throughout Northeast Ohio

According to records, Punxsutawney Phil has seen his shadow and predicted six more weeks of winter 108 times over the past 128 Groundhog Days. Not very encouraging. However, it’s important to note that he’s only gotten the prediction correct 39% of the time. Wherever we wind up this year, the promise of springtime is not far off. February...

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Cleveland Celtic Ensemble comes to Medina

Back in Ireland, the recognition of St. Patrick’s Day didn’t come into prominence until the 20th century and was customarily celebrated with cozy gatherings of friends and traditional Irish music. (Despite popular belief, the Irish do not actually eat corned beef and cabbage, nor will you find any river in Ireland dyed green. And the drinking...

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