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Forget the foot pain associated with running. Dr. Danielle Shaper of Finesse Footcare offers these tips and a revolutionary remedy to help keep you moving

As a big proponent of daily exercise, podiatrist Dr. Danielle Shaper of Finesse Footcare does everything possible to keep her patients walking, running and hiking. “The body of research related to the short- and long-term benefits of exercise is overwhelmingly positive, from stronger bones, muscles and joints; to lower risk for obesity,...

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At Century Village Museum in Burton, history comes to life with two exciting May event

Hear ye, hear ye. Century Village Museum in Burton is prepared to transport you back in time to the era of the American Civil War, with a special event taking place on Saturday, May 25, and Sunday, May 26. Century Village, a fully restored Western Reserve Village and 65-acre working farm consisting of 22 historic buildings including historic...

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After transitioning to a new team name and adding more agents, what’s next for local real estate agent Amy Hoes and her Showcase Home Group at eXp Realty?

“People who cannot invent and reinvent themselves must be content with borrowed postures, secondhand ideas, fitting in instead of standing out.” —Warren Bennis In our last story, we announced that longtime Medina-based real estate agent Amy Hoes and her team at eXp Realty had reinvented and rebranded as Showcase Home Group. Now,...

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The Villas at Canterwood Farms promises a stunning location, low-maintenance living and a genuine feeling of community

Are you an empty nester looking for a new home that fits your current lifestyle? How does an upscale, low-maintenance, ranch community sound? Simply lock and go as you travel the world or stay right here with plenty of space and amenities to entertain friends and family. The Villas at Canterwood Farms in Concord Township, an Epcon Community by...

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Hand-selected meats and other farm-fresh items are available now at Maple Country Meats

Maple Country Meats opened in Kirtland last fall with the lofty goal of providing locally sourced meats and groceries to the community. According to Vice President Fred Ahrens, the goal was to meet a need that wasn’t being served in the community: the availability of high-quality, hand-picked meats from local farmers. “Now more than...

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