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With more than 100 different options, choosing your Medicare coverage can be overwhelming and Kevin Swartz, of Senior Partners Group, can help

Did you know there are more than a hundred options to choose from when it comes to Medicare? Did you know many of these choices have benefits that change annually? Annual Enrollment is coming in October; that’s when the majority of seniors can make a change in their benefits. Advertisements for the 2023 year will start on October 1, and...

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Here’s how physical therapy can stop neck pain and help you avoid orthopedic surgery

Neck pain, whether from a motor vehicle accident, sleeping on it wrong, or from lifting too much weight, can lead to chronic deficits that limit quality of life and function. It is important to see a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy first to assess your symptoms and movement limitations by evaluating how your body compensates for neck pain...

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With more than 100 different options, choosing your Medicare coverage can be overwhelming and Dominic Bagnoli, of Maconachy Stradley Insurance, can help

Did you know there are more than a hundred options to choose from when it comes to Medicare? Did you know many of these choices have benefits that change annually? Annual Enrollment is coming in October; that’s when the majority of seniors can make a change in their benefits. Advertisements for the 2023 year will start on October 1, and...

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Blue Heron’s wildly popular Sunday Brunch is back and they’re piling on the good stuff

You may think you’ve seen it all when you’ve experienced Blue Heron Brewery’s spectacular Hail Mary Bloody Mary. Maybe not. That’s because Ben Erjavec, executive chef and co-owner of the Medina establishment, can’t keep from pushing the envelope on fun and creative cuisine. And that he has done again with the re-introduction of...

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Rescue Me Pawsome Style could use a little help saving lives

We are currently going through a “dog-demic.” Shelters are overloaded with dogs that people bought during the pandemic and, for one reason or another, ended up not wanting. For these poor pups, and others who have been injured, abused or abandoned, a local nonprofit is making waves nationally to find them a home. Meet Martha Ball...

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