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Black Friday hot tub cover event!

One of the best things you can do to keep the cost of heating your hot tub to a minimum is to maintain a proper cover. A heavy cover is a sign of water retention, which reduces its ability to insulate. A heavy cover can also break cover lifts and strain the user’s back as they struggle to open it. At The Place, we’re...

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Senior living for a new generation

Generations Healthcare Management is proud to be the managing organization of both Berea Lake Towers and Crystal Waters retirement communities. The family of company founder Robert Coury continues his legacy by providing the same support and services people have come to expect throughout the years. It is in this spirit that the next...

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Adding a fireplace to your home

Temperatures are dropping and Clevelanders are heading indoors. Are you warm enough in there? Does your fireplace need updating? Or, maybe you’d like to add one to that room you can’t seem to keep warm. It’s time to look forward to spending time indoors. The experts at American Home & Energy, in Painesville, can help with...

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When you can’t find the will

Mom or Dad dies, and everyone is left scrambling to try and figure out where the will is. “I’ve had people bring in copies of wills because they can’t find the originals,” says John J. Urban, an attorney who has concentrated in estate management since the mid ‘70s. “In certain circumstances, we can probate a signed copy...

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A Final Thought: Thirteen months without Facebook

On September 25, 2016, I signed off Facebook and didn’t sign back on again until last week. All told, I went 13 months without posting, sharing, commenting, liking, facepalming, or slamming down my phone in frustration at the human race. Being off Facebook was freeing, no longer having to stress over the nuances of managing my online...

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