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Stewart's TV & Appliance is elevating the TV and appliance buying experience

Back in 1946, an ambitious young man named Dick Stewart had earned quite a reputation for fixing things. In fact, people from all over knew to take their broken radios to him at his parents’ home on Marseilles Avenue in Elyria. Although only a few American families had yet to purchase the newfangled invention called the television set, Dick...

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A Final Thought: Cancer is pissing me off

Cancer is really starting to piss me off. It’s like this quirky cousin who’s continually knocking us upside the head for no reason or sticking his foot out to trip us just for fun. He takes our ATM card when we aren’t looking and wipes out our savings. He knows our PIN number because he’s a sneaky b**tard. He borrows the car then comes...

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Get ready for a bigger, better Splash Car Wash

It’s that time of year when you’re likely to find salty, grimy slush droppings splattered beneath your vehicle on your garage floor. If you’ve noticed the dimples and pock marks the salt has created in your concrete over the years, just imagine what it can do to the bottom of your car. Regular undercarriage flushings can help remove road...

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Here’s how The Upbeat K9 can help your pooch play nice

Have you ever seen a person being dragged along by a big, untrained dog, chuckled to yourself and wondered…who’s walking whom? Dog owners nowadays have neither the time nor the temerity to train their furry friends, and function in a state of denial when their pup jumps on people, chews on socks, or ignores verbal commands...

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Here’s how Symphony of Olmsted Falls helps residents maintain their connection to the world around them

Few of us take the time to stop and celebrate the honorable gentlemen for whom President’s Day is named. At Symphony of Olmsted Falls, through their Taste & Tell Program, last month residents discovered the healthy properties of cherries and made cherry crisps in honor of George Washington’s fateful chopped-down cherry tree. Then on the...

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