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Painting 101 with Chagrin Home Improvements

The holidays are right around the corner, and we’re excited to welcome friends and family into our homes. You might even be thinking about slapping a new coat of paint on the walls to freshen up the place before guests arrive. Before you dip that brush in the can, remember, it might look easy, but interior painting requires a highly skilled...

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Knock out your holiday giving while cashing in on the unwanted gold or silver at Chagrin Falls Gold & Coins

Based on the recent reports of longer wait times and higher prices for package deliveries, we may need to start thinking about those holiday gifts even sooner this year. The good news is, Chagrin Falls Gold & Coins is a one-stop shop, whether it’s for unique jewelry or extra cash to get started on that shopping list. “We are a local,...

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Independence, Privacy, Dignity, Choice: These four tenets are at the forefront of resident care at Aberdeen Crossings

There’s always something new and exciting at Aberdeen Crossings Assisted Living in Highland Heights. After a long year of lock-downs and isolation from family due to Covid-19, the residents are back in action, welcoming visitors and busy planning new activities along with Diane Strunak, Senior Living Counselor. “I approach all of the...

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Here’s how Jeffrey Toll and Gerald Tamburro are connecting the Amish community to jobs in the English world, and how you can benefit from an exceptional work ethic

There’s something about the Amish way of life that suggests a simpler, more authentic existence. In this unpredictable world, Amish living can be nostalgic and comforting. Jeffrey Toll and Gerald Tamburro, owners of Geauga Transportation Hub, felt that same attraction to a simpler life. Both moved to Amish Country in Geauga County and...

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The full-bodied Amarone wine

In late September through October in Valpolicella, in the Veneto region of northeastern Italy, grapes are harvested to create a rich, dry red wine called Amarone. “The corvina, corvine and rondinella grapes are destined for Amarone wine and are the last to be harvested,” says Jim Sperk, of the Northern Ohio Wine Guild. “They are allowed...

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