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A quieter, more energy efficient, and cozier home can be yours with with foam insulation from Primary Home Improvements

Would you like to feel more comfortable in your home? Are you always too hot or too cold? Wouldn’t it be nice to skip the street noise or the neighbors talking in their yard? Physical comfort, peace and quiet and even saving some money on your energy bills are all attainable with whole-home insulation from Primary Home Improvements (PHI). A...

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Chagrin Home Improvements has a team of deck specialists ready to transform your outdoor living area in just two days

Summer is upon us, and if you haven’t scheduled your deck cleaning and staining, you’re in luck. The level of service and the quality of the job they do at Chagrin Home Improvements has become common knowledge in the area—so much so that owner Joe Jacobs has added two new trucks to the fleet in order to serve more customers, just in...

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At Gino’s—More Than Just Italian, expert chef Gino Antonelli and his family invite you and your family to get more out of your dining experience

Gino Antonelli has spent his whole life living and loving food. Today, as a chef and owner of Gino’s—More Than Just Italian, Gino is combining everything he has learned from that lifetime love affair with food to create the place he hopes will become a favorite for families and friends to gather, celebrate and eat. “I grew up eating...

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Essentials Garden & Design Studio puts a creative, elegant spin on outdoor spaces

Some of you might be familiar with Shelley Mapp as the owner of Essentials clothing store in Fairlawn. Shelley has taken her passion for design and decor outdoors and opened a new store, Essentials Garden & Design Studio, just a couple doors down. “I love clothes, I love decorating, interior and exterior home design, art and everything...

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Experience Cleveland like never before on the newly renovated GOODTIME III

Captain Rick Fryan spends his days and many of his evenings aboard Cleveland’s iconic vessel, one that has been a part of his family for 65 years. In fact, Captain Rick’s grandfather and great uncle brought the first Goodtime to the shores of Lake Erie in 1958. Rick officially joined his father, Jim Fryan in the family business in...

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