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The best thing about driving orange golf balls through the snow and icy winds in the middle of winter is that it’s all for charity

Nothing against Webb Simpson and Tony Finau, but, c’mon. Phoenix? Sixty-six degrees? Dry, pleasant air and a meticulously manicured course? For a $1.4 million top prize? Gimme a break. Kinda makes you wonder how pampered pros like Webb and Tony would stand up against the harsh winter conditions at the nine-hole Nanook’s...

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Blue Heron Event Center in Medina is quickly becoming known as a wedding and event venue that promises to transport your group beyond the ordinary

Whether you are planning an intimate elegant wedding or a large corporate gathering, the Blue Heron Event Center in Medina offers two sophisticated venues to make your day one to remember, explains General Manager Khadar Soussou. “The intimate Heron Room was built in 2018 with the idea of bringing a more modern look to an event center,”...

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Loving yourself means making heart-healthy choices to prevent heart attack and stroke

Heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death in the United States, says Amanda Hall, a certified nurse practitioner at University Hospitals Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute at UH Geauga Medical Center. A healthy lifestyle, Amanda emphasizes, is the key to lowering your risk of heart related...

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Northfield Power Equipment puts the power of top-tier yard equipment in your hands

With a history of success in the contracting business, Gary and Beth Cervelli and their showroom team at Northfield Power Equipment bring an equipment user’s perspective to customer service. Understanding the nuances of how power equipment is used is just one way the team relates to its customers, Gary explains. He says the Northfield Power...

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Choice Cabinet is currently matching the price of any competitor’s similarly constructed cabinet, and knocking off an additional 10 percent

Claudine DiSanto has spent much of her life in the kitchen. “I am 100 percent Italian, so I grew up in a kitchen full of people,” she says. “One thing I’ve known all my life is that a kitchen has to be functional. It can’t simply look good. There has to be a rhyme and reason for everything, or it just doesn’t work...

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