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Encore Garage of Ohio can transform your space into the perfect place to gather

It isn’t unusual for a delighted Encore Garage of Ohio customer, upon viewing his or her sparkling new garage floor for the first time—and after catching his or her breath—to ask owner Mike Padden whether he can do basements as well. “Yes, we can,” Mike assures. “For indoors, we feature a spectacular marbleized pattern that...

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Here’s why everyone who loves the game of golf will be hitting the courses at Bunker Hill this winter

Falling leaves don’t have to mean the end of golf season, insists Chad Gibson, general manager of Bunker Hill Golf Course. “Everybody knows Bunker Hill for our lovely course outside,” Chad says. “But when fall comes, a lot of people start thinking about putting their clubs away for the winter. We encourage them not to...

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With the addition of the Fast Breast MRI, doctors at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center are finding cancer faster

Breast cancer is unique among cancers, says Xuan Huang, MD, PhD, an oncologist who specializes in breast cancer at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center. “For women especially, it’s more than a diagnosis,” Dr. Huang says. “There are a lot of emotional and psychological aspects involved.” That’s why the Breast Health...

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Choice Cabinet goes toe-to-toe with the other guys by providing direct access to quality cabinetry

Among the handsome kitchen vignettes in their new Choice Cabinet showroom, Tony Laurinaitis and his daughter, Jessica Ricard, almost dare you to find a better value somewhere else. “In celebration of opening our new showroom, we are willing to match the price of any competitor’s similarly constructed cabinet, then knock off an additional...

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Active seniors 55 and over are living their best lives at Lorain Pointe Senior Apartments

Erin Hill, property manager at Lorain Pointe Senior Apartments, admits to being a little envious of the community’s residents. “I’m not 55, so I can’t move in,” Erin laments. The oversized food pantries in Lorain Pointe’s two-bedroom apartments was one of the things that first caught her eye. But most of the residents, she...

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