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Blue Heron Brewery is open for indoor festivities once again

Christmas came early last year at the Blue Heron Brewery. Good thing, too, because when Brewmaster Mike Piazza broke open the stash of his popular Christmas Ale on July 9, little did he realize that the Medina brewpub would be closed because of Covid-19 throughout the real holiday season. The good news is that Blue Heron patrons now have...

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The team at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center is committed to keeping every member of the community safe and healthy

During a year in which medical professionals were heavily focused on the global pandemic, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center continued to find innovative ways to better care for its community in 2020, says Donald DeCarlo, MD, MBA, President of UH Geauga Medical Center and Associate System Chief Medical Officer, East Region. “Our...

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MDG Flooring America puts its customers in the winner’s circle

For many people, the past year has reestablished the importance of family bonds and the support of friends and neighbors in the community. Family-owned MDG Flooring America has emphasized those same relationships since the business was started almost 20 years ago, says President and co-owner Steve Walbolt, who runs the company with his cousin,...

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Blue Heron Brewery has created an exclusive Take and Bake Christmas meal designed to give you the day off from cooking

Don’t tell Grandma, but your Christmas feast this year could just be the best ever. And the simplest. That’s because the Blue Heron Brewery’s Take and Bake Christmas meal, featuring filet mignon, oven-baked chicken Florentine and seafood pasta with shrimp, salad and crab, is as easy as ordering online, picking it up and heating it...

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Improve your quality of life with incontinence treatment options close to home

For many women, urinary and fecal incontinence are embarrassing conditions that impact the quality of life. Fortunately, insists David Sheyn, MD, a urogynecologist at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, those conditions—and other pelvic floor disorders—are easily treatable, most often without surgery. “Too many women...

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