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Willoughby-Eastlake Schools band members are traveling to Disney

“Music education should not be a privilege for a lucky few, it should be a part of every child’s world of possibility,” —Hillary Rodham Clinton The students, families and boosters at Eastlake North High School believe in working hard to broaden their world of possibility. Next March they’ll make a splash on the national stage...

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Re/Max Realtor Katy Dix Brahler says that those who wait this hot real estate market out could be sorry when it’s over

You don’t know what you don’t know. Local Re/Max Realtor Katy Dix Brahler likens this self-evident adage to the state of real estate on Cleveland’s West Side. “Here’s what we don’t know: how many homes will be on the market next year, what the interest rates will be, and how many buyers will still be buying,” says Katy, who...

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Chippewa Place is an independent retirement community committed to offering a personalized experience

If the winding walkway—rimmed with an overflowing tapestry of brightly colored florals and black wrought iron easy chairs—tells you anything about the neighbors and staff at Chippewa Place in Brecksville, it’s that they know how to stop and smell the roses. On any given day, you’ll find folks gathering and chatting,...

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Dave G. found motivation at MaxStrength Fitness

As a retired commercial copywriter, Dave G., of Rocky River, is accustomed to gathering facts, researching topics and bringing tales to life. But when it came to his own life story, he admits he had let it take a sedentary path as he eased into his 50s. “Two years ago, I made the decision to stave off the onset of the decrepitude I was...

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The home remodeling experience is personal again

What if Christmas doesn’t come from a store. What if Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more…” Along with Charlie Brown and Virginia, The Grinch pondered the real meaning of the season and came up with a heartfelt conclusion: It’s not about the stuff. This year, as we look back on the things we’ve survived, it’s a...

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