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Here’s why Kevin Wasie, of Exactly, says setting your selling price is the key to netting more for your home

Many homeowners who wonder how much their house is worth often search online real estate database companies like Zillow to get an estimated market value. Oftentimes, however, online estimates are too low or too high, and not an accurate valuation. “When selling your home, setting the right listing price is one of the most important...

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Your child can experience the magic and art of dance while developing important life skills at Tutu School, opening in October in Strongsville

Becoming a parent changes everything. For Katie and Grant Dettling, it put them on a different career trajectory. As professional dancers, they have traveled the country landing many lead roles in classic and contemporary ballets. Their current role as parents inspired them to open Tutu School in Fairlawn three years ago and now in Strongsville,...

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Straight or curly?

Whether you want to embrace your curls or straighten your hair, the stylists at Cory’s Hair Studio & Day Spa have options for both. For those with naturally curly hair, Cory’s stylists are certified in the DevaCut, a specialized dry-cutting technique in which the hair is cut when it is in its natural, dry state instead of wet. “Each...

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With the opening of University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center’s new surgical suites, patients enjoy the comfort and convenience of general and specialized surgical procedures, close to home

While most hospitals have advanced medical equipment, often it is the little touches that make for an exceptional patient experience. So, when University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center designed its Phase 2 expansion, the architects brought together a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses and staff members to perceive the space from all...

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S&S Heating & Cooling wants to make sure that when the temps start to dip, you’re in the warm-up

While most of the country saw record-high temperatures and stormy weather these past few months, it was a pleasant summer in Northeast Ohio. Heading into winter, our luck may run out. According to the Farmers’ Almanac, we can expect a cold and snowy winter, with plenty of snow, sleet and ice. “We can’t control the weather outside, but we...

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