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Now in its 12th year, the Rainbow Bridge Walk gives pet owners who’ve experienced the loss of a furry family member the opportunity to pay tribute

Anyone who has experienced the loss of a beloved pet knows how devastating it can be. The mourning process for a human loved one usually involves an organized ritual, including gatherings to remember and say goodbye. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case with the death of a pet. “After attending a walk to support a friend whose loved one...

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The Cuyahoga County Fair is back with more rides, food and fun than ever before

There’s nothing more synonymous with summertime than a good old-fashioned county fair. Lucky for us to be able to enjoy one of the best in the Midwest, in our back yard. From midway rides to horse shows, celebrity appearances, arts and crafts, beer and wine gardens, farm animals and shows galore, the 127th Cuyahoga County Fair, themed...

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You can take a ride to victory with Laketran’s new Sports Express service to Cleveland Browns Stadium for all home games in 2024

Root, root, rooting for the home team just got even easier for Lake County residents. Laketran has announced the launch of its new Sports Express bus service, providing convenient transportation to all 2024 Cleveland Browns home games, including preseason competition. The service kicks off on Saturday August 10, when the Browns face off...

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Tours of this year’s Lake County YMCA Dream House are happening right now

Tour tickets to the Lake County YMCA Dream House have become one of the hottest draws of summer. Designed and built by ProBuilt Homes, the nearly 3,000-square-foot house is worth more than $700,000. Several of the region’s top designers volunteered their talent: Kyle Baker, of Kyle L. Baker Interiors; Samantha Bryan, Decorganize It;...

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Lake Metroparks emphasizes the crucial role of pollinators in food production and plant health, urging the public to support their habitats

The next time you bite into an apple, slice a tomato, or sip the perfect cup of coffee, appreciate that it wouldn’t be possible without the efforts of a trusty pollinator. In the U.S., pollination by bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and insects accounts for $40 billion in food and beverages produced each year, or about one in every three...

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