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Abundant spring debris combined with a lack of rain means dangerous gutter overflows are coming with the first summer thunderstorm and now is the time to act

Here in Northeast Ohio, we have been blessed with beautiful weather during late May and early June—pleasant temperatures, sunshine and little rain. Our attention is turning to outdoor activities, al fresco dining, and weekend picnics. One thing we aren’t thinking about is our gutters. But that’s about to change. “We’ve had a...

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UH Ahuja Medical Center’s new emergency department is officially open, but that’s not the only patient-centric improvement here

University Hospitals (UH) Ahuja Medical Center is celebrating the grand opening of its Phase 2 expansion with a program and tours for lead project donors on Friday, June 9, from 5 to 7 p.m., and for the community on Saturday, June 10, from 2 to 4 p.m. UH Ahuja Phase 2 will be in full operation for patient services later in June, with the new,...

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Here’s how years of experience and a dedication to ongoing training and equipment upgrades gives Pristine Clean a level of professionalism all its own

If you’ve noticed an increase in the number of power washing companies sticking signs in the ground at busy intersections, you’re right. The industry has a low “barrier to entry,” meaning all you need to get started is a power washer and a vehicle to haul it in. But for a professional power washing company, there is much more to it...

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The City of Green’s eight 5K races (and fun walks) are attracting participants from around the region

The City of Green is making it easy for walkers and runners from all over the region to participate in eight different races held within the city. It’s the Green Great Eight Race Series, a collaboration between eight races that benefit local nonprofits. Last year the series raised more than $150,000 and involved 3,500 runners and...

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Budding Bobcats

Last July, Lake Metroparks Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center welcomed two new residents—bobcat kittens—a boy and a girl who had been orphaned and rescued in southern Ohio. Since then, they have thrived in a special wildlife enclosure—one of just a couple in the state—that’s equipped to mimic natural habitat conditions...

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