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Keeping your gutters flowing freely

Get ready, darling. The annual cascade of fall leaves is coming and that means clogged gutters. Keeping your gutter system free-flowing is essential to protecting your home’s foundation and maintaining a dry basement, but cleaning them is dirty, dangerous work, which you don’t want to do yourself. The best solution to prevent your...

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Can you save with short-term health coverage?

What happens when you’ve retired or left your job but are too young to go on Medicare? For many people, this is the time when finding an affordable healthcare option comes into play. The good news is there is a way to maintain your health coverage. For many people, short-term insurance can be a perfect solution. Previously only available...

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Here’s why every homeowner should finish the summer season with aeration

One of the most overlooked yet vital aspects of maintaining a beautiful healthy lawn is aeration. “People invest in mowing, fertilizing and watering their lawn, but they often skip this important step,” says Correy Petz, owner of EverGreen Turf Solutions. “Aeration perforates the soil with small holes to allow air, water and nutrients...

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Grab a partner and hit the private training suites at Fitness Together for one affordable price

Like most people who invest in exercise equipment in their basement with the best of intentions, Lisa and Rick Singer of Medina purchased a few machines for home exercise and then let them languish. Last November, with their son’s impending nuptials set for February, Lisa really wanted to look her best. “I thought it would be the...

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The Medina Walk to End Alzheimer’s takes place on Saturday, September 21, 2019

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the country’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s disease care, support and research. More than 600 communities nationwide take part in the event every year, and it’s easy to participate. “Find a walk near you, register and start fundraising,” says Cheryl Kanetsky, executive...

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