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Here’s how the Medina-based Bath R Us can bring this exciting bathroom remodeling trend to your home—quickly and affordably

There is a major trend right now in home remodeling—converting traditional high-sided bathtubs into modern, low-profile, walk-in showers. The advantages include: more room in the shower to bathe (especially if your tub features a shower curtain); easier and safer access (no stepping over the tub wall); and a gorgeous and modern new look,...

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The Section 179 deduction

These days it takes time for manufacturers to ship new orders, so if you are a contractor in need of equipment, now is the time to order it. Plus, purchase your equipment before the end of the year and take advantage of the IRS’s Section 179 tax deduction, which lets you deduct in the current year the cost of equipment purchased or financed and...

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A new beginning: The courageous story of one local teen who turned tragedy into an opportunity to begin again

It’s said that in the wake of tragedy, life goes on. But it doesn’t really just “go on” does it? With each new sunrise and every spring flower, life begins again. After a horrific 2021 sledding accident in Hinckley left 17-year-old Natalie Wilson paralyzed from the chest down, she could have wallowed in the darkness of all the...

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During the Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment Period, Licensed Insurance Agent Roni Bell, with HealthMarkets Insurance Agency, can help you choose health insurance coverage that fits

Many people understand that coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is available to those who don’t have access to health insurance through an employer. Typically, these folks include members of the self-employed workforce, people who have no health insurance, and people whose employer doesn’t provide health insurance. There have been...

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Amy Hoes, of eXp Realty, weighs in on the state of the Medina County real estate market

The often-quoted Chinese citation, “May you live in interesting times,” could apply to the real estate market in Northeast Ohio. While interest rates have inched up throughout 2023, home buyers have fewer homes to choose from on the market. I caught up with Amy Hoes of eXp Realty for an explanation of what that means in the short and...

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