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A Final Thought: Ode to GH

As a writer, I am fascinated by language, particularly English, my native tongue. Compared to Spanish, which is soft and beautiful, English is hard. Think of Spanish’s lovely mesa verde compared to its clunky English counterpart, “green table.” Spanish also adheres neatly to simple rules of pronunciation, while English abhors rules;...

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With an integrative approach involving mind, body and spirit, the team at Advanced MMC first seeks to understand your individual story of pain, then develops a multi-pronged treatment plan customized to your unique journey

Everyone has a story, especially those who have suffered long with chronic pain. Chapters in this story might include trauma, injury, years of overuse, a parade of doctors, steroid injections, surgeries, narcotics, anti-inflammatories, a sedentary lifestyle, depression, anxiety, and the longstanding effects of pain on life, career and...

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EverGreen Turf Solutions knows local lawn care so well because they are playing on home turf

EverGreen Turf Solutions owners Correy and Sarah Petz don’t just serve Northeast Ohio. They live here, too, with their two sons Jackson and Logan. “We have a nice logo, clean trucks, and uniformed technicians, so people sometimes think we’re a national chain or a franchise, but we’re not,” Correy says. “Northeast Ohio is our home...

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Neubert Cabinet Refinishing can update your kitchen from tired to trendy with an exclusive process that creates a factory-smooth finish—for a fraction of the cost of a remodel

If you noticed over the holidays that your kitchen is not everything you want it to be, now is the perfect time to make a change. And the good news is, you don’t have to break the bank or experience the weeks of downtime associated with a full kitchen cabinet replacement. One local company—Neubert Cabinet Refinishing—can give...

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A Final Thought: The Kindness of Strangers

The first weekend in February, I drove to Roswell to attend my aunt’s memorial service—my mother’s sister, the last of that generation. No, not Roswell, New Mexico, where the aliens landed, but Roswell, Georgia, which seemed alien enough compared to Northeast Ohio. One of my cousins asked what the white stuff was all over my car. When I...

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