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With a shared goal of helping clients reach the financial summit, Cornerstone Asset Management Services and Kruger Consulting are banding together to provide even more services

It was American business magnate Henry Ford who said, “Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.” Decades later, two local business owners are really taking that to heart. Though George Anastasakis and Pamela Kruger both own their own financial companies, they are working together to...

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Kaye Construction can take your vision create a new kitchen around it

Kitchen trends come and go each season, but Kaye Construction helps homeowners avoid getting caught up in the current design frenzy and instead focus on what they actually love. Do you really want to be the homeowner who still has the pickled oak kitchen cabinets that went out of style as fast as they came in? Or wonder what were you thinking...

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From sweet corn and peaches to cabbage and cauliflower, Miles Farmers Market sources fresh, local produce grown right here in Ohio

The food you buy at most grocery stores travels an average of 1,500 miles to get to your plate. At Miles Farmers Market, however, fresh produce only crosses several country roads to find its way to the store—and to your table. “A lot of our produce is picked in the morning and is on our shelves the same day,” says store manager...

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When one local couple decided to remodel so they could age in place, Impact Landscape & Home Remodeling was the obvious choice for the job

Just like other empty nesters, Mary pondered whether to stay in the house where she and her husband raised their family or perhaps become snowbirds and move down south. Once the couple decided to stay put, they wanted to renovate their Medina residence into their forever home, where they could age in place. And just as fate would have it, Mary...

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Forget going under the knife: Today’s surgeries are minimally invasive, less painful, and result in little downtime

The phrase “going under the knife,” which was first coined in 1880 to refer to having an operation, could not be more outdated. Today’s surgeries are minimally invasive. At University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, a campus of UH Regional Hospitals, many surgeries are done robotically. “We started to offer robotic surgery at UH...

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