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Here’s why the team at Peters Professional Landscaping says you’ve still got time to mulch

Are you punctually challenged? Do you wait until the last minute for everything, enjoy running through airports to catch a plane, or showing up “fashionably late” to parties? The good news: When it comes to getting mulch for your yard for this particularly rainy year, it’s actually not too late—and there may even be a few other...

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Vista Springs Ravinia offers a true resort-style experience with catered independent living, assisted living and memory care

One of the best-known senior care communities in the Midwest is opening its 12th location this month on 15 lush, wooded acres in Independence. Vista Springs Ravinia offers a true resort-style experience with catered independent living, assisted living and memory care. “We live up to our philosophy, ‘Full of life,’” says Sheila James,...

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Antiques & Uniques boasts one of the most comprehensive selections of vintage and antique goods in the area

Most of the tens of thousands of folks touring the Lake County YMCA Dream House, which opens Saturday, June 29, will leave with the wonder of how they can incorporate some of that reclaimed modern farmhouse charm into their own homes. The answer awaits just a few stoplights and just under three miles away at Antiques & Uniques in Wickliffe...

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The Berea Depot Bar and Restaurant celebrates 3 years in business with a new summer menu and covered patio

The Berea Depot Bar and Restaurant is excited to be quickly approaching its third year in business. A new covered patio bar and the debut of a sensational summer cocktail menu will have you coming out, kicking back and soaking in the historic atmosphere. Situated about 20 paces from the CSX and Norfolk Southern railroad tracks, this vintage...

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Don’s Pomeroy House offers an innovative menu in an environment packed with historic charm

The same hospitality and charm that Gertrude Pomeroy extended to invite next-door churchgoers to supper in her mid-19th century mansion lives on today at Don’s Pomeroy House. Proudly overlooking Strongsville’s town square, the historical landmark that once served as a station on the Underground Railroad has earned a name for itself with an...

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