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Here are some tips on how to buy appliances, courtesy of Home Appliance Sales & Service

The onset of fall means big money can be saved on major appliances, particularly around Black Friday. So if you are a consumer with an appliance on life support, you will be rewarded with savings if you can coax it along just a little while longer. I was that customer last year, with a built-in double oven that suddenly died immediately...

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Home Appliance Sales and Service sells a broad range of appliances—even high-end names like Thermador, Sub-Zero and Wolf

Home Appliance Sales and Service has long been known as the go-to company for affordable, quality appliances and the first number to dial when you need service. Along the way, America’s love for food and how it is prepared has become a deeply embedded cultural trend. Luxury AppliancesThat on-going food trend has resulted in cooking...

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Eight years of awesome sauce at D'Agnese's Trattoria and Cafe

I’m writing this column with mixed emotions. D’Agnese’s Trattoria and Café, on White Pond Drive, is that special kind of restaurant you want to keep secretly held between yourself and a select few friends and relatives. It’s one of those near-perfect, extremely popular places without the ridiculous lines and wait times. More...

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The Maids insists on premium customer service

These flat, rectangular objects that we have become psychologically tethered to have changed the way we do things in virtually every aspect of our lives. We interact with them an average of 150 times a day. And, more people are doing commerce on their phone without ever speaking to someone working for the business they are contracting...

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‘Tis the season for The Maids, so you can play, explore, enjoy kids and company, without having to clean

Housework can’t kill you, but why take a chance?” ~Phyllis Diller It used to be that some homeowners only employed a maid service during the fall and winter months. That’s when school’s in session, everyone is cooped up inside and there are so many other demands on their time that the thought of working cleaning into the schedule...

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