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The Starving Chef Recipe: Extra Sloppy Sloppy Joes

I’ll take these sloppy joes, extra sloppy. You can also use sloppy joe filling as a topping on hot dogs or hamburgers, too (if you are feeling wild). Extra Sloppy Sloppy Joes Prep time: 10 minutesCook time: 20 minutesMakes: 4 servings Ingredients 16 oz. ground beef½ C ketchup8 oz. tomato sauce2 T spicy brown...

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The Retreat at Rosemont offers a low-maintenance luxury lifestyle, so you can do more of what you love to do

The newest community in Fairlawn, The Retreat at Rosemont, boasts low-maintenance living where you don’t need a lawnmower. That doesn’t mean, however, that you won’t have outdoor space to enjoy. You’re surrounded by nature’s beauty. Built on what was the former Rosemont Country Club golf course, the homes will be skirted by 64 acres...

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A Final Thought: The Devil Went Down to Georgia

The last week of July, my family and I took the trip I have been looking forward to for several years—going home to Georgia. I had returned only once since my parents died back in 2012-13, when I’d gone alone to visit aging aunts and uncles and to check on some family property we still own. This time, however, we all went—my...

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Mimi’s team of local Digital Marketing Strategists are offering a free, no-obligation analysis of your online presence

When we ask local business owners who is handling their digital marketing—including their crucial Google My Business listing—some know the answer and some don’t. “Someone claimed my listing a long time ago, but I don’t remember who” is a common answer. No worries. At Mimi, we can help you gain access to your Google listing...

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The professionals at Kaye Construction can help you make the most out of your space, inside and out

If you have been waiting for the escalating lumber costs to creep back down before starting a new home remodeling project, now is the time to get back to your plans—full steam ahead. According to Fortune, the historic lumber bubble is over, with prices falling 68 percent from its peak, with eight consecutive weeks of lower prices...

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