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It’s time to takeout and speak up for local restaurants

One day last week I walked into one of my favorite Italian restaurants—Vaccaro’s Trattoria—in Bath, Ohio, to pick up a takeout order. The limited staff was practicing social distancing and wearing black masks that matched their black server attire. It was both elegant and surreal. As I stepped aside to keep my distance and wait...

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Break those unhealthy eating habits

The Constipation Movie. Why not make today the day you break those unhealthy habits? As we hunker down at home, waiting for the world to reopen, we are all finding different ways to pass the time. Some of us are spending our days helping our kids with schoolwork, others are catching up on projects that have been waiting in the wings...

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Clean and sanitize your outdoor surfaces

Last week, my wife and I brought our outdoor furniture out of the garage and set it up under our “veranda.” That’s the fancy name we give our back porch. I texted a photo of the furniture to my kids with the caption, “Spring is here!” My son-in-law texted back, “Looks great. Now sanitize it so we can come over.” He was...

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The rush to plan is on

Every business has had to adapt to the current state of affairs, and attorneys are no exception. “We’ve had to modify our in-person appointment model and now we’re doing telephone and videoconferencing appointments,” says Jay Nabors, a Cleveland-based attorney who focuses on estate planning. “I know some people might be confused...

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Free-flowing gutters prevent basement flooding and protect your home’s foundation

So far this spring, there have been at least three major thunderstorms in Northeast Ohio that featured sudden and torrential rains. While some of us waited it out comfortably sequestered in our home offices, other homeowners found themselves dealing with restoration companies and insurance claims resulting from a flooded basement. The...

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