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The team at Chagrin Home Improvements specializes in repairing, restoring and preserving decks across Northeast Ohio

Joe Jacobs, owner of Chagrin Home Improvements, promises the warm weather is on its way and, if you haven’t already, you will want to get out on your deck. When you get there, it’s nice to have a clean, sealed and repaired space to welcome you and your family and friends. “Decks take a beating in the winter and even spring months in...

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Here’s how the Alesci family continues to evolve with the times

For more than half a century, the Alesci name has been synonymous in Northeast Ohio with authentic Italian food. The family’s roots trace back to the 1940s, and stores spread throughout the region. Jim Alesci’s Place, run by the third and fourth generations of Alescis, is building upon this quality brand and evolving with the...

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Hamlet at Chagrin Falls promises safe and secure independent living, on 47 lush acres close to town

The Hamlet campus is located in the heart of Chagrin Falls. When you think about aging and what your ideal situation would look like, how does a beautiful, maintenance-free home surrounded by nature, friends and an active community life all while maintaining your independence sound? Hamlet at Chagrin Falls offers all of that and much more for...

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With TruSculpt iD, fat is heated and then immediately begins to dissolve with full results evident in about 12 weeks

After more than three years of offering the revolutionary TruSculpt iD at her Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar, the rave reviews for Dr. Laurel and her fat-melting procedure continue to pile up. One patient had this to say: “Dr. Laurel is awesome. The minute I met her I felt like we were friends for years. She is extremely smart and...

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Northeast Ohio is experiencing a bumper crop of spring debris, including oak catkins and maple seeds, destined to clog the area’s uncovered covers

Whether you call them curly Qs or cat tails, the pollen-filled catkins that fall from oak trees are on their way. So are maple seeds, whether you call them spinners, whirly-birds or helicopters. And this year, look for a bumper crop. “The past couple of years have been mild for maple seeds, but not this year,” says Anthony Alberino,...

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