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The expansive, tranquil beauty of Knollwood Cemetery has been the final resting place of choice for the famous, the infamous, and thousands of local families

Over a century ago, the founders of Knollwood Cemetery in Mayfield Heights planned and executed a peaceful haven spread throughout more than 100 rolling acres of green space. “The goal is to continue to create a setting that is esthetically and artistically suited to those original ideals of beauty, a true garden of eternal rest,” says...

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Chagrin Falls Gold & Coins, buys and sells gold and silver jewelry, coins, sterling silver flatware, bullion and more

The value of gold and silver fluctuates, and there may be no better time than right now to cash in. Cara Reider, owner of Chagrin Falls Gold & Coins, buys and sells gold and silver jewelry, coins, sterling silver flatware, bullion and more. “Gold prices are high,” says Cara. “With many people cleaning out and looking for some extra...

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Here’s how Chagrin Home Improvements uses its powers to rescue your outdoor oasis from neglect, a deck’s worst enemy

Your own backyard just may be your vacation destination this particular summer more than any other. Have you been out there yet? Do you like what you see? Joe Jacobs, owner of Chagrin Home Improvements will repair, clean, stain and seal your deck for this summer and beyond, making it the place you’ll be proud to call home for years to come...

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Beachwood Commons Assisted Living has risen to the challenge to keep residents happy, healthy and engaged

As we continue to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, the elderly and those who care for them have a unique perspective on these challenging times—and how together we’ll not only get through them, but also come out stronger on the other side. The elderly population may be at a greater risk for the disease and suffer more serious consequences...

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The team at Miles Farmers Market scours the area for the freshest fruits, meats and other seasonal bounty

Though there may not be citywide fireworks and parades this Fourth of July, you can be sure there will be plenty of backyard barbecues. This year has been one of change, but some things will never change. Most Americans will spend the weekend barbecuing meats on the grill and savoring all-American favorites such as potato salad, baked beans,...

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