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The Neighborhood Experts at Platinum Real Estate shines the spotlight on Erin Paglio

In the realm of real estate, people are always moving up or down, wanting more or less square footage, and a bigger or smaller monthly payment. According to local expert Denise Zervos, who, along with her husband, Mark, owns The Neighborhood Experts at Platinum Real Estate, more homes have come on the market over the past several weeks for an...

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Students from Mentor Schools are carving out futures in the new Classic Automotive Training Center

When local businesses and education collaborate, doors are opened for students, career paths are forged, and mountains can be moved. Case in point is the partnership between Mentor Schools and Classic Auto Group. Housed within an existing building on Tyler Boulevard, the Classic Automotive Training Center, which opened last August, is...

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Here’s how you can avoid “price acceleration” and pay a fair price for power washing

Imagine standing in the checkout line at a grocery store and saying to the clerk, “This hamburger meat is priced at $3.99 a pound. Will you take $2.99?” The reply will likely be a strange look followed by, “I’m sorry, the price is the price.” That’s the way it is with most retail establishments. You expect to pay the marked...

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Copeland Oaks offers active and maintenance-free retirement living for those 55 and over

As the snows begin to melt and the sunshine returns to Northeast Ohio, it’s time to think about returning to an active lifestyle, especially after a year of being stuck inside our homes. One of the best ways to squeeze more joy out of spring, summer—and, indeed, all year long—is to embrace a maintenance-free lifestyle at a 55+...

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Professional power washing: Here’s how to get a clean that’s effective...and safe

After a long, hard winter, the technicians at Pristine Clean are already back on the job power washing siding, concrete and roofs throughout Northeast Ohio. “It’s gone from ice to nice,” says company founder Ken Wilson. “It’s good to be back out there. Over the winter we invested in six new trucks—bringing our fleet to a total...

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