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Stewart’s TV and Appliance smokes the competition by offering one of the largest selections of grills in the area

With limits on public socializing this summer, now is the perfect time to make your home your haven. And the knowledgeable and helpful folks at Stewart’s TV and Appliance store can help you do that in style. “Our business has been booming with customers who are redoing kitchens, adding outdoor kitchens, or just realizing with more time...

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Impact Landscape & Home Remodeling can transform your indoor and outdoor spaces with designs that pack an innovative punch

Impact Landscape & Home Remodeling has a unique perspective when designing inside and outside spaces. From designing backyard kitchens that look like they belong indoors—complete with granite countertops, refrigerators and sinks—to remodeling home interiors by taking down walls to create an open-concept design with views of the...

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Since 2004, Stewart’s Caring Place has been a refuge for cancer patients

Just a couple days before passing away, Betsy Marchetta called her friend Bunny Oldham from her hospital bed and left a voicemail urging her to go to Stewart’s Caring Place to get support for her family’s cancer journey that was just starting. A long-time supporter of this nonprofit, Betsy wanted to make sure others were taken care of...

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With a super sale in progress, a new outdoor grilling patio, and record sales this year, Home Appliance Sales and Service is hot

Sports venues are playing to empty seats. The malls are slowly opening. Restaurants are reopening at partial capacity. So where have the crowds been heading? We were surprised to learn Home Appliance Sales and Service has been a hotbed of activity. A Big Sale is On NowAccording to company spokesman Dan Edwards, the company, which has been...

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A Final Thought: Michigan in the Spring

Editor’s Note: This spring lament is dedicated to Mitch’s sister and brother-in-law, who recently retired from Columbus, Georgia, to Traverse City, Michigan. What mad Frenchman first settled along Lake Superior, saying, “This seems like a good spot, mon amour,” looking out onto frozen waves, a grey sky, and the silhouettes of...

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