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With Exactly’s flat-rate fee structure, you can keep thousands of extra dollars when the time comes to sell your home

Every so often, companies come along that change the way we do things. Facebook changed the way we communicate. Uber revolutionized the way we get around. Netflix streamlined how we watch movies. And now, in real estate, Exactly’s mission is to transform the way we sell homes. Everything is different, from flat-rate pricing to proprietary...

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At Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar, acoustic wave therapy is reversing erectile dysfunction

You’ve likely seen the ads on television touting the game-changing benefits of acoustic wave therapy, also called Shockwave. These mini-infomercials promise an improvement in performance after the first visit, with a complete reversal of erectile dysfunction soon after. That, says Dr. Laurel Matthews, of Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar, isn’t...

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Leave the grilling to Miles Farmers Market and sit back and enjoy the delicious results

Whether you consider yourself a grill master or your thrill of the grill consists of finding a perfectly prepared grilled meal, Miles Farmers Market is the place for all things summer. Just in time for Fourth of July parties and backyard barbecues all summer long, Miles is stocked with everything you need from meats to corn on the cob,...

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Meet the Author: Suzanne Ondrus, Death of an Unvirtuous Woman

Local poet Suzanne Ondrus delves into Northwestern Ohio history in her latest collection of poetry, Death of An Unvirtuous Woman. Readers will take a trip back in time to Bowling Green, Ohio in 1881 to explore the astonishing and violent relationship of Carl and Mary Bach, a German immigrant couple at the center of a fatal domestic violence...

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A Final Thought: The Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is my favorite holiday. It’s pure celebration without any kind of moral obligation attached to it. Contrarily, while grilling out on Memorial Day, we should be thinking about all those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. On Labor Day, we should be honoring all of the hardworking men and women who built (and...

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