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Find out how VCS Salon & Spa stays on the cutting edge of beauty trends

A lot has changed in the 40 years since the Mahoney family opened the Village Clip Shoppe in Medina’s old Victorian Village. The original building that housed the salon was demolished to make room for the library parking lot, so the salon moved down the street into a new home. Its name was shortened to VCS Salon & Spa. And the popular Dorothy...

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While other restaurants are cooling down for the season, Station 43 Tavern is still hot, hot, hot

While other restaurants are packing up the patio umbrellas and preparing for a long winter’s nap, the team at Station 43 Tavern has been burning the midnight oil to put the finishing touches on a new fall menu. “Our dining selections are constantly evolving, and our kitchen staff works hard to keep things interesting for our...

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HealthMarkets agent Carl Lishing tells you all you need to know about the Affordable Care Act Coverage for 2019

Athough Barack has departed and Donald taken his place, nothing about Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) for 2019 has changed. People without employer sponsored healthcare are required to have health insurance under the law. But there is an interesting wrinkle that falls outside the governance of the act that may have people who participate in...

Categories: Beth Newcomb
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Here’s what the HealthMarkets team in Northfield says is happening with Medicare, right now

Fear of change, information overload and complacency are just some of the reasons people on Medicare stay put in their plans when the annual enrollment period comes around. “It can be difficult to know what to do,” says Dawn Soroka, a licensed insurance agent with HealthMarkets Insurance Agency. “Many people do nothing and miss out on...

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Let HealthMarkets Agent Roni Bell explain your and explore your ACA options

Although Barack has departed and Donald taken his place, nothing about Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) for 2019 has changed. People without employer sponsored healthcare are required to have health insurance under the law. But there is an interesting wrinkle that falls outside the governance of the act that may have people who participate in...

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