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Now is the time to stop cleaning your gutters

Early in Lerner and Loewe’s hit musical Camelot, when King Arthur is describing the absolute perfection of his kingdom to Guinevere, the future queen asks, “And I suppose the autumn leaves fall into neat little piles?” And the king answers, “Oh no, my lady. They blow away completely...at night, of course.” Unfortunately, Northeast...

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Home maintenance: Protecting your concrete

If freezing temperatures arrived politely on December 21 and left all at once before St. Patrick’s Day, you probably wouldn’t need to clean and seal your driveway. But that’s not how Jack Frost works. He’s constantly coming and going—freezing and thawing—all winter long, a process that causes our concrete driveways to chip,...

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Local designer Kate Weaver needed a change in her bathroom, so she naturally turned to Guhde Flooring America

Much like the shoemaker’s children who have no shoes, local artist and design guru Kate Weaver found herself in a rut this summer. Though she’s well-known for transforming everyday homes into magazine-cover-worthy interiors with her color consults, majestic murals and custom mirrors, her own master bathroom was stuck in the past decade...

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Let’s make next summer the best summer ever

Summer 2020 has been a bust when it comes to traditional summer activities, such as trips to Cedar Point, visits to Amish Country, local winery tours, and especially vacations to the beach, mountains or exotic locales—all activities that require plenty of standing and walking. However, if you are suffering from a venous condition, such...

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Mentor Schools are focused on staying open and keeping students safe

Mentor is one of those areas that has always lived up to its outstanding reputation for education. You know you’re in the right place when people move to your area specifically so their children can attend the schools. But as students headed back to school on Wednesday, September 2, in the midst of a global pandemic, classrooms and learning...

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