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Clean and cover your gutters now to protect your flowerbeds, basement and foundation from summer and fall rains

One of the most satisfying experiences I can have is sitting on my back porch during a thunderstorm and seeing no water overflowing my gutters. Compare that to just a couple of years ago—before I covered my gutters—when I would see Niagara Falls pour over my gutters to the point that I would break out the extension ladder during the...

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Creating an inviting retreat with Acclaim Renovations & Design

Whereas the “open concept” in home interior design can make kitchens, family rooms and dining rooms seem roomy and inviting, when it comes to the bathroom, a little bit of privacy goes a long way. It’s a challenge to achieve the perfect balance between the two and not “throw the baby out with the bathwater.” This Highland Heights...

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Start vein treatments in the fall

School buses are rumbling down the street, Browns football has begun, and some leaves are already starting to turn. It’s hard to imagine, but the summer we all looked so forward to is almost over. If you didn’t have the summer you dreamed of due to leg pain or swelling, the time to act is now. Starting in the early fall has two major...

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The five fave waterfalls of Lake Metroparks’ Andy Avram

The Hunger Games. Jurassic Park. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. If this was a category on Jeopardy!, the question would be “What are famous movies that feature waterfalls?” Luckily, you don’t have to travel the globe or even pay for a movie ticket to find breathtaking waterfalls, as there are several here in...

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Safety for young drivers

Anyone who has children that drive is all too familiar with this scenario: After not driving the kids’ car for months, you take it to get gas and notice it’s making a funny noise or the “check engine” light is on. You mention this to your child and he or she replies, “That’s been going on for a while.” This month, as families...

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