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Outdoor fun is back in the City of Mentor

The City of Mentor has just announced its summer lineup of events—and hold onto your socks, it’s a doozie! From rock concerts to beach festivals, family outdoor movie nights, comedy shows and downtown festivals, there are more than 50 fun-filled events on tap. According to Ante Logarusic, community relations administrator for the...

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Harbor Lakefront opens Memorial Day weekend

What are the five most highly anticipated words of all time? If you guessed “The beach is now open,” you hit the proverbial nail on the head. After a miserable summer of limited access due to Covid last year, Lake Metroparks Fairport Harbor Lakefront Park reopens Memorial Day Weekend. And the majestic lakeside haven has earned...

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Protection for your adult child

Keeping our kids safe has never been more important than it is right now. Jay Nabors, a Cleveland-based attorney who focuses on estate planning, says that once your child turns 18, he or she is a legal adult. If they get sick or hurt, doctors and nurses may or may not let you make decisions regarding medical issues or give you information...

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Home sellers across Northeast Ohio are cashing in, and Katy Dix Brahler of Re/Max, says you should be one of them

Local Re/Max Realtor Katy Dix Brahler has six words of advice to homeowners in the midst of this crazy real estate market: Strike while the iron is hot. “In my 20-plus years in the business, I’ve never seen a market like this one,” she says. “A perfect storm has gathered to make right now the ultimate sellers’ market. First of all,...

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Howard Hanna’s Jennifer Herron-Underwood shares the secrets to downsizing the right way

When the kids have grown up and moved out, a homeowner’s concept of what “home” means changes significantly. Many of the things they were looking for when they purchased their house—extra square footage, more bedrooms, a bigger yard—now have become too much to maintain. For the past 21 years, Jennifer Herron-Underwood, of...

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