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Aging parents and POAs

When you have an aging parent, there are many complicated considerations to ensuring their health and well-being. A fall or stroke can change your situation very quickly. While it’s an unpleasant thing to anticipate, making sure you have both a financial and healthcare power of attorney in place ensures you have the authority to make informed...

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Protect your child’s hearing

The sounds of summer are in the air, and some of them are really loud. Dr. Cara Donovan, Au.D., of Sounds of Life Hearing Center, has some advice for keeping your kids’ hearing safe this summer and beyond. “Between loud noises from events like fireworks displays, sporting events, concerts, parades and other fun activities, children’s...

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Customized Outdoor Lighting

Outdoor lighting is an affordable and fun way to add life to your outdoors, shed light on landscaping or home features, ensure safety, and ultimately add curb appeal to your home. For years, we’ve been working with homeowners to design and install sophisticated exterior lighting. The consultation begins with us asking a lot of...

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Tax scammers on the rise

The IRS reports that more than 2.4 million people in the United States each year are targeted by phishing and impersonation scams. And worse yet, that number is growing at an alarming rate. The fraudulent operators communicate with people through bogus phone calls, texts, emails or social media. One of the most prevalent scams, especially...

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Students from Willoughby-Eastlake Schools reflect on 12 years of memories while preparing to say farewell to their alma mater

When our high school seniors move the tassel’s on their caps from the left to the right in a few days, they’ll be looking back on 13 years of memories. More than 550 students from Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools’ North and South High Schools will parade down the aisles at the Connor Palace downtown at Playhouse Square. The full houses...

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